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Wallace & Graham, P.A. has broad knowledge of the U.S. Naval Fleet as it pertains to asbestos litigation. The ability to quickly trace where exposure occurred and identify the corporate entities that might be liable is critical to recovering full and timely compensation.
Based in Salisbury, North Carolina, we represent Navy retirees throughout the United States in disability claims to get medical coverage for aggressive treatment of mesothelioma or asbestos disease. Our lawyers also represent family members in mesothelioma wrongful death lawsuits on behalf of Navy veterans to recover compensatory damages and hold those companies accountable for their indifference to safety.
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From the 1940s to the 1970s, asbestos was widely and heavily used in shipbuilding. Many of our past and current clients served in the Navy at the following duty stations:
Many of the ships toward the latter end of the asbestos era are still in service, but the majority have long since been decommissioned and sold or scrapped.
Nonetheless, substantive records exist of where those ships were built, which contractors contributed to their construction, and which asbestos-containing products were used in the process.
Every member of the Navy has a Form DD-214 listing a wealth of information about the individual: enlistment, duty stations, ports of call, rank, pay and assignments aboard ship. Our attorneys use this information to pinpoint the boilers and turbines or the asbestos-lined pumps, valves, pipes and gaskets with which our clients had significant contact.
We have represented seamen of every type of Navy craft, including World War II veterans, Korean War vets, Vietnam vets and those exposed during peacetime/Cold War deployment:
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The thousands of boats in service during the asbestos era are too lengthy to list here. If your loved one has a potential mesothelioma claim, we provide these links as a starting resource.
Any information you can dig up that might be relevant — contact information for former shipmates; photos, postcards or letters describing where the sailor was and what they did aboard ship — will help speed approval for VA benefits or strengthen the case for a civil lawsuit.
Based in North Carolina, Wallace & Graham, P.A. represents clients nationwide. Call or contact us online for a free case evaluation. Our skilled and caring attorneys will explain your rights and fight for the justice you deserve.
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