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Goldberg, Persky & White, P.C.

Pioneering asbestos lawyers. More than 30 years helping workers with mesothelioma, lung cancer, throat cancer, & colon cancer from asbestos exposure

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#repost @gpwlaw Every weekday until Sept. 26, we'll be posting trivia questions and answers in honor of #mesotheliomaawa - 1612438993600015627

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Goldberg, Persky & White, P.C.

 Instagram Image by Goldberg, Persky & White, P.C. (@asbestoslawyers) with caption : "#repost @gpwlaw Every weekday until Sept. 26, we'll be posting trivia questions and answers in honor of #mesotheliomaawa" at Goldberg, Persky & White, P.C. - 1612438993600015627
Goldberg, Persky & White, P.C.

@gpwlaw Every weekday until Sept. 26, we'll be posting trivia questions and answers in honor of . Today's question: This former GPW founder was featured in a chapter of Paul Brodeur's 1985 "Outrageous Misconduct, The Asbestos Industry on Trial." [Yesterday] This medical director from Johns-Manville was deposed in 1976 by GPW and admitted that the reason warning labels weren't added to products "was a business decision." Further stating that "if the application of a caution label identifying a product as hazardous would cut out sales, there would be serious financial implications." A. Dr. Kenneth Wallace Smith. Photo credit: 1944 photo of Jeffrey Asbestos Mine Smith by Harry Rowed, National Film Board of Canada. 1944 is the same year Dr. Smith became medical officer for Johns-Manville at this mine in Asbestos, Quebec.

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