Our Firm Recovers $47 Million for Boilermaker
Harmed by Asbestos
In one of its many asbestos victories, Weitz & Luxenberg recovered $47
million for a boilermaker who
risked exposure to the carcinogen while working at a power plant.
The power plant did not warn the boilermaker of the dangers of asbestos dust
exposure and, later in life, he developed mesothelioma.
This case is but one example of how the firm has successfully fought for the
rights of boilermakers and other workers who were unknowingly exposed to asbestos.
Such financial awards help this boilermaker and others like him with asbestos illnesses receive medical
care. They are also better able to support their families.
Important: Even if your job does not expose you to asbestos dust, you may
still be at risk for developing an asbestos-related illness if you live with
someone who works as a boilermaker. Learn more.
From shipfitters, pipefitters and demolition workers, to those toiling
on railroads and in construction, Weitz & Luxenberg has many clients whose
needless and entirely avoidable exposure to asbestos ultimately led to them
developing asbestos-related diseases.
Weitz & Luxenberg is a leading plaintiffs' law firm that has represented
people affected by mesothelioma for over 20
Men and women diagnosed with mesothelioma or lung cancer caused by asbestos
exposure may be entitled to compensation from the companies
responsible for their disease.
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