For many years in the 1970’s Walter Miller had worked at automobile service shops grinding automotive brakes that contained asbestos. In late 2013, Mr. Miller, then 61 years old, began getting tired and out of breath from simple tasks. He went to his physician and had to have 2 ½ liters of fluid drained from

Just two months ago, here, we reviewed recent appellate court decisions dealing with pain and suffering damages in mesothelioma cases. The same appellate court has issued  decisions in three more cases involving similar issues and damages. In all of the cases, hard-working men suffered horribly difficult final years before succumbing to a premature

Between 1966 and 1972, Ralph North  was exposed to asbestos at the Long Island Lighting Company (“LILCO”) power station in Northport where he worked as a welder during construction of a power station.

The LILCO power plant

Asbestos is a mineral whose fibers are invisible and, when cut, they float around in the air and can without notice be