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San Francisco Residents Target of Military Experiment
San Francisco’s famous fog has become a celebrated part of SF living. Residents have even personified the fog, naming it Karl. Most wouldn’t expect Karl to be involved in a “simulated germ-warfare attack,” but he has quite a nasty past....
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American Veterans Fought Enemies and Asbestos
With Memorial Day approaching next week, we thought this would be the perfect time to spread some awareness about the unseen dangers soldiers have faced in our military. While they battled our country’s enemies on sea, land, and in the...
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Infographic: Mesothelioma in Military Vets
Here at Brayton Purcell, it can sometimes feel like every day is Veterans Day. We speak and meet with clients who have served in the United States Military on a daily basis. We are so grateful for their service to...
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Brayton Purcell Celebrates Veterans Day
Happy Veterans Day! November 11 became the national holiday for Veterans in 1938. It originated as “Armistice Day” in 1919 on the first anniversary of the end of World War I, and quickly evolved into what we know it as...
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Veterans Seek to Repeal Asbestos Law Passed in Wisconsin
Earlier this year, Wisconsin voters approved a bill that limits the rights of asbestos victims seeking compensation for debilitating asbestos-related diseases, like mesothelioma. Despite the law passing four months ago, many retired veterans are getting ready to stand up for...
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Justice Denied for Veterans and Other Mesothelioma Victims
Mesothelioma trials can be complex — but also straight forward: it was often the case in the past that many employers and asbestos manufacturers knew of the deadly effects of exposure, but did not properly inform or train their employees...
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Infographic: Honoring our U.S. Veterans
by Brayton Purcell LLP | Nov 13, 2013 | Veterans' News | How much do you know about our country’s most respected men and women? Were you aware that 1.6 veterans today are female? How about that 26% of our...
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Celebrating United States Veterans
Happy Veterans Day! November 11 became the national holiday for Veterans in 1938. It originated as “Armistice Day” in 1919 (the first anniversary of World War I), and has quickly evolved into what we know it as today. Veterans Day...
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Mesothelioma Awareness for Shipbuilders
What American occupations do you think are the deadliest? One might assume that our firefighters or police are the ones gambling with their lives daily against fires and criminals, but dangers on the job are not always visible. Toxic substances...
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