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Typically, mesothelioma is caused by asbestos exposure. If you have developed mesothelioma, contact an attorney at Wallace and Graham in North Carolina for representation. Call 800-849-5291. http://www.usmesotheliomalaw.com

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Asbestos: Safe removal is as important as as safe handling

People who are familiar with asbestos likely know that they should not handle it without proper protection, from adequate clothing to a strong understanding of asbestos handling laws and procedures. But protecting yourself from asbestos isn't just about how you should or should not handle it directly. You also need to know how to get rid of materials contaminated with asbestos.

Skin rashes could be a sign of asbestos exposure

Readers of this blog are likely aware of the fact that people with asbestos-related illnesses often experience few or no symptoms of their condition until the disease has already done considerable damage. Additionally, the symptoms that do arise can easily be mistaken for signs of other illnesses and patients are misdiagnosed.

Non-worker dies as a result of asbestos exposure after fire

Many asbestos-related illnesses are suffered by people who spent years working in environments where they were exposed to the fibers on a regular basis. They worked on railroads, in mines or performing construction or demolition on buildings made with materials containing asbestos.

Who to talk to when you need to find out where you were exposed

Illnesses caused by exposure to asbestos can be devastating for victims and their families. Many asbestos-related illnesses are aggressive, growing rapidly and quickly diminishing a person's physical condition. While it can certainly be a lot to take in if you or a loved one has been exposed to asbestos, you too need to act quickly when it comes to understanding your rights to pursue legal action.

Even after abatement efforts, asbestos can still remain

Every property owner should be aware that asbestos in building materials has the potential to do serious damage to a person's health if it is disturbed and released into the air. Once asbestos is airborne, the fibers can remain there for days making it very easy for people to unknowingly breathe them in or carry them offsite on their clothing.

Places where the risk of asbestos exposure may be serious

On a day-to-day basis, the risk of coming into contact with asbestos may not even register on a person's radar. Realistically speaking, many people will never have to worry about asbestos or the devastating consequences of toxic exposure. However, there are plenty of people who do worry about asbestos because of where they live or work. 

Dealing with asbestos before a storm can be crucial

We are officially in the time of year when North Carolina residents must be prepared for serious weather conditions; particularly residents who live close to the coast. Between now and the end of the year, the risk of hurricanes and other severe storms is a very real concern and it is essential that people are prepared.

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