Did your job making jewelry cause your asbestos illness? We may be able to help.
Asbestos has been used extensively in a variety of occupations, including jewelry making.
Some jewelers were exposed to asbestos while hand-cutting asbestos plates used for protection during soldering.
In the soldering process asbestos fibers can then be blown into the workroom air as the plates break down.
In addition, at the end of each work day the workroom floor is swept, with subsequent airborne asbestos dust distribution.
Many jewelers across the country have come forward to say they have developed asbestos-related illnesses from their work.
Sadly, our lawyers are all too familiar with this type of tragedy from asbestos. Weitz & Luxenberg P.C. represents tens of thousands of individuals suffering from asbestos-related diseases.
Our firm continues to set an unmatched standard of excellence for mass tort litigation, achieving more verdicts than most firms in America. We hope to have an opportunity to assist you with your legal matter.
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