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Sen. Joe Biden's connections to asbestos plaintiffs' lawyers has gotten a fair bit of attention. Go here to find links to a pretty good sampling of the coverage. --BC
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Biden Didnt Disclose Sons Asbestos Work But Dont Blame Him For Bork
Joe Biden, front, with his son, Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden, at the Democratic National Convention, Aug. 25, 2008. (AP/Paul Sancya) We’ve mentioned Joe Biden’s tie to Mississippi’s legal community, in particular its famed plaintiffs lawyer Dickie Scruggs...
Asbestos: One Man’s Story
Stainforth, UK: He may live half a world away, but Dennis Beddoes is a classic example of not only the health hazards of asbestos, but also of the typical delay governing the onset of asbestos-related diseases such as cancer, asbestosis and asbestos mesothelioma.
Asbestos: Cause of Death, Doing the Laundry…
Everett, WA: Larry Rochon is a man who knows all too well the dangers of asbestos, after working with floating asbestos fibers as constant companion at the Scott Paper Company. He also knows the dangers of that same asbestos exposure when transferred to his family.
Asbestos Mesothelioma: A Death Sentence Has Its Price
Pittsburgh, PA: The family of a pipe fitter who has since died from an asbestos-related disease is launching a second lawsuit against a collection of 35 companies. The lawsuit was filed in May, and states that the defendants should have warned workers and consumers about the dangers of asbestos, and asbestos mesothelioma.
Asbestos Mesothelioma: Five Members of One Family Dead
Washington, DC: The dangers of asbestos are once again front and center, after recent reports of five members of one family losing their lives to asbestos poisoning from the use of asbestos-laced Zonolite insulation in the family home.
Asbestos Mesothelioma: A Lawsuit is His Legacy
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Irving, TX: You wonder when all this will come to an end. Maybe it never will. The fact remains, however that asbestos exposure keeps claiming lives, and major corporations continue to put their employees in harm's way of asbestos cancer.