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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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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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Chicago Tuesday Asbestos Call: Vogelzang Law Schedules Trials

January 24, 2019 | By Nathaniel Wallace

Chicago, IL (January 22, 2019) – 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. At the second bi-weekly Asbestos call of 2019, the Vogelzang […]

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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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