ews update: A mesothelioma lawyer at NYC-headquartered personal injury law firm Weitz & Luxenberg warns that New York may be No. 1 for international commerce, but it also has the dubious distinction of being the third highest-ranking state in the Nation for asbestos-related mortalities.
More than 2,626 people have been killed by asbestos-related deaths poisoning in New York between 1979 and 2001, according to government records. Sources say that figure is a low estimate, and could feasibly have exceeded 4,000 deaths during the period between 1979 and 2001.
According to the New York Mesothelioma Lawyer, Long Island is where much of the state’s industry is. Thus, we find that Queens County in New York City is by far the most toxic region in the state, ranking nine on the list of the Top 100 counties in the nation with the greatest incidence of asbestos-related deaths. Suffolk County, also on Long Island, ranks No. 21.
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Government sources estimate that in the next decade more than 35,000 people nationwide will be diagnosed with the deadliest form of asbestos-related cancer, mesothelioma. This disease is most often the result of industrial workplace exposure to asbestos – and usually contracted through employers’ blatant disregard for workers’ safety.
If you have been diagnosed with mesothelioma, asbestos-caused lung cancer, or asbestosis, and reside and/or worked in the State of New York, please complete the form below or call us for a free case evaluation by an experienced New York mesothelioma lawyer at Weitz and Luxenberg who will explain your legal rights.
Weitz & Luxenberg has secured significant financial compensation for mesothelioma victims since 1986. In close to 30 years of the firm’s history, asbestos attorneys have won more than a billion dollars in verdicts and settlements for its clients.
For immediate legal assistance, call 1-844-432-7088. A New York mesothelioma lawyer from Weitz & Luxenberg will review your case inqui
Kings County (Brooklyn) ranks at No. 32; New York County is No. 82, and the Bronx is No. 90 on the lis