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Mesothelioma: Myths and Misconceptions

January 9, 2020 | By marketing

Mesothelioma is a complicated disease with many false misconceptions. These faulty notions range from how people get mesothelioma to who can develop the disease. To provide some clarity, we are going to run through the five biggest misconceptions when it comes to asbestos exposure leading to mesothelioma.  Myth #1: The United States Has Banned Asbestos […]

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2019 Vogelzang Law Events Recap

December 18, 2019 | By marketing

As we look forward to enjoying the holiday season and spending much needed time with friends and family, Team Vogelzang Law wanted to commemorate 2019 with an event recap. It has been quite the busy year! We appeared at over 80 events across the country and expect to attend even more in 2020! This year […]

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Vogelzang Law presents its First Annual Lung Bowl!

December 10, 2019 | By marketing

Join us for an afternoon of fun at the First Annual Lung Bowl Fundraiser, hosted by Vogelzang Law! This event will be a tournament-style fundraiser and in order to participate. The top three teams will earn prizes. But don’t worry, even if your team does not place top three, there will be plenty of amazing […]

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Asbestos Still Prevalent in the U.S.

November 12, 2019 | By marketing

Just a few weeks ago, Walmart, CVS, and Rite Aid took Johnson and Johnson baby powder off their shelves due to the FDA finding sub-trace level of asbestos in it. Also occurring around that time – several Philadelphia schools found asbestos in their facilities and had to close down two schools. The hazardous material was […]

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Vogelzang Law Settles Two Asbestos-Related Cases for Over $2.4 Million

October 11, 2019 | By marketing

The trial team at Vogelzang Law successfully resolved two cases this week. The first one was a mesothelioma case exceeding a total of $1,244,000.00, and the other case was a lung cancer exceeding $1,193,000.00. Attorney Michael Maienza represented the plaintiffs and their families in both cases. Mr. Straub was a boiler mechanic for a handful […]

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