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Asbestos Lung Cancer Archives

Lung Cancer Victim Blames Multiple Companies for Asbestos Exposure

In a lawsuit against dozens of companies, an Illinois couple wants to see those responsible for the husband's asbestos-caused lung cancer held accountable for their negligence.

3 Asbestos-Related Diseases

Do you work in one of the blue collar trades listed on our website? If so, you could be at risk for developing a fatal asbestos-related disease due to exposure on the job. Throughout the twentieth century, workers have been exposed to hazardous amounts of asbestos while at work.

Asbestos Products: Cigarette Filters

Are you giving up smoking tobacco in 2015? We hope so! Smoking tobacco has been known to be dangerous to human health since the 1950's. Over the years, the laws and regulations on cigarettes and cigarette marketing have increased, but not before substantial damage was done to countless American lungs.

Former Shipyard Worker Files Asbestos Lung Cancer Lawsuit

A former shipyard worker has filed a lawsuit in New Orleans, alleging that his lung cancer diagnosis was caused by his exposure to asbestos. Mr. Otis W. Burmaster was employed by Avondale Industries and worked in a Westwego, Louisiana shipyard from 1965-1971.

What Diseases Can Arise After Asbestos Exposure?

There are a few common diseases that can develop after exposure to asbestos. Since the naturally-occurring mineral is a carcinogen, it is a hazard to human health. In many cases, patients are diagnosed with a respiratory disease or a fatal cancer after they have been exposed at work or at home.