Asbestosis

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Diagnosed with Asbestosis?

We know who to talk to, where to find answers, and what steps you need to take. Let us put our 30 years of experience in asbestos related disease lawsuits to work for you.

Who Might Be Exposed to Asbestos?

People who have worked around asbestos, especially Navy veterans, building and construction workers, ship builders, textile workers, and many more, are at high risk of developing asbestosis, a serious, chronic, and non-reversible medical condition characterized by scarring and thickening of the lung tissue.

Unfortunately for the victims of asbestosis caused by asbestos exposure, the symptoms often take years or even decades to develop. The symptoms include difficulty breathing, coughing, and chest pains, and in some cases, “clubbing” or thickening of the fingers.

What Should I Do if I Have Been Diagnosed with Asbestosis?

If you or a loved one is suffering the effects of asbestosis and are interested in finding out about your legal options, contact Sokolove Law today for a free legal consultation.