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Claiming damages from asbestos requires lawyers with experience

This blog has frequently noted that airborne fibers from asbestos-containing products continue to pose a health hazard both in North Carolina and throughout the country. These fibers are found in old building that are being renovated or torn down, in the shipbuilding industry and in buildings that have older heating systems. Most people are aware that asbestos once posted a serious health hazard, but few people realize that asbestos is still present in the environment and that people are still getting sick from asbestos exposure.

Asbestos discovered during auditorium demolition

North Carolina residents who have been exposed to asbestos need to be aware of the potential for harm. In many instances, people aren't even aware that they or loved ones were exposed to asbestos when they develop health problems associated with the substance. Asbestos-related disease will almost inevitably result in death to those who suffer from it. Their family members need to be aware of the possibility of filing asbestos litigation to be compensated.

What you can do if you believe you have been exposed to asbestos

Exposure to asbestos fibers can be a devastating event. Medical research has long documented the causal connection between the inhalation of asbestos fibers and a lethal form of lung cancer known as pleural mesothelioma. People have been and are exposed to asbestos fibers in many environments: shipyards, ships, heavy industry, work involving steam lines, the textile industry, the armed forces, the construction trades and many others.

Tracking down the source of your asbestos exposure

Getting diagnosed with mesothelioma or asbestosis can be shattering news for anyone. These illnesses can be aggressive and very difficult to treat, especially when it is not caught in the early stages. Seemingly in the blink of an eye, a person's life can change dramatically.

Victims and family members face challenges in asbestos lawsuits

There are a number of reasons why many people may be hesitant to take legal action when it comes to asbestos-related illnesses. It can certainly be overwhelming, confusing and intimidating and many people may not understand what rights they have. However, working through the process of filing a lawsuit and pursuing compensation can be much easier with the help of an attorney.

Asbestos exposure at elementary school

Fatal asbestos exposure is an increasing problem in Rowan due to the presence of asbestos in numerous places and products. Asbestos exposure can occur in many different ways. The substance leads to many diseases of the lungs, including mesothelioma, lung cancer and others.

Contractor exposes workers and illegally disposes of asbestos

Asbestos-related disease is a problem seen in Rowan due to people being exposed to asbestos through the ignorance or apathy of others. Asbestos exposure can lead to a series of diseases that are generally viewed as fatal. Asbestos litigation is becoming a more frequent occurrence for the victim or the families of a victim of asbestosis, mesothelioma and other diseases.

Former school-hospital condemned for asbestos

North Carolina residents who suffer from asbestos-related disease due to asbestos exposure understand the severe health issues and concerns that accompany the disease. Asbestos was used frequently for a variety of purposes before it was known to be dangerous and a number of people who were exposed to the substance and now suffer asbestos-related disease have filed asbestos litigation.

Asbestos exposure increases risk of death

In Rowan, asbestos related diseases have led to a significant number of individuals who were negatively affected by the substance choosing to file asbestos litigation. Those who have been subject to asbestos exposure or have had a family member grow ill as a result of it are increasingly seeking compensation for illness from asbestos.

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