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Now Reviewing Mesothelioma Cases

April 16, 2008 - Mesothelioma (asbestos cancer) is a highly aggressive, rare form of cancer. Beasley Allen knows mesothelioma harms many families each year, and we understand that your mesothelioma... Read More


Jury Awards $226,000 in Mesothelioma Civil Suit

March 15, 2008 - An Indiana County jury this week awarded $226,000 to the family of a man who had been exposed to asbestos while he worked at the Fisher Scientific plant along Indian Springs Road in... Read More


Mesothelioma victim wins $20 million verdict

March 12, 2008 - SAN FRANCISCO-A Dallas, Texas-based law firm today announced a $20 million civil verdict in an asbestos lawsuit on behalf of Joan Mahoney, 69-year-old victim of mesothelioma, a painful and... Read More


Victory for victims of secondary asbestos exposure

March 10, 2008 - Following a ruling by a Washington State Court of Appeals, victims of secondary asbestos exposure have enjoyed a hard earned victory - The ruling will make it easier for those exposed to... Read More


Asbestos: Woman sues after developing mesothelioma

March 4, 2008 - Frances Barras of Nederland, Texas, along with her husband and five children, has sued DuPont and several asbestos manufacturers because she has developed mesothelioma from washing and... Read More


Family Awarded $2.25 Million For Asbestos Exposure In Workplace

March 3, 2008 - A New York City jury awarded $2.25 million in the case of 73 year old Leonard Shafer who had exposure to asbestos in his workplace as a civilian employee at the New York Naval Shipyard... Read More


Jury Awards $30 million in Mesothelioma case

February 28, 2008 - A six-member jury in Superior Court in Bergen County, New Jersey, ruled on Feb. 26 to award the family of Mark Buttitta a settlement of $30.3 million. The judgment is one of the largest... Read More


Construction Worker Died of Asbestos Related Cancer

January 31, 2008 - A former construction worker from Droitwich died from an asbestos-related cancer, an inquest was told. Read More


Minnesota’s Health Report on Sick Miners

December 7, 2007 - The 58 taconite miners who got a rare lung cancer worked in mines across Minnesota's Iron Range - at least one for as little as a month but others for decades. Read More


Major Asbestos Bill Passes in U.S. Senate

November 30, 2007 - Studies estimate that during the next decade, 100,000 victims in the United States will die of an asbestos related disease - equaling 30 deaths per day. Read More


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