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Trump Administration Refused an Asbestos Ban

Posted by Rick Nemeroff on October 8, 2018

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Category: Asbestos
The rate of mesothelioma cases has declined significantly since the 1990s. Currently, there are roughly 3,000 new diagnoses of mesothelioma in the U.S. each year. The sharp decline of cases is due to the restrictions on asbestos use and protections for workers. Despite the great strides made in worker safety due to these laws and regulations, however, the Trump Administration’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have refused an asbestos ban. Why the EPA Refused an Asbestos
A photo of an old factory representing the asbestos-filled workplace of the plaintiffs in Tooey v. AK Steel and how the lawyers at Nemeroff Law Firm helped these mesothelioma victims and are ready to put that experience to work for you.

Tooey v. AK Steel: What Does it Mean?

Posted by Rick Nemeroff on October 1, 2018

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Do you worry that your asbestos exposure was too long ago to bring a lawsuit in the Keystone State? If so, you need to talk with the mesothelioma attorneys who played a major role in changing Pennsylvania law. In November 2013, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court handed down Tooey v. AK Steel. This decision found that two workers and their executors were not barred by the Workers’ Compensation Act (WCA) from filing legal claims against their
Nemeroff Law Firm uses this photo of children in a classroom to represent the contrast between what we think our children are getting at school, a safe education, versus what they could be getting, asbestos exposure in Pennsylvania elementary schools.
Most American citizens think asbestos exposure is a thing of the past, but it is all too current a concern. Buildings from asbestos’ heyday age containing asbestos fibers that have long remained “safely” tucked away, are now leading to concerns about asbestos exposure in Pennsylvania elementary schools and in other schools all over the country. Asbestos Exposure in Pennsylvania Elementary: Facts In 2018, Olney Elementary School learned there were asbestos fibers on a frequently used
An image of a set of human lungs, representing the question, “Is mesothelioma always fatal?” and how the Nemeroff Law Firm can help.

Is Mesothelioma Always Fatal? What You Need to Know

Posted by Rick Nemeroff on September 17, 2018

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Category: Mesothelioma
Mesothelioma is a somewhat rare, but serious cancer that causes chest pain, shortness of breath, fatigue, unintended weight loss, and fever, among other symptoms. The answer to the question “Is mesothelioma always fatal?” depends on many factors, such as age, overall health, and the stage of the cancer. As treatment options have advanced, some studies have indicated that survival rates might be improving. Mesothelioma prognosis and surgical options are better in the early stages of
Image of a child and a male adult in serious conversation, representing how to represent the feelings one may have when wondering “is mesothelioma hereditary” and how Nemeroff Law Firm is ready to fight for those who develop mesothelioma or other asbestos-related diseases due to the negligence of others.

Is Mesothelioma Hereditary and/or Is Mesothelioma Contagious?

Posted by Rick Nemeroff on September 10, 2018

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Category: Mesothelioma
You may be asking yourself questions such as “is mesothelioma hereditary” and “is it contagious.” It’s good to ask questions, to grasp how people develop mesothelioma so you can know if you or a loved one is at risk. The chances of surviving mesothelioma depend heavily on an early diagnosis, so understanding the risks and taking preventative measures are the two best actions you can take to protect yourself and/or a loved one from the

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Photo of family in danger because the Trump administration refused an asbestos ban, likely leading to more unnecessary diseases like mesothelioma and asbestosis.

Trump Administration Refused an Asbestos Ban

Posted by Rick Nemeroff on October 8, 2018

Comments Off on Trump Administration Refused an Asbestos Ban
Category: Asbestos
The rate of mesothelioma cases has declined significantly since the 1990s. Currently, there are roughly 3,000 new diagnoses of mesothelioma in the U.S. each year. The sharp decline of cases is due to the restrictions on asbestos use and protections for workers. Despite the great strides made in worker safety due to these laws and regulations, however, the Trump Administration’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have refused an asbestos ban. Why the EPA Refused an Asbestos
A photo of an old factory representing the asbestos-filled workplace of the plaintiffs in Tooey v. AK Steel and how the lawyers at Nemeroff Law Firm helped these mesothelioma victims and are ready to put that experience to work for you.

Tooey v. AK Steel: What Does it Mean?

Posted by Rick Nemeroff on October 1, 2018

Comments Off on Tooey v. AK Steel: What Does it Mean?
Do you worry that your asbestos exposure was too long ago to bring a lawsuit in the Keystone State? If so, you need to talk with the mesothelioma attorneys who played a major role in changing Pennsylvania law. In November 2013, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court handed down Tooey v. AK Steel. This decision found that two workers and their executors were not barred by the Workers’ Compensation Act (WCA) from filing legal claims against their
Nemeroff Law Firm uses this photo of children in a classroom to represent the contrast between what we think our children are getting at school, a safe education, versus what they could be getting, asbestos exposure in Pennsylvania elementary schools.
Most American citizens think asbestos exposure is a thing of the past, but it is all too current a concern. Buildings from asbestos’ heyday age containing asbestos fibers that have long remained “safely” tucked away, are now leading to concerns about asbestos exposure in Pennsylvania elementary schools and in other schools all over the country. Asbestos Exposure in Pennsylvania Elementary: Facts In 2018, Olney Elementary School learned there were asbestos fibers on a frequently used
An image of a set of human lungs, representing the question, “Is mesothelioma always fatal?” and how the Nemeroff Law Firm can help.

Is Mesothelioma Always Fatal? What You Need to Know

Posted by Rick Nemeroff on September 17, 2018

Comments Off on Is Mesothelioma Always Fatal? What You Need to Know
Category: Mesothelioma
Mesothelioma is a somewhat rare, but serious cancer that causes chest pain, shortness of breath, fatigue, unintended weight loss, and fever, among other symptoms. The answer to the question “Is mesothelioma always fatal?” depends on many factors, such as age, overall health, and the stage of the cancer. As treatment options have advanced, some studies have indicated that survival rates might be improving. Mesothelioma prognosis and surgical options are better in the early stages of
Image of a child and a male adult in serious conversation, representing how to represent the feelings one may have when wondering “is mesothelioma hereditary” and how Nemeroff Law Firm is ready to fight for those who develop mesothelioma or other asbestos-related diseases due to the negligence of others.

Is Mesothelioma Hereditary and/or Is Mesothelioma Contagious?

Posted by Rick Nemeroff on September 10, 2018

Comments Off on Is Mesothelioma Hereditary and/or Is Mesothelioma Contagious?
Category: Mesothelioma
You may be asking yourself questions such as “is mesothelioma hereditary” and “is it contagious.” It’s good to ask questions, to grasp how people develop mesothelioma so you can know if you or a loved one is at risk. The chances of surviving mesothelioma depend heavily on an early diagnosis, so understanding the risks and taking preventative measures are the two best actions you can take to protect yourself and/or a loved one from the