Were You Exposed To Asbestos In The Navy?
When the brave men and women of the U.S. Navy signed up to put their lives on the line, asbestos disease was not part of the bargain.
Wallace & Graham, P.A. represents Navy veterans in states across the nation who are disabled or dying from mesothelioma, asbestosis or lung cancer from asbestos exposure during their service years. If one of our mesothelioma attorneys is not licensed in your state, we can associate with local counsel to provide critical knowledge and guidance for your asbestos-related claim.
Asbestos Disease Diagnosis and Treatment: Full Speed Ahead:
Mesothelioma and asbestos disease are a major focus of our practice. We know the urgency of a proper diagnosis and timely treatment. We work quickly to get clients service-rated for VA disability benefits. We waste no time in tracing the corporations responsible for putting Navy personnel in direct contact with deadly asbestos.
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.
Our top priority is connecting clients to new treatments that can extend life by months — maybe years — or make life as comfortable as possible in the painful end stages of asbestos-related cancer or lung disease.
In Harm’s Way: Navy Asbestos Exposure
Our clients have included Seabees, shipbuilders and longshoremen; the engineers and mechanics who kept naval ships running; and enlisted men and officers exposed simply by sleeping inches from asbestos-coated pipes. They served their country unaware of the dangers, but the Navy brass knew and the manufacturers of asbestos-infused equipment knew.
Exposed to asbestos at a civilian job after your Navy stint? We explore all your legal remedies.