Our firm recovers $2 million for pipe fitter with asbestos-related lung cancer
The pipe fitter was not warned by his employer of the dangers of being in contact with the toxic substance. He and his fellow workers did not wear protective clothing or masks.
This case is but one example of how our asbestos firm has successfully fought for the rights of those who were unknowingly exposed to asbestos.
The firm has similarly helped over 300 pipe fitters receive compensation. Such financial awards help those with asbestos dust-related illnesses receive medical care. They are also better able to support their families.
Important: Even if your job does not expose you to asbestos, you may still be at risk for developing an asbestos-related illness if you live with someone who works as a pipe fitter. Learn more.
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