The EPA has stated that B. Braun, a Lehigh Valley plant in Hanover Township is a top polluter of ethylene oxide, which could increase cancer diagnosis rates near Bethlehem PA. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has shown a strong correlation between the ethylene oxide chemical and increased cancer diagnosis rates. The Lehigh Valley neighborhood Hanover Township PA is bordered by Route 22, Schoenersville Road, the Lehigh River and the Lehigh Valley International Airport. Exposure to toxic chemicals in this area may increase the risk of Lehigh Valley cancer rates in the coming years. B. Braun’s plant in very close to Hanover Townships’s Allendale neighborhood just north of Bethlehem PA and east of Allentown City. An experienced Lehigh Valley cancer lawyer at the Trapani Law Firm will continue to monitor this increased cancer risk for our local Bethlehem and Allentown communities. Call our Allentown toxic tort lawyers anytime for a free consultation.
Philadelphia Mesothelioma rates may rise due to dangerously high levels of asbestos in Philadelphia public schools. The School District of Philadelphia regularly exposes students and teachers to Philadelphia Asbestos. A recent test showed 10.7 million asbestos fibers on a hallway floor at a Philadelphia elementary school. Asbestos exposure can lead to a Philadelphia mesothelioma diagnosis, which is an aggressive cancer that develops from the thin layer of tissue that covers of the internal organs. Philadelphia Mesothelioma treatment must take place immediately and there is also an increased risk of Philadelphia lung cancer after asbestos exposure in Philadelphia public schools. A Philadelphia Mesothelioma lawyer at the Trapani Law Firm can help you get the mesothelioma treatment you need after asbestos exposure in Philly.
Our Pennsylvania Baby Powder cancer lawyers are investigating lawsuits on behalf of women who have developed ovarian cancer after use of J& J Baby Powder or talcum powder. Johnson & Johnson knew of studies dating back to 1982 linking talcum powder to peritoneal ovarian cancer, yet they refused to stop producing their very profitable baby powder products. Studies show that women using baby powder are 33 percent more likely to develop ovarian cancer. Our Pennsylvania talcum powder cancer lawyers are here to help the victims and their families find justice and support for J&J’s wrongdoings.