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The following are just a few of the resources that offer the information you are looking for. Find locations that were once known to contain or use asbestos. Learn more about the conditions that certain toxins can cause. Find links to court resources, and the policies and guidelines that have a hand in protecting the public from hazardous conditions.

Asbestos Exposure Locator

Search by city, state, U.S. naval vessel or around the world.

Throughout the United States, many mesothelioma victims commonly worked in the construction business, petrochemical industry, and the auto industry. Many others worked in shipyards or were enlisted in the U.S. Navy. Some mesothelioma victims were exposed to asbestos while working for American companies abroad. Still others received household exposure to asbestos dust through family members who worked in these industries. VIEW MAP

Diseases and Disorders

You can research the following conditions and more using these Diseases and Disorders Resources.

From mesothelioma caused by asbestos exposure to birth defect linked to agricultural pesticides, certain substances in the work or home environment can put families at risk for serious illnesses. The following websites are just a few of the resources that offer information about these diseases and disorders. VIEW MORE

  • Asbestos-Related Illness and Lung Disease
  • Birth Defects and Childhood Injuries
  • Cancer
  • Medicine

Environmental Working Group

Research the toxins that may be disrupting your life. Learn more about the grassroots efforts fighting for healthier products and the latest legislation advocating for better living and working conditions across the country.

US Government and International Agencies

Find the policies and guidelines you’re looking for.

A number of national and international agencies have a hand in protecting the public from hazardous conditions in the workplace and home. These links will direct you to these informative sources. VIEW MORE

Qui Tam Whistleblower Resources

Learn about the qui tam whistleblower resources and organizations that are available. If you have questions about a potential qui tam or false claims case, we welcome the opportunity to talk to you. Send us an email or call us at 800.226.9880.

Organizations and Resources for Voters

The first step to making your voice heard is by registering to vote. Or, check your voter registration status and find information about registration requirements using the following links. Next, voters should make a plan to vote early or on Election Day, whether by mail or in person. Use the resources below to find local election office information.  If voters experience any forms of intimidation, they should call 866-OUR-VOTE, a non-partisan national hotline, for assistance. Check out these voting resources:

What are my chances?

That’s the first question everyone asks. The truth is it’s impossible to know. But we can tell you this. Waters Kraus Paul & Siegel has what it takes to fight against big corporate interests and win. That’s why we’ve taken more mesothelioma trials to verdict than any other firm. And that’s why we’ve recovered more than $1.3 billion for clients like you. Do you think you have a case? Contact us now to speak with an attorney.

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