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The process of semiconductor chip manufacturing in factory clean rooms involves exposure to glycol ethers and other dangerous solvents. There have been several cases litigated against National Semiconductor, IBM and Zilog based on exposure to ethylene based glycol ethers.

Injuries Caused by Glycol Ethers include reproductive and developmental health problems such as miscarriages, spontaneous abortions, damage to testes, subfertility, damage to embryo and fetus, and birth defects.

If you know anyone who worked in the semiconductor chip manufacturing industry from 1986 through the mid-1990's and you think they or their children may have injuries related to glycol ether exposure our lawyers offer a free consultation about your possible legal remedies to obtain compensation from the responsible and negligent corporations.