Representing Those Exposed to Asbestos on Naval Vessels

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Were you or a loved one exposed to asbestos while serving on a U.S. Navy vessel? Many Navy veterans suffer from mesothelioma and other asbestos-related diseases because Navy vessels were built with asbestos components. The Law Offices of Wallace & Graham is dedicated to helping Navy veterans pursue compensation for their medical bills, pain and suffering and other hardships.

Contact us immediately if you or your family member has symptoms of asbestos disease and served in the U.S. Navy, U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Marines or Merchant Marine. We also represent citizens of other countries exposed aboard decommissioned Navy vessels sold for civilian uses.

Naval Vessels Containing Asbestos

While anyone working on a naval vessel was at risk of asbestos exposure, those working below deck faced greater dangers than others. Many Navy veterans who were exposed to pumps, valves, boilers and turbines now suffer from the effects of asbestos exposure.

While not a comprehensive list, below are some of the major U.S. Naval vessels associated with cases of asbestos exposure:

Asbestos BattleshipsAsbestos CruisersAsbestos Destroyers

USS Alabama (BB 60)

USS Arizona (BB 39)

USS California (BB 44)

USS Iowa (BB 61)

USS Massachusetts (BB 59)

USS Missouri (BB 63

USS New Jersey (BB 62)

USS Pennsylvania (BB 38)

USS Texas (BB 35)

USS Wisconsin (BB 64)

USS Alaska (CB 1)

USS Bainbridge (CGN 25)

USS Baltimore (CA 68)

USS Columbus (CA 74)

USS Dale (CG 19)

USS Helena (CA 75

USS Houston (CA 30

USS Indianapolis (CA 35)

USS Juneau (CL 119

USS Lexington (CV 2)

USS Aaron Ward (DD 483)

USS Abbot (DD 629)

USS Aylwin (DD 355

USS Bache (DD 470)

USS John Rodgers (DD-574)

USS Leutze (DD-481)

USS Robert H McCard (DD 822)

USS Samuel N. Moore (DD-747)

USS Warrington (DD-843)

In addition to battleships, cruisers and destroyers, Navy personnel were exposed to asbestos on aircraft carriers, submarines, tugs, tankers, cargo ships and other naval vessels. In addition to men and women who served on naval ships, people who built and serviced the vessels were also at risk. Regardless how you were exposed to asbestos, our asbestos litigation lawyers are here to help you pursue fair and just compensation for the losses you have suffered.

Contact Us

Do you have questions about asbestos and naval vessels? The Law Offices of Wallace & Graham is based in North Carolina, pursuing justice for Navy veterans throughout the United States. Call 888-698-9975 for a free case evaluation with proven and compassionate attorneys.