Asbestos Exposure in the Workplace
Because asbestos was so widely used during the last century, millions of people worked in places where they were exposed to asbestos fibers. For some, the exposure was minimal. For others working in what we now know are high-risk occupations — asbestos exposure was a routine and pervasive part of daily employment.
People who were routinely exposed to deadly asbestos fibers in the workplace during the product's most widespread period of use include:
- Construction/Remodeling workers
- Plumbers and pipe fitters
- Shipyard employees
- Railroad employees
- Auto Mechanics
- Maintenance Workers
- Boiler Mechanics
- Insulation Installers
- Chemical Plant Workers
- Factory Workers
- Military personnel and defense contractor employees
- Union Workers and Union Resources
Taking Action to Protect Your Legal Rights
Whether you worked in a high-risk occupation, or had a spouse who regularly worked with asbestos products on the job, or aren't sure that you were exposed in any way, shape or form — waiting until you know all the answers yourself before talking to a lawyer could cost you your right to seek appropriate compensation.
At Gori, Julian & Associates, P.C., the value of our experience with mesothelioma and asbestos lawsuits is demonstrated by results that now total over1 billion dollars in settlements and verdict awards for previous clients throughout the country.
As our client, you'll work with attorneys who have decades of combined experience in mesothelioma and asbestos-related litigation and with a group of dedicated professionals who are ready to guide you and your family through the litigation process and to provide compassionate help and support to you through this very difficult time.
Nationwide Legal Help for People With
Asbestos Lung Cancer or Mesothelioma
St. Louis Area: 618-307-4085 / Toll Free: 888-362-6890
For a free case evaluation, please call our law offices directly or contact us online. An experienced attorney will be available to discuss your potential lawsuit, and to answer any questions you may have about the connection between asbestos exposure and deadly cancers such as mesothelioma, or your legal rights.