By | May 3, 2022

10 Top Occupations at Risk of Asbestos Exposure in 2022

Asbestos is a known health hazard and is highly regulated by both the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Damaged or worn-down asbestos-containing products… Read More

By | February 18, 2022

10 Questions to Ask Your Mesothelioma Lawyer

If you were recently diagnosed with mesothelioma, you may feel overwhelmed by the number of difficult decisions your diagnosis now requires you to make. You may be confronting questions such as: Which… Read More

By | February 10, 2022

Why I Filed a Mesothelioma Lawsuit

  People who develop mesothelioma are often shocked and hurt to learn their disease was caused by exposure to asbestos and that their exposure could have — and should have — been… Read More

By | December 7, 2021

Remembering U.S. Navy Veteran and Mesothelioma Warrior Frank Curre on National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day

Dec. 7, 1941: “A day that will live in infamy,” remarked President Franklin D. Roosevelt the day after Pearl Harbor was attacked by some 350 Japanese fighter planes, driving the United States… Read More

By | November 10, 2021

How Filing a Mesothelioma Claim Helped U.S. Navy Veteran Walter Twidwell

When U.S. veteran Walter Twidwell started experiencing shortness of breath and frequent bouts of pneumonia, he knew something was amiss. Walter’s doctor sent him to get a chest X-ray. Shortly thereafter, imaging… Read More

By | August 18, 2021

Honoring Brave Mesothelioma Warriors at This Year’s Miles for Meso

One great way to show support for a loved one who has been diagnosed with mesothelioma is by registering for the Alton Miles for Meso 5K, which will be held virtually for… Read More

By | June 4, 2021

Today We Remember D-Day and 2,500 Brave American Souls

When the Allied Forces stormed the beaches of Normandy in northern France, it marked a pivotal turning point in World War II — overwhelmed by the invasion, Nazi forces retreated back to… Read More

By | May 6, 2021

It’s National Nurses Week: Meet Amy Fair, Who Helps Families Impacted by Mesothelioma

If the years 2020 and 2021 have taught us anything, it’s that nurses are invaluable and the true unsung heroes of the American workforce. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, nurses have demonstrated incredible… Read More

By | January 21, 2021

CDC: ‘More Important Than Ever’ to Get a Flu Shot This Year – Especially Those in High-Risk Groups

With rare exceptions, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that every person 6-months-old or older get a flu shot each year between October and March. Getting a flu… Read More

By | December 22, 2020

How a Socially Distanced Holiday for Mesothelioma Patients Can Still Bring Everyone Together

With the holiday season now well underway, many families are asking themselves a similar question: How do we celebrate this important family holiday with the current safety recommendations related to COVID-19? The… Read More

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