Asbestos in the Home and Workplace

Asbestos exposure is not limited to manufacturing work sites. Many homes, schools, churches, office buildings, and recreation centers contained significant amounts of asbestos.

Asbestos in the Home

Asbestos can be found in many places of the home. It is important to check an old home for asbestos. If you find asbestos in the home - DO NOT move or disturb it. Removal of asbestos in a home should be done by a licensed asbestos removal contractor.

  • Asbestos vinyl floor tiles
  • Ceiling Tiles
  • Fireplace shields
  • Doors
  • Roof Shingles

Asbestos in the Workplace

While those who worked in asbestos quarries and manufacturing centers are the most at risk, significant amounts of unrelated people were indirectly endangered. Workers often carried microscopic asbestos fibers home with then in their clothes and hair which caused secondary exposure to their families and friends.

Furthermore, asbestos contamination in homes affected many not directly involved in the asbestos production or construction industries.

A few at risk professions for asbestos exposure are:

• Automotive mechanics
• Boiler makers
• Bricklayers
• Building Inspectors
• Carpenters
• Electricians
• Insulators
• Iron workers
• Laborers
• Longshoremen
• Maintenance workers
• Merchant marines
• Millwrights
• Painters
• Plasterers
• Plumbers
• Roofers
• Sheet metal workers
• Tile setters
• U.S. Navy veterans
• Welders

These professions suffered the most significant exposure to asbestos. It is critically important that if you or a loved one has worked in any of these industries that you consult a doctor immediately. Early detection of asbestos-related diseases enables the maximum amount of treatment options.

Occupational-induced mesothelioma.

No one should have to face a painful and premature death because of their chosen profession.  If you or someone you love has been the victim of occupational-induced mesothelioma, you may be entitled to compensation for your pain and suffering.  The asbestos industry allegedly knew for decades that their product was dangerous, but chose to ignore the suffering of the people exposed to this deadly carcinogen. 

Let our dedicated, experienced, and compassionate mesothelioma and asbestos-related disease lawyers help you take a stand against the uncaring industry that put their profits ahead of your health.  You are not alone.  Thousands of other people across the country are in your exact situation, and our lawyers are standing by, ready to take your case.  You may be entitled to financial compensation for your pain and suffering, but time constraints called statutes of limitations drastically restrict how long you can pursue your case, and if you hesitate you could lose your chance for justice.  Let us help you.  Make the call today.



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Asbestos in the Home and Workplace page updated on 1/11/2012