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Nathaniel Wallace Joins Vogelzang Law as Associate Attorney

January 11, 2019 | By Ali Cassity

Vogelzang Law is proud to announce that Nathaniel Wallace has joined the firm as an associate, effective January 7. Mr. Wallace brings energy and drive to the team as the firm expands in the new year. Mr. Wallace is no stranger to the important work that the Vogelzang Law team pursues. In his previous experience […]

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Chicago Tuesday Asbestos Call Recap: Major Developments for VL

January 10, 2019 | By Nicholas Vogelzang

Chicago, IL (January 8, 2018) — The Daley Center hosts an Asbestos Call every other Tuesday, which serves as the time and place to track the progress of a lawsuit in preparation for the trial date. The Vogelzang Law blog provides bi-weekly Asbestos Call updates. The year kicked off with a lively and crowded asbestos […]

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Secondary Asbestos Exposure Causes Danger at Home

January 4, 2019 | By Ali Cassity

Asbestos has long been recognized as a dangerous carcinogen and the number one cause of mesothelioma. Decades of extensive use led to illness and death for many who worked directly with the substance during its peak usage from 1960 to 1980. Throughout the height of use, this largely meant that those working in industrial and […]

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Chicago Tuesday Asbestos Call Recap: VL Plans for 2019

December 12, 2018 | By Nicholas Vogelzang

Chicago, IL (December 11, 2018) — The Daley Center hosts an Asbestos Call every other Tuesday, which serves as the time and place to track the progress of a lawsuit in preparation for the trial date. The Vogelzang Law blog provides bi-weekly Asbestos Call updates. The asbestos motion call on Tuesday, December 11, 2018 was […]

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The Link Between Asbestos and Lung Cancer

December 3, 2018 | By Ali Cassity

LUNG CANCER AND ASBESTOS Asbestos is most commonly linked to mesothelioma, an aggressive disease.  However, the mineral is also linked to a variety of other lung diseases. Exposure to asbestos can cause asbestosis, pleural scarring, and an increased risk of lung cancer. Smoking remains the number one cause of lung cancer in American adults, but […]

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