Teachers Face Mesothelioma Risks Due to Asbestos in Schools

Asbestos in Schools May Lead to Teachers Developing Mesothelioma Many buildings built before 1980 contain some form of asbestos, a chemical that was touted as a great way to prevent fires from spreading throughout homes and schools. However, in 1980, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) acknowledged the link between asbestos and mesothelioma, … [Read more...]

Study Shows Talcum Powder Carries Asbestos Cancer Risk

High Risk of Developing Cancer Tied to Asbestos in Talcum Powder A new study suggests that miners and manufacturers do not acknowledge how often talcum powder is contaminated with asbestos during the mining process, which can lead to cancer when using talcum powder-based bath products. Scientists from three different laboratories investigated for … [Read more...]

Myrtle Beach Contractor Gets 6 Years for Asbestos

Myrtle Beach Contractor Will Serve 6 Years in Prison for Asbestos Leak A Little River resident has been convicted for allowing cancer-causing asbestos to leak onto the beach while his company renovated a condominium tower nearby. David Braswell, who owns Cool Cote LLC, will spend 6 months in prison for violating the Clean Air and Water Act. … [Read more...]

Mesothelioma Lawsuit: Dangers of Asbestos Exposure

Mesothelioma Lawsuit Help Contact the Mesothelioma Lawyers at the Strom Law Firm, LLC right now at 803-252-4800 for a free consultation.  We can help with your Mesothelioma Lawsuit. Mesothelioma is a rare, but fatal cancer that is caused by exposure to asbestos. While many individuals come into contact with asbestos through the environment, … [Read more...]

Asbestos FAQ

South Carolina Asbestos Lawyers 1)  What is asbestos? Asbestos can be described as a group of naturally occurring minerals. These minerals were added to a variety of products to strengthen them and to provide heat insulation and fire resistance. The breathing of asbestos fibers can result in serious illnesses, including malignant lung … [Read more...]

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