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Image of the USS Antietam, representing the ship’s commendable service but also the present-day concerns that service or work on the USS Antietam and asbestos exposure go hand in hand. Consult with national asbestos lawyers like those at Nemeroff Law Firm, who work to protect the legal rights of those impacted by asbestos.
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The History of the USS Antietam and Asbestos Exposure

The USS Antietam (CV-36) served the U.S. Navy over twenty years, starting at the end of World War II and continuing through the Korean War. But those who served or worked on the Antietam continue to face dangers today from asbestos exposure on the aircraft carrier, making service
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Mesothelioma Attorneys

How to Find the Best Mesothelioma Attorney in New Orleans

If you or a loved one suffer from mesothelioma, you want the best mesothelioma attorney in New Orleans you can find. How do you find the right match? This article describes the most important characteristics most people look for in an experienced mesothelioma lawyer. Characteristics of the Best
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Image of the USS Franklin burning and listing, representing the service members and shipyard workers who worked on or around the USS Franklin and asbestos exposure they may have suffered and how the attorneys at Nemeroff Law Firm can help determine the their legal rights.
Asbestos Exposure

The USS Franklin and Asbestos: Safety and Threat

The U.S. Navy stockpiled asbestos for shipbuilding and repair during World War II. Asbestos was prized for its resistance to heat, fire, water, and corrosion. When the U.S. entered the war in 1941 there were seven active fleet carriers. The U.S. Navy had 25 active carriers by the
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Image of the USS Amberjack (SS-219), representing vessels of the 20th century that contained components with asbestos and USS Amberjack personnel or workers who were likely exposed to the toxic substances and need assistance from the national asbestos lawyers at the Nemeroff Law Firm.
Asbestos Exposure

Exposure to Asbestos and USS Amberjack Service

Work on or around naval vessels in the 20th century included exposure to asbestos, and USS Amberjack service personnel and workers are no exception. The submarine had a short but proud history, but survivors who worked on the vessel—and their families—are at risk of developing asbestos-related diseases due
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An image of the USS Benham (DD-397, representing ships that have served the Unites States with components made of asbestos and USS Benham, a destroyer that served in World War II, and how the mesothelioma attorneys at the Nemeroff Law Firm can help protect the rights of anyone afflicted with an asbestos-related condition due to exposure from the Benham.
Asbestos Exposure

Asbestos and USS Benham: Heroism and Hardship

Those who worked or served on U.S. Navy ships in the 20th century were likely exposed to asbestos, and USS Benham servicemen are no different. The USS Benham (DD-397) served the U.S. Navy honorably during World War II. The ship earned five battle stars before meeting a tragic,
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