Common Professions And Trades Affected By Asbestos
Workers Exposed To Asbestos Need To Understand Their Rights
Workplace exposure to asbestos has contributed to thousands of cases of mesothelioma every year in the United States. Asbestos was used in all types of professions during the 1950s to 1970s, exposing workers from many different professions and trades to life-altering illnesses. The number of professions affected by asbestos exposure is difficult to count. However, some of the most common workers and trades affected by asbestos exposure include:
- Construction workers
- Shipyard workers
- Auto mechanics
- Railroad workers
- Assembly workers
- Electrical workers
- Textile workers
You may have been exposed to asbestos while working in one of these trades. However, these are just some of the professions known for asbestos exposure. Workers are supposed to be protected when working with hazardous products and chemicals. Unfortunately, some workers were exposed to asbestos for decades. Toxic exposure like this can lead to life-long complications and expensive medical treatment. If you have been diagnosed with mesothelioma or an asbestos-related illness, what can you do? Our lawyers know the law and will help you understand what options are available to help you and your family.
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Certain time limits may apply to file a lawsuit or claim to a mesothelioma trust. Do not wait to contact us if you or a loved one has been exposed to asbestos. We will meet with you, determine how you were exposed and guide you through the legal process. Our goal is to provide you with the personal attention and compassion you need during this difficult time. To schedule a no-obligation consultation, call 206-558-9441 to get started. You can also fill out our online form to schedule an appointment.