// U.S. // Get Cancer Answers // News Desk New York – A New York mesothelioma attorney has stated it was the right decision to postpone a New York Knicks basketball game due to falling debris. As reported via PRWeb, Joseph W. Belluck of NY's Belluck & Fox LLP recently applauded the efforts by the team’s officials to put the game at Madison Square Garden on hold after debris fell into the area that may have possibly contained the potentially dangerous mineral asbestos.
Belluck, a partner in Belluck & Fox LLP, which represents individuals affected by asbestos-related diseases, is quoted in the release as stating of the matter, “The game postponement at Madison Square Garden because of asbestos illustrates how prevalent this dangerous substance is in New York buildings… The Knicks officials were correct to postpone the game. Inhaling even a small amount of asbestos can lead to deadly diseases, such as mesothelioma.”
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