International Symposium on Malignant Mesothelioma

March 8, 2018 By Vogelzang Law Webmaster

The Meso Foundation’s International Symposium on Malignant Mesothelioma is the Foundation’s annual conference geared to attendees from all walks of life, including patients and their families, advocates, medical professionals, and those who have lost loved ones to mesothelioma. The Symposium provides a setting for everyone in the mesothelioma community to come together and take part…

Vogelzang Law Announces New Office Space

February 27, 2018 By Vogelzang Law Webmaster

Chicago, IL – Vogelzang Law, a Chicago-based personal injury law firm dedicated to representing victims of mesothelioma throughout the United States, announced their new office space located at 401 N. Michigan Ave, Suite 350, Chicago, IL. The new larger and improved office space has excellent views, professional meeting rooms, a comfortable “think tank,” a memorial…

Dr. Nicholas Vogelzang Won’t Stop Fighting Cancer

January 13, 2017 By Vogelzang Law Webmaster

A recent article by the Las Vegas Review-Journal detailed the close relationship Dr. Vogelzang shares with his patients at the Comprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada in Las Vegas. “Someone told me Dr. Vogelzang is retiring. He can’t. Someone in our family will die if he does. Is it true? Is he retiring?” a woman had…

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Lists Asbestos as One of the 10 High-Risk Chemicals

December 19, 2016 By Vogelzang Law Webmaster

On December 1, 2016 the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) listed asbestos as one of the 10 high-risk chemicals evaluated and regulated under the Lautenberg Act.  What this means is that the EPA must release a scoping document within six months which includes the hazards, exposures, conditions of use and vulnerable populations the agency plans to…

The Top Job Killer in Canada Is Asbestos Exposure

December 19, 2016 By Vogelzang Law Webmaster

The top job killer in Canada is asbestos exposure.  This comes from the Association of Workers’ Compensation Boards of Canada.  Asbestos was the cause of death for 367 people in 2015.  Since 1996, there have been 5,614 recorded work-related deaths from asbestos in Canada.  This does not include people who were diagnosed with mesothelioma that…

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