Asbestos in Auto, Chemical, Utilities & Steel Plants

 

Prolonged asbestos exposure has been scientifically linked to numerous dangerous and deadly health conditions as early as the 1930s. These asbestos-related illnesses include mesothelioma, lung cancer, throat cancer, complicated lung diseases, and more. As a result, many strict bans and regulations were enacted to attempt to mitigate asbestos exposure. Unfortunately, even though it has been over half a century since the first asbestos litigation was passed, the laws didn’t entirely solve the asbestos problem for everyone. In fact, many asbestos products are still in regular use and circulation even now, which means that it’s still a very real danger to workers and laborers. Below we will explore how different work industries may come into contact with asbestos.

"I’m lucky to be one of the longest surviving mesothelioma patients in the country, living over 20 years."
Michael L.

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