Are Railroad Workers Contracting A Variety of Cancers From Past Exposure to Radioactive Cargo on Railroads?
My railroad injury attorney-partner, Richard N. Shapiro, posted a library article covering railroad workers developing cancers (lung, brain, colon, blood and others) after prolonged workplace exposures to radioactive/radiation substances (uranium or plutonium contaminated scrap metal and wastes). He relates the curernt results of various subpoenas and Freedom of Information Act requests.
This is a real eye opening article for railroad workers that may suspect they were exposed to radioactive substances while handling freight for their railroad employer, and the article links to some internal memos of the DOE and state agencies confirming uranium contamination or even plutonium contamination.
The article is entitled: Railroad Workers (Engineer/Conductors/Switchman) Developing Variety of Cancers From Exposure to Radioactive Cargo on Railroad-Review of the Facts
Rick previously co-authored a book length treatise article on the Railroad Health & Safety in 1999, now published in the nation's law libraries.
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