Why is Asbestos Dangerous?

Asbestos Is Dangerous

Microscopically small, thin asbestos fibers can be readily inhaled without a person being aware that they are ingesting anything harmful. Inhaling asbestos fibers can result in many serious medical problems, but the four main consequences include mesothelioma, lung cancer, colon cancer and asbestosis. These are life-threatening diseases that can alter a person's life forever.

Asbestos Is The Only Known Cause Of Mesothelioma

Despite evidence of its risks and medical research dating back to the 1930s, millions and millions of people — in a vast range of occupations, and even in their homes — continue to be exposed to asbestos. People associated with the construction, textile and certain other industries have been the hardest hit, but the families of these workers and people unrelated to these occupations have also suffered from asbestos exposure. We have represented workers, spouses and even children of workers who developed an asbestos-related disease.

Call 866-466-5789 Now To Consult A Caring, Dedicated Lawyer

If you or a family member has developed mesothelioma, lung cancer or another disease that may be asbestos-related, please contact one of our attorneys now for a free, no-obligation consultation. We have successfully handled lawsuits across the United States including Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Ohio.

We will be happy to meet with you at your home, hospital or union hall.