When the average individual thinks of Kodak, cameras and photographic supplies come to mind. Many would be surprised to learn that asbestos was present throughout Kodak Park during the production phase of photographic materials and supplies. Kodak workers were exposed to asbestos dust from working with and around a wide variety of asbestos-containing products. Asbestos was incorporated into pipe covering, gaskets, thermal insulation and packing material. Asbestos-containing insulation also covered pipe-steam lines, chemical and refrigeration lines. Asbestos block material covered duct work and turbines.  Asbestos-containing materials could be found in virtually every building that occupied Kodak Park.

In all probability, Lipsitz, Ponterio & Comerford has more experience in representing Kodak workers with mesothelioma than any other firm in the country.  If you or a loved one was employed at Kodak in Rochester, New York, and have been diagnosed with mesothelioma or lung cancer, we urge you to contact us regarding your legal rights.

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