How To Determine A Timeline For Your Asbestos Exposure
Diagnosis of mesothelioma and other asbestos-related diseases typically occurs decades after exposure to asbestos. One challenge of handling asbestos litigation is determining when asbestos victims were exposed, and which parties are liable for damages.
At Wallace & Graham, P.A., we have successfully handled numerous asbestos lawsuits for clients from North Carolina, throughout the Southeast and nationwide. Our attorneys thoroughly investigate every case to identify the points of exposure. Call 888-698-9975 for a free case review.
Identifying the Cause of Asbestos Exposure
In diagnosing mesothelioma and other asbestos-related diseases, doctors consider your work history and other potential points of exposure. They will consider the following questions:
- Were you exposed to asbestos at work? Millions of Americans working at chemical plants, oil refineries, shipyards and other job sites were exposed to asbestos due to the negligence of their employers.
- Were you exposed to asbestos in the Navy? If you served in the U.S. Navy, U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Marines or Merchant Marines, you may have been exposed to asbestos while serving on a seafaring vessel.
- Were you exposed to asbestos at home? Many consumer goods, including electrical products, were constructed with asbestos. Also, people who worked around asbestos would come home with particles on their clothing, exposing other people in the home to the danger of exposure.
Regardless of how you were exposed to asbestos, we can help. Based in North Carolina, our lawyers represent clients nationwide. Call 888-698-9975 or contact us online for a free case evaluation. Our skilled and caring asbestos attorneys will explain your rights and fight for you.