The people at greatest risk of developing an asbestos-related injury
are those with very heavy exposure over many years on the job.
Generations of Americans were exposed to deadly asbestos fibers while
serving in Naval shipyards during World War II and subsequent wars.
American auto plants are also notorious for exposing factory workers to
asbestos, an ingredient still utilized to this day in automobile brake
Mesothelioma, frequently the result of an employer's choice for
greater profits over worker health safety, is usually caused by
workplace exposure to airborne asbestos fibers – which can exist in
older buildings and products. In fact, the makers of asbestos and
asbestos-containing products and the companies that marketed them to the
public, knew all too well of the dangers to a person's health.
If you think you might have an asbestos lawsuit
, contact an experienced asbestos lawyer today to discuss your
situation and determine if you might be entitled to compensation for