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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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Caylei Vogelzang To Receive ALA Outstanding Mothers Award

April 8, 2019 | By Ali Cassity

On May 1, the American Lung Association will honor three women who are both mothers and leaders in their industries at the first-ever Chicago Outstanding Mother Awards. Vogelzang Law’s own Caylei Vogelzang will be honored at the ceremony for her work with both the law firm and Cancer Wellness. Mary Kay Bonoma, executive vice president […]

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Mirela Stefanescu Receives Above and Beyond Award from Meso Foundation

March 29, 2019 | By Ali Cassity

This year, Vogelzang Law was honored to attend the International Symposium on Malignant Mesothelioma hosted by the Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation. At the symposium this week, Vogelzang Law’s own Mirela Stefanescu received the Above and Beyond Award alongside other movers and shakers in the mesothelioma community. This award honors those who go “above and beyond” […]

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Support for Cancer Caregivers

March 25, 2019 | By Ali Cassity

WHO ARE CAREGIVERS? It can be extremely hard to face a mesothelioma diagnosis alone. Fortunately, many patients facing a cancer diagnosis can lean on their friends and family members. These supporters are able to provide emotional support as well as practical care during the treatment process. Supporters in this role are also known as caregivers, […]

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Vogelzang Law Resolves Two Mesothelioma Cases in March

March 20, 2019 | By Nicholas Vogelzang

Vogelzang Law has resolved two more mesothelioma cases this past month for over $3.5 million. The first case was Ronald Bialas who has been battling mesothelioma for about one year. Mr. Bialas worked as a crane operator for many years at Republic Steel in Chicago. He was exposed to asbestos during the ingot mold process […]

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