Lawyers in our firm are investigating cases where a person was exposed to talc or other harmful agents or chemicals in the workplace. Read more
Most occupational lung diseases are caused by repeated, long-term exposure, but sometimes a severe, single exposure to a hazardous agent can cause serious damage the lungs. Read more
Beasley Allen lawyers Kendall Dunson and Evan Allen represented the Bells and tried the case. Read more
The federal government named benzene a hazardous air pollutant based on evidence suggesting that exposure to it was linked to cancers. Read more
Inspectors at Tyson's Center, Texas, plant identified two repeated violations and 15 serious violations. Read more
The report also faults GD Copper for not providing proper training on the machines used in the plant. Read more
The proposed compliance order incorporates remedial actions that correspond to each alleged violation to ensure compliance with pipeline safety regulations. Read more
A jury has awarded $24 million in punitive damages to each of the families of the two workers killed when a crane tower collapsed in New York City in 2008. Read more
Severe lung disease in the workplace relates to a number of dreadful and debilitating lung diseases that arise due to chemical, vapor, dust, metal, mold or other hazardous substance exposure... Read more
OSHA has found that an Alabama auto supplier has been willfully exposing its employees to dangers that could lead to amputation. Read more
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