Maintenance Workers And Factory Employees At High Risk For Asbestos Exposure
Asbestos was once prized for its heat insulation and fireproofing properties and was used in a variety of materials in the factory and maintenance industry. Although many companies discontinued using asbestos upon learning about its hazardous nature, many others continued using asbestos even up until the early 1980’s.
Workers in power generation plants, factories, paper mills, textile mills and manufacturing and recycling plants may have come into contact with asbestos during this time, putting them at an increased risk of asbestos related diseases.
Our attorneys are dedicated to tracking down the source of asbestos exposure through comprehensive interviewing of the victim’s life activities and work history. Although many factory workers have been exposed to asbestos in many different plants throughout their working life, we can litigate on your behalf simply by demonstrating any single significant asbestos exposure.
We’re Personally Connected To What You’re Going Through
Our principal attorney, Michael Throneberry, lost his own father in law to mesothelioma in 2004. Michael’s father developed mesothelioma after years of factory work, and lost the battle just 16 months after being diagnosed. Michael understands what it’s like for loved ones to watch their family member die a slow, painful death. He understands the physical, financial and emotional devastation that medical treatments for mesothelioma can cause, and he’s passionate about supporting his clients and their families in their own similar struggles.
Call us today at 888-506-1131 for compassionate and caring representation and aggressive litigation. We represent clients nationwide and will travel to you for a consultation.