Asbestos Exposure Linked To All States
Editor: Brandon West
Profession: Brayton Purcell LLP
December 10, 2006
By Brandon Smith
Category: Asbestos News
Unfortunately for those affected by prolonged exposure to asbestos, the efects can be deadly. Prolonged exposure can lead to the development of mesothelioma, lung cancer, asbestosis, and/or other debilitating conditions. Based on current information and evidence, asbestos has been shown to affect those who reside in the following states: Alabama (AL); Alaska (AK); Arizona (AZ); Arkansas (AR); California (CA); Colorado (CO); Connecticut (CT); Delaware (DE); Florida (FL); Georgia (GA); Hawaii (HI); Idaho (ID); Illinois (IL); Indiana (IN); Iowa (IA); Kansas (KS); Kentucky (KY); Louisiana (LA); Maine (ME); Maryland (MD); Massachusetts (MA); Michigan (MI); Minnesota (MN); Mississippi (MS); Missouri (MO); Montana (MT); Nebraska (NE); Nevada (NV); New Hampshire (NH); New Jersey (NJ); New Mexico (NM); New York (NY); North Carolina (NC); North Dakota (ND); Ohio (OH); Oklahoma (OK); Oregon (OR); Pennsylvania (PA); Rhode Island (RI); South Carolina (SC); South Dakota (SD); Tennessee (TN); Texas (TX) ; Utah (UT); Vermont (VT); Virginia (VI); Washington (WA); Washington DC; West Virginia (WV); Wisconsin (WI); and Wyoming (WY).
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