Asbestos Litigation Law Firm Representing Roofers Exposed to Asbestos

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Asbestos is strong, durable and resistant to heat, making it a seemingly perfect material for the construction of roofs. In the late 1970s, however, the dangers of asbestos become widely known, and countless roofers have suffered due to asbestos exposure. If you or a loved one came into contact with asbestos while working as a roofer and is now suffering from the effects of exposure, it is important to consult with an experienced asbestos litigation attorney.

At The Law Offices of Wallace & Graham, we have obtained numerous verdicts and settlements for carpenters exposed to asbestos and their family members. Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, our railroad asbestos claim attorneys represent clients across the nation. Call 888-698-9975 for a free consultation.

Asbestos Exposure for Roofers

A wide range of roofing materials have been linked to asbestos exposure, including tiles, insulation shingles, corrugated roofing, asphalt shingles, caulking putties and fire sealants.

Specific roofing materials that have been linked to asbestos exposure include:

  • AAA Hip and Ridge shingles
  • Eternit asbestos shingles
  • Johns-Manville Blak-Kap Duplex Roofing
  • Careystone corrugated roofing
  • Flintcoat roofing
  • Fire-chex '325' shingles
  • Suprador Fiber-Shake Sidewall Shingles

It stands to reason that building developers would want fire-resistant materials for their roofs. However, all too many negligent parties used asbestos without considering the risks, or worse, knowingly putting roofers in harm's way.

We Can Help

If you or a loved one worked as a roofer and is now suffering from the effects of asbestos exposure, we can help. Our top priority is diagnosis and medical benefits for clients to begin life-extending treatment as soon as possible. Our attorneys also pursue injury and wrongful death damages for loss of income, the victim's pain and suffering, and survivors' loss of companionship and support.

Contact us today for a free case evaluation with an experienced asbestos litigation lawyer.