Mesothelioma and Insulators
Insulation containing asbestos was a cheap, durable and fire-resistant product that was used for decades in homes, commercial buildings, boiler rooms, ships and other locations. Asbestos has been linked to diseases such as mesothelioma, asbestosis and various types of cancer.
If you handled insulation products containing asbestos as an insulator, shipyard worker, construction worker, pipefitter or in another capacity, and you have contracted a life-threatening disease, you may be able to obtain compensation.
To learn more about your rights, contact Brayton Purcell LLP.
Representing Insulators With Mesothelioma Injuries
On behalf of a former San Francisco, CA insulator, Brayton Purcell LLP obtained an $8,000,000 verdict. Our client had contracted mesothelioma after years spent working with and in close proximity to products containing asbestos, including thermal insulation, refractory materials, gaskets, and other materials.
The law firm of Brayton Purcell LLP is a team of 45 attorneys that represents victims of corporate negligence. We have extensive experience and a record of success in cases involving asbestos-related diseases, including mesothelioma. When you retain us to represent you, we will work to build a strong and effective case for you. Our goal will be to obtain maximum compensation for your losses, including medical costs, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages.
Insulators and Asbestos Exposure
As an insulator or construction worker, you may have worked with the following materials containing asbestos:
- Thermal pipe and block insulation
- Corrugated air–cell insulation
- HVAC duct insulation in sheet or blanket form
- Blown-in insulation
- Thermal paper products
- Sprayed-on insulation
- Joint and elbow fillers
- Electrical wiring insulation
- Some types of vermiculite insulation used to insulate attics
- Many other asbestos-containing products
The potential for harmful airborne particles of asbestos to be released is significant during installation activities. Once it is in place, these types of insulation may pose less of a hazard. During renovation work, the potential hazard greatly increases. If you contracted an asbestos-related disease due to your exposure as an insulator or construction worker, Brayton Purcell LLP can represent you.
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Contact Brayton Purcell LLP for a free initial consultation with one of our experienced mesothelioma lawyers for insulators.