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2019 ASCO Interview with Dr. Nicholas Vogelzang

June 7, 2019 | By Ali Cassity

Each year, the American Society of Clinical Oncology unites oncologists from all over the country at the organization’s annual meeting. This year, we spoke with leading oncologist Dr. Nicholas Vogelzang and his son, our Lead Counsel Nicholas Vogelzang, about this year’s theme: Caring for every patient; learning from every patient. As a law firm that […]

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Sadie Grunewald Joins Vogelzang Law as Associate Attorney

June 4, 2019 | By Ali Cassity

Vogelzang Law is proud to announce that Sadie Grunewald has joined the firm as an associate. Ms. Grunewald initially joined the Vogelzang Law team as a law clerk in 2017 during her studies at Chicago-Kent College of Law. With such valuable experience at the firm, Ms. Grunewald brings compassion, empathy, and a deep understanding of […]

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Asbestos Safety

May 16, 2019 | By Ali Cassity

Asbestos, a group of naturally occurring minerals, is widely known as a hazardous substance. Because it is so dangerous, asbestos safety is crucial. Thanks to the substance’s natural resistance to heat and corrosion, it has been popular in numerous industries for centuries. The so-called “miracle mineral” rose in popularity in the 1900s. These qualities made […]

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Vogelzang Law Plaintiff Wins Forum Non Conveniens Fight & Stays in Cook County

May 9, 2019 | By Ali Cassity

Chicago, IL (May 8, 2019) — In a major victory for a developing case, Vogelzang Law has won a forum non conveniens dispute in an upcoming case, allowing that case to be tried in Cook County. The firm represents Mr. Bruce Johnson, an Illinois resident and lifelong ceramicist diagnosed with mesothelioma in March 2017. This […]

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Q & A: Asbestos Safety

May 2, 2019 | By Ali Cassity

When it comes to asbestos safety, the material’s nature is important to consider. Asbestos is a friable material, which means that it is easily turned into dust. This increases the likelihood of a person inhaling asbestos fibers or collecting the dust on their shoes or clothing, which can then be tracked into the home. This […]

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