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For decades, hard-working men and women labored to build their lives and support their families under dusty, dirty conditions. They never could have imagined that this asbestos exposure may have been putting them at risk of lung cancer and other asbestos cancers. And what's worse, many companies who manufactured and sold asbestos products knew of the dangers, but chose their own profits over the safety of workers and consumers.
Anyone who experienced asbestos exposure is at risk of developing lung cancer. Certain professions have a higher risk than others due to the amount of asbestos workers were exposed to.
Asbestos exposure sites that put individuals at risk for lung cancer include:
Due to the widespread use of asbestos, there are many other potential exposure sites that are not widely known. Your asbestos attorney can help determine where your asbestos exposure may have taken place.
Military veterans are one of the largest groups affected by asbestos exposure. This is because asbestos was used extensively in naval shipbuilding and numerous military applications.
Sometimes, veterans are concerned that if they file an asbestos lawsuit, it will be the military that their action is directed against. This is not the case.
Generally, asbestos lawsuits are filed against the civilian company responsible for manufacturing the asbestos product. If you have any questions on this or any other matter related to your asbestos exposure, our paralegals are here to answer your questions.
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