• Brian R. Tinsley April 16, 2012 at 12:05 am

    I am an ex-trucker who has a claim since the early 1990's. I and many other truckers have loaded pulled and delivered a litany of asbestos containing products. I was diagnosed during the early 1990's with the following symptom:
    •Shortness of breath, especially during physical activity. Later, this shortness of breath may expand to times of rest.
    •Less tolerance for physical activity.
    •Chest pain or discomfort
    •A phlegm-producing cough
    •Clubbing of fingers (in some cases)
    However, since the settlement, I have not received any kind of correspondence from the Ahearn Rudd Fibreboard case. My name is Brian and I am at present suffering from those symptoms. I am sure that there are a lot of truckers and ex-truckers that have been infected by asbestos related material. Maybe we should develop a separate law suit.

    • LAS_Admin April 17, 2012 at 10:38 am

      Hi Brian, thanks for your comment. Given the history of your situation, and your thoughts about other truckers who may be in a similar situation as yourself, you may want to submit a complaint form for an attorney who specializes in asbestos litigation to review. You fill out & submit a complaint form here:

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