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Even If Your Asbestos Exposure Was Decades Ago, It Is Not Too Late to File a Claim

Symptoms of and diseases caused by asbestos exposure may not arise until decades later. In 2012, a Pennsylvania couple filed an asbestos mass tort claim for injuries sustained as a result of the husband’s asbestos exposure that began in the 1950s. Some important aspects of this case include the following: The plaintiff worked as a Read More

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Secondhand Exposure to Asbestos is a Real Risk

Family members (wives, children) inhaling asbestos dust off of the clothing of their loved ones was a very common occurrence during the late 1940s through the 1970s. This was especially true for those who laundered the work clothes of those who actually used and/or worked around the asbestos-containing products. Our firm recently represented a woman Read More

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Congress Seeks to Delay Compensation for Asbestos Victims

Millions of U.S. workers have been injured or killed due to asbestos exposure, whose risks were often concealed by companies more concerned with profit than the welfare of human beings. Lawmakers in the House of Representatives recently introduced the Furthering Asbestos Claim Transparency Act (FACT) of 2013, an innocuously named bill that would make it Read More

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How Can an Attorney Help With Insurance Claim Denials?

As most Philadelphia insurance attorneys are aware, the Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”) includes provisions designed to help patients get a more fair and improved system of reviews of denied insurance claims. How is this news? In general, people are denied claims in both insurance and employment disability programs on a routine basis. These denials come Read More

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Top Five Myths about Mesothelioma

Mesothelioma isn’t as common or well-known as other cancers. Because of that, research suffers from lack of funding and public understanding of the disease is sketchy. There are many myths about the disease that should be laid to rest. Mesothelioma will disappear as asbestos use dwindles. A study by the National Institutes of Health shows Read More

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