Asbestos Exposure of Workers Leads to $1.2 Million Fine

Posted on May 28, 2011

An Illinois company, AMD Industries, has been fined $1.2 million by the Occupational Safety and Health Admininstration (OSHA) for exposing its workers to asbestos. The employees were not trained in asbestos exposure and were not provided any protective clothing or equipment.

Source: Chicago Tribune

Lexington, Kentucky asbestos lawyer Robert Abell represents employees and family members harmed by asbestos exposure; contact him at 859-254-7076.


Robert Abell represented employees and family members harmed by asbestos exposure in Steve Perkins, et al vs. Serv-Air, see Amended Complaint and memorandum of law.

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