Mesothelioma and Boilermakers

Though it is no longer used in the manufacture of new boilers, boilermakers and boiler maintenance workers can be exposed to asbestos on any boiler or furnace that was built prior to 1990. This substance is linked to life-threatening diseases such as mesothelioma, asbestosis and various forms of cancer.

If you were exposed to asbestos while working on boilers or pressure vessels, and you have contracted an asbestos-related disease, you may be able to obtain compensation for your financial losses and suffering.

Contact Brayton Purcell LLP today. In a free initial consultation, an attorney can review your case and discuss how we can help you get the compensation you deserve.

Boilermakers and Asbestos Exposure

All of the major manufacturers have used asbestos for fire-retardant insulation, mortar, and gaskets, including Babcock & Wilcox, Combustion Engineering, Foster Wheeler and Kewanee. Pipes leading to and from boilers were wrapped with asbestos insulation. In addition, the boilerwalls were covered with asbestos materials, and doors and gaskets were lined with materials containing asbestos.

Because of the confined spaces and poor ventilation of many boiler rooms, boiler repair and maintenance workers are especially prone to asbestos exposure.

Representing Boilermakers With Mesothelioma Injuries

Brayton Purcell LLP has been representing victims of mesothelioma and other asbestos-related occupational diseases in California and throughout the nation for more than 30 years. During that time, we have won an unprecedented number of verdicts and settlements in such cases.

When you retain us to represent you, we will work tirelessly to obtain maximum compensation for you. We will undertake a comprehensive investigation of your case, to document your exposure to asbestos and the injuries you have suffered. Brayton Purcell LLP will be your strong advocate, at trial or in settlement negotiations.

Contact Our Firm

For a free initial consultation with an experienced mesothelioma lawyer for boilermakers, contact Brayton Purcell LLP.