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Philadelphia Mesothelioma Lawyers: Rise in Number of Mesothelioma Deaths - According to a recent report by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), over the past 20 years, the overall number of deaths due to mesothelioma has risen. Mesothelioma is a rare and life-threatening disease associated with asbestos exposure. Those with the highest risk of exposure include those working in construction, shipyards, or

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Brookman, Rosenberg, Brown & Sandler Attorneys Selected to Super Lawyers 2017 - For more than 30 years, the attorneys at Brookman, Rosenberg, Brown & Sandler have represented those who suffer the devastating effects of asbestos-related diseases. They take pride in treating these victims as members of their own family, passionately upholding their rights and fighting for the best compensation possible. The patented process for selecting Super Lawyers

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Philadelphia Mesothelioma Lawyers Discuss Mesothelioma’s Impact - Mesothelioma is a relatively rare disease, and fortunately exposure to asbestos has become less common over the past few decades; but those who are affected by it face a variety of long-term health issues. Mesothelioma is a form of cancer that is caused by asbestos exposure via inhalation or swallowing. Once the asbestos fibers have

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Philadelphia Asbestos Lawyer: Take-Home Exposure Cases are a Serious Matter - Asbestos exposure is a well-known cause of three life-threatening health issues: mesothelioma, asbestosis, and asbestos-related cancer. Also well-established is the concept that workers take home asbestos fibers trapped in their clothing. This causes the same health issues in family members who never come into direct contact with the deadly substance. The most common problem centers

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Philadelphia Asbestos Lawyers Report on Study of Asbestos in the U.S. - Asbestos-related illness has been a problem for decades in the United States, though with strong restrictions on use of the substance, many expected the related illnesses to disappear over time. According to CNN, researchers at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) expressed surprise at a recent study that shows young people continue

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Philadelphia Mesothelioma Lawyers: In-Home Asbestos Can be Deadly - Asbestos has long been used in construction of homes because of its insulating and flame-retardant capabilities. Throughout much of the industrial period, asbestos served in the production of hundreds of products including brake linings for cars, insulation for homes, fire-retardant spray coatings, gaskets, and more. By the early 1970s, medical researchers determined that the material

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Philadelphia Asbestos Lawyers: Early Detection of Pleural Mesothelioma - Mesothelioma is a rare, fatal cancer caused by acute or prolonged exposure to asbestos. Asbestos fibers lodge in the pleura, or lining of the lung and cause inflammation, then the growth of mesothelial cancer cells. Treatments fail largely due to the lack of early detection. An international team of researchers at the University of Hawaii

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Philadelphia Defective Medical Device Lawyers: Risk of Cobalt Toxicity from Hip Replacements - Hip replacements are a very common procedure that has undergone some recent advancements in durability of design. The hip is a ball-and-socket joint and for a long time, the standard for a hip replacement was a metal ball in a plastic socket. However, metal sockets have become common as they help make the artificial hip

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Philadelphia Mesothelioma Lawyers: Threat of Asbestos in Power Plants - Power plants generate enormous levels of heat. Heat transfer is one of the key components in the generation of electricity in nuclear, coal-fired, and hydroelectric power plants. Asbestos is one of the best materials for insulating, which is why most power plants continue its use. However, many fail to properly warn employees and contractors about

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Philadelphia Mesothelioma Lawyers: Older Patients Face Challenges with Mesothelioma Treatment - Approximately two-thirds of Americans living with lung cancer are age 65 or older. In fact, the average age of diagnosis for this condition is 70. Mesothelioma, another form of cancer that frequently affects the respiratory system, is also primarily diagnosed in older individuals. Approximately three-quarters of mesothelioma patients are age 65 or older. The reason
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