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NY Congressman Pushes for Firefighter Registry to Track Cancer Rates, Dangers from Asbestos and Other Toxins

Posted on September 9, 2017 by

Firefighters have one of the most dangerous jobs. Each day they face extreme heat, flames, dangers from collapsing buildings and undue physical and emotional stress. Unfortunately, they also face danger from exposure to invisible threats, such as carbon monoxide gas… Keep Reading

Libby, Montana Gets Additional EPA Funds for Asbestos Cleanup 

Posted on September 9, 2017 by

In an ongoing effort to clean up the remaining properties identified within the Libby Superfund site, home of the former W.R. Grace vermiculite mine that was found to have an asbestos deposit in the mine, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency… Keep Reading

St. Louis Neighborhood Residents Call On EPA Over Asbestos Concerns From Fire in Abandoned Building

Posted on September 9, 2017 by

After a July 12 fire destroyed the Clemens House, an historic abandoned building in the Carr Square neighborhood in St. Louis, residents concerned about debris in their backyards reached out to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and city officials over… Keep Reading

Asbestos Found in National Chain’s Makeup Targeted to Young Girls

Posted on September 9, 2017 by

In 2015, we reported about the disturbing discovery that some crayons in the United States contained asbestos. Several of the companies with the offending products voluntarily recalled and worked to eliminate the toxin from their products. Now, an investigative reporter… Keep Reading

Safety First for NC Town When it Comes to Asbestos-Tainted Demolition Project

Posted on September 9, 2017 by

Abandoned buildings dot the landscape of many cities and towns across the country, but before officials begin a restoration project they must first assess whether asbestos is present in the structures. One North Carolina town just discovered asbestos in homes… Keep Reading

U.S. Company Recalls ATVs Shipped Overseas Due to Asbestos-Containing Parts

Posted on September 9, 2017 by

Although many Americans believe asbestos is banned in this country, the fact is that it is not. While organizations and foundations fight for a global ban on the toxic mineral, the U.S. is one of the last holdouts. U.S. vehicle… Keep Reading

Ultimate Guide to Paralegal Ethics & Rules

Posted on September 9, 2017 by

Ethics is one of the most important aspects of working in the field of law. As a paralegal, you cannot legally practice law. However, you are still bound by the same ethics that bind attorneys. Here is a guide to… Keep Reading

Key Ways Paralegals Are an Indispensable Asset to Injury Law Firms

Posted on September 9, 2017 by

There are many different career paths within the field of law. One of the most popular areas of law to work in is Personal Injury. However, you do not have to be a lawyer to work in injury law. One… Keep Reading

What Does a Paralegal Do at Trial?

Posted on September 9, 2017 by

Paralegals assist New York city personal injury attorneys in a variety of ways. Some of the most demanding and important tasks are during a trial. While attorneys are the spokespersons in the courtroom, paralegals are the backbone of the trial… Keep Reading

Buffalo Asbestos Abatement Project Results in Guilty Pleas to Clean Air Act Violations

Posted on September 9, 2017 by

The owners of two companies that took part in an asbestos abatement project at the Roosevelt Park Shelter in Buffalo pleaded guilty last month to violations of the Clean Air Act. In a case dating back to 2009, the two… Keep Reading

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