Do You Install Insulation? You May Have Been Exposed To Asbestos.
Before the 1980s, most houses and other structures were built using asbestos as the insulation. Even a tiny piece of contaminated insulation can contain tens of thousands of asbestos fibers. As a result, installing insulation can come with an incredibly high risk of exposure to this toxic substance. The symptoms of asbestos exposure include shortness of breath, persistent coughing, loss of appetite, deformed fingertips and toes and chest pain. Insulation installers’ friends and families may also be at risk of health problems due to secondhand exposure.
If you are an insulation installer in the Madison County area who is experiencing symptoms of exposure to asbestos, or who has developed lung cancer or mesothelioma, you should consult The Gori Law Firm Our attorneys have over 100 years of experience helping insulation installers obtain the compensation that they deserve. We will work to protect your rights after asbestos exposure.
Asbestos Can Affect Your Entire Life
Asbestos exposure does not affect only your health. The cost of medical treatment can be devastating, sending many families into insurmountable debt. Health problems that require you to take time off from work can affect your career prospects. Your relationships may suffer because you are constantly in treatment or resting. These experiences can cause your emotional well-being to plummet. That is why it is crucial to work with lawyers who can help you get compensation for your damages.
Contact An Attorney Today
Our caring attorneys are here to help you when you have been exposed to asbestos because of your job installing insulation. Contact our office in Illinois to make a free consultation. Call 618-307-4085 or contact us online.
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