As the world confronts the coronavirus (also known as COVID-19), we are becoming more aware of how masks and respirators can, potentially, protect us from airborne contaminants. Individual respiratory protection devices have been around for over a hundred years. From the use of gas masks to protect soldiers from mustard gas in World War I, to masks used to protect health care workers from pathogens, we have relied on masks to prevent the inhalation of harmful substances.

As the world confronts the coronavirus (also known as COVID-19), we are becoming more aware of how masks and respirators can, potentially, protect us from airborne contaminants. Individual respiratory protection devices have been around for over a hundred years. From the use of gas masks to protect soldiers from mustard gas in World War I, to masks used to protect health care workers from pathogens, we have relied on masks to prevent the inhalation of harmful substances.

As the world confronts the coronavirus (also known as COVID-19), we are becoming more aware of how masks and respirators can, potentially, protect us from airborne contaminants. Individual respiratory protection devices have been around for over a hundred years. From the use of gas masks to protect soldiers from mustard gas in World War I, to masks used to protect health care workers from pathogens, we have relied on masks to prevent the inhalation of harmful substances.

As the world confronts the coronavirus (also known as COVID-19), we are becoming more aware of how masks and respirators can, potentially, protect us from airborne contaminants. Individual respiratory protection devices have been around for over a hundred years. From the use of gas masks to protect soldiers from mustard gas in World War I, to masks used to protect health care workers from pathogens, we have relied on masks to prevent the inhalation of harmful substances.

As the world confronts the coronavirus (also known as COVID-19), we are becoming more aware of how masks and respirators can, potentially, protect us from airborne contaminants. Individual respiratory protection devices have been around for over a hundred years. From the use of gas masks to protect soldiers from mustard gas in World War I, to masks used to protect health care workers from pathogens, we have relied on masks to prevent the inhalation of harmful substances.

Thornton Law Firm LLP has been representing victims of asbestos disease and their families for decades. Through our cases representing workers with mesothelioma, lung cancer, and other cancers and asbestosis, we have developed a sophisticated knowledge of how people have been exposed to asbestos.

Thornton Law Firm, LLP again honored by U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms.” with a Tier 1 National Ranking and two Tier 1 Boston Rankings.

Michael P. Thornton, David J. McMorris, Andrew S. Wainwright, and Garrett J. Bradley, have been named Super Lawyers, and partners Andrea M. Landry and Evan Hoffman, and Of Counsel Guillaume Buell, were named Rising Stars.

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