Mesothelioma & Asbestos News


A Connecticut jury recently awarded $15 million for the death of a Milford, Connecticut resident who died from mesothelioma.

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What kind of mesothelioma legal help can you expect from an attorney? Here are the key ways that mesothelioma lawyers assist patients and their families.

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a ban on chrysotile asbestos, the only type of asbestos currently being imported and used in the United States.

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How can someone be diagnosed with mesothelioma if they’ve never worked with asbestos? Learn about secondary asbestos exposure and its associated health risks.

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Mesothelioma diagnosis and treatment can take a toll emotionally on both patients and caregivers. Get helpful ideas about mesothelioma self-care practices.

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Attorney Brian Early of Early, Lucarelli, Sweeney & Meisenkothen will be speaking at the 2023 Perrin Asbestos Litigation Conference.

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What is the survival rate for mesothelioma? Discover the various factors impacting survival rates for mesothelioma patients and what can be done to improve survival.

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What are the health risks of different types of asbestos? Learn about the various forms of asbestos and how it’s used.

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Why have so many asbestos lawsuits been filed against Johnson & Johnson? Learn about the history of asbestos-containing talc and its links to mesothelioma, ovarian cancer and lung cancer.

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When did the United States stop using asbestos? This article discusses the history of asbestos regulation and what is being done to ban asbestos.

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