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Our mission is to educate patients, their loved ones and the general public about the rare cancer and the toxin that causes it, asbestos. We strive to help those struggling to receive mesothelioma compensation and get the medical information, resources and legal connections they need at every step of their cancer journey.
The Occupations with the Highest Risk of Asbestos Exposure Include:
Shipyard workers and veterans who worked in close proximity to boilers, incinerators, and steel pipes are at a higher risk of asbestos exposure due to its use as a material for insulation.
Between World War 11 and the Vietnam War, asbestos was utilized across all military branches for insulation and shipbuilding. Now, veterans are facing a deadly diagnosis after their years in service.
Prior to EPA regulations set in place in 1976, asbestos was commonly used in raw form or in combination with building materials to strengthen a refinery's foundation and walls.
From mass production to routine maintenance jobs, machinists were in contact with asbestos on a daily basis because of its use in manufacturing metal parts and other materials.
Due to its heat-resistant material, many auto parts including brakes, hood liners, and some engine components contain asbestos.
Houses built before the mid-1980s will contain asbestos, typically found in ceiling panels, floor tiles, or pipes, placing contractors at risk for asbestos exposure today.
You Served Your Country, The VA is Here to Serve You
Army • Navy • Air Force • Marines • Coast Guard
Due to the heavy use of asbestos across all military branches, veterans account for about 30% of all mesothelioma diagnosis today. Those who served in the Navy, Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, or Marines are among the most at risk for mesothelioma.
Find out more about asbestos use, where to find veteran treatment centers, and how to file a VA claim.
Because asbestos companies acted with neglect, mesothelioma victims and their families have legal options. We provide clients with the latest information about the types of claims and financial assistance available for families. Get help connecting to law firms with expert knowledge in asbestos and mesothelioma litigation.
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