As the second-most populous county in Washington, Pierce County home to a number of thriving and innovative industries. Unfortunately, these innovations have often come at
Veterans and Mesothelioma/Asbestos
Asbestos use was widespread throughout the United States Armed Forces for much of the 20th century because of its fireproofing properties and strength. This was
The mineral fiber of asbestos was popular in the armed forces in the 20th century because of its resistance to fire and chemicals. That is
For residents of Washington and Oregon who worked in industries where asbestos was common, it is natural to be fearful of illnesses that stem from
As readers of this blog know, asbestos is a cancer-causing material that has been used throughout many buildings and products for the past hundred years
When you choose to wear the uniform, you also choose to accept a level of risk to your life. You know you may be placed
There are many navy veterans living in the Pacific Northwest. They provided a great service to their country and their sacrifices were appreciated by generations
U.S. armed forces members file nearly one out of every three mesothelioma lawsuits, and no military members were more exposed to asbestos than Navy veterans.
If there is one thing that we can all agree on here in the U.S., it is that our veterans should be honored and protected.
The wide-ranging use of asbestos among the U.S. military branches has taken a toll on the country’s veterans. This fire-resistant mineral could be found in