Announces Mesothelioma Blog Content Addition is pleased to announce its most recent content update to its mesothelioma blog, detailing an asbestos removal case in Seattle.

Denver, CO, March 30, 2010 --(, a leader in online personal injury information, is pleased to announce another addition to its mesothelioma blog site, located at continues to provide the most comprehensive resource for those seeking information about asbestos through its consistent blog updates and coverage of mesothelioma lawsuits.

The latest mesothelioma blog post details a case in Seattle where a car dealer and two contractors have been indicted on federal charges. The men are charged with conspiracy to violate federal environmental law as well as several other related charges after the team of men allegedly conspired to provide a false report to the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency, covering up asbestos in an old building. Since asbestos removal is an expensive process, especially in cases of total building demolition, it would be much more cost effective to totally destroy a building without consideration for the materials. However, as most are aware, there are several laws enacted in most states that prevent asbestos from being dumped in a conventional manner, thus preventing the hazardous effects of exposure.

Since the discovery of the fraudulent report, a federal grand jury has charged all three men with conspiring to violate the Clean Air Act. By demolishing a building without properly removing the asbestos contained in the materials, the men in question are alleged to have intentionally violated several laws protecting the health of the public. Indeed, the threat of mesothelioma lung cancer from asbestos exposure is an issue that is at the forefront of environmental hazard concerns.

If convicted of the charges, the conspiracy charge carries a maximum punishment of five years in prison and a $250,000 fine. The other environmental offenses also carry hefty fines. There is no doubt that most of the mesothelioma law carries stiff punishment; with the amount of damage that asbestos exposure has caused over the last half-century, people must be discouraged from using such a toxic and harmful substance. Such large fines and consequences are justly meted out to those who wantonly violate the safety measures put in place.

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Danielle Franklin