Australian Woman Contracts Mesothelioma After Breathing in Asbestos At Work

Australian Mesothelioma Patient: ‘Why Aren't We Doing More to Prevent This?”

May 6, 2019

Sandie Foreman was working as a makeup artist and hairdresser in Australia when she was diagnosed with mesothelioma in 2016, despite not having ever worked directly with asbestos-containing materials or in an at-risk industry.

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Multi-Million Dollar Settlement Recovered in Maritime Asbestos Case

Multi-Million Dollar Settlement Recovered in Maritime Asbestos Case

May 21, 2018

Cooney & Conway has resolved a multi-million-dollar maritime asbestos case on behalf of a Michigan man who contracted mesothelioma more than 50 years after working on ore boats for two summers in his youth.

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Retired Dock Worker Blames Self for Late Wife’s Asbestos Exposure, Now Fears for Children

Retired Dock Worker Blames Self for Late Wife’s Asbestos Exposure, Now Fears for Children

April 23, 2018

Leonard Faram feels as though he “murdered” his wife, Annette, who died from mesothelioma in 2015 after inhaling asbestos dust he brought home while working for 10 years unloading asbestos fibers at the dock of an asbestos factory in England, in the 1960s.

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Famous deaths resulting from asbestos-causing mesothelioma

7 Famous Deaths Resulting from Mesothelioma

July 14, 2017

Mesothelioma is a deadly disease brought on years after exposure to asbestos.

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Matthew Adair

Interview with Attorney Matthew Adair

March 11, 2016

I had the privilege of sitting down and talking with Matthew J. Adair, an asbestos litigation attorney here at Cooney and Conway to ask him some questions about how he started his career in asbestos litigation.

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mesothelioma celebrity cases

Celebrity Mesothelioma Cases

June 3, 2014

Oftentimes, asbestos exposure can be directly linked to specific job occupations, which many people would not associate with celebrities.

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international mesothelioma rates, image source: shutterstock

Mesothelioma Cases Increase, International Exposure Still Present

October 4, 2013

A perception exists that incidences of mesothelioma and other asbestos related conditions will soon cease to occur. However, new findings indicate that global mesothelioma rates will continue to rise for at least another decade.

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