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By | May 14, 2014

Faces of Mesothelioma: Ernie Conry’s Story

“If you walk up and down the street and you’re still smiling, you’re not dead. Don’t let the cancer bog you down.” After experiencing symptoms for nearly eight years, Ernie Conry was… Read More

By | December 10, 2013

Asbestos Exposure and Firefighters

We know asbestos exposure was common among occupations like construction workers, carpenters, oil refinery workers and members of the U.S. military. There is one occupation, however, that is also at risk and… Read More

By | June 24, 2011

Can Hot Coffee Documentary Help Wash Away Tort Reform Assumptions?

Everyone knows about the woman who sued McDonald’s because her coffee was too hot, right? Over the years it has become the poster child for so-called “frivolous lawsuits” and the “greedy lawyers”… Read More

By | April 23, 2011

Defective Breathalyzer Tests Cause Hundreds of Wrongful California DUI Convictions

Ventura County, California sheriff deputies have discovered that hundreds of people may have been wrongly convicted of driving under the influence since January 2011 as a result of a type of suspected… Read More

By | July 21, 2010

BBC’s “Dangers in the Dust” asbestos investigation highlights “take home” asbestos exposure

At long last, we’re seeing some meaningful, in-depth media coverage surrounding asbestos exposure and the horrible diseases it causes, like mesothelioma. This is all courtesy of a collaboration between the BBC’s International… Read More

By | July 21, 2010

BBC’s "Dangers in the Dust" asbestos investigation highlights "take home" asbestos exposure

At long last, we’re seeing some meaningful, in-depth media coverage surrounding asbestos exposure and the horrible diseases it causes, like mesothelioma. This is all courtesy of a collaboration between the BBC’s International… Read More

By | February 10, 2010

Methane Gas Exposure from Maryland Heights Landfill Raises Concerns

Over the last 24 hours reports from St. Louis area news outlets have surfaced about a methane gas exposure issue due to a defunct landfill in Maryland Heights, Missouri. The Missouri Pass… Read More

By | November 20, 2009

Remembering Ernie Conry

We lost one hell of a fighter and good man this week. Ernest Conry, a husband, father and friend to many, lost his battle with mesothelioma on September 18, 2009. He passed… Read More

By | April 28, 2009

Asbestos: An Environmental Injustice

Yesterday I spoke at Pennsylvania’s first Environmental Justice Conference.  First, let me say that this was a remarkable event, combining thought leaders from every area of this complex and critically important movement –… Read More