// Former Guardsmen tell senators about exposure to deadly chemical By Army Staff Sgt. Jim Greenhill National Guard Bureau WASHINGTON (8/3/09) – Three former National Guard members told a Senate committee Monday they were exposed to a deadly chemical with long-term health effects while serving in Iraq. Russell Powell, a former West Virginia Army National [...]
Senate DPC – Press Release Thursday February 12, 2009 DORGAN: Barry Piatt – 202-224-0577 BAYH: Brian Weiss – 202-224-5623 Attached below contains the Original PDF of: DPC press release of Senatro Byron Dorgan, the Chairman of the Senate DPC and Letter to the Secretary of Defense Robert M. Gates and Secretary of Army, Preston M. [...]
Senator Dorgan and the Senate DPC comment on KBR’s Sodium Dichromate Leak Original PDF of the DPC press release can be download below. Senate DPC Sodium Dichromate Exposure Investigation Press Release
Three former National Guard members told a Senate committee on Aug 4, 2009 they were exposed to a deadly chemical with long-term health effects while serving in Iraq.
America’s Premier Lawyers Series: ABC Radio – An Interview with Jeff Raizner on KBR Litgation Jeff Raizner, of Doyler Raizner LLP was recently a guest speaker on ABC RADIO, along with Alan E. Tannebaum. You can “LISTEN IN” to the interview by following this link to their website: “Americas Premier Lawyer Series – Top Verdicts” Jeffrey L. [...]
KBR, a private company, and its operating subsidiaries (including Cayman Island subsidiaries set up by KBR for various purposes described further below) received billions of dollars of no-bid contracts for work in Iraq in 2003. This suit arises from one of the projects KBR was charged with safely completing, a project involving the restoration of the Qarmat Ali water plant in southern Iraq so the facility could resume pumping water down into the Iraqi oil wells for more consistent oil flow.
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Seven former guardsmen have filed suit against contractor KBR and its subsidiaries, saying the companies exposed the men to a highly carcinogenic substance at a water plant where they worked as security.
Senator Evan Bayh testifies at a Senate oversight hearing convened to examine the exposure of American soldiers to a lethal carcinogen during their wartime service in Iraq.