Identifying When and Where You can be Exposed to Asbestos
Identifying how you were exposed to asbestos can be challenging. Even if you were employed in a high-risk occupation or served in the military, it may be difficult to identify exactly when and where harmful asbestos exposure took place because diseases and other conditions resulting from asbestos exposure often take decades to develop.
For more than 25 years, the attorneys at Goldenberg Heller & Antognoli, P.C., have been helping people throughout the U.S. recall how they were exposed to asbestos and to identify products or materials containing asbestos. Some of our clients do not even realize that they were ever exposed to asbestos until they begin to notice warning signs or symptoms commonly associated with asbestos-related diseases such as:
Our office in Edwardsville, Illinois, is in the heart of Madison County (where most asbestos and mesothelioma lawsuits are filed), but our practice and services are truly nationwide. Our attorneys cater to our clients’ needs in any state.
Prevalence of Asbestos Throughout the U.S.
Asbestos was commonly used in building materials, insulation, auto parts and as a fire retardant in a range of industrial, military, commercial and household products. Anyone could have been exposed to asbestos fibers at any time.
If you suspect that you or a family member ever could have inhaled asbestos fibers, please fill out our free case evaluation form. It is vital to obtain medical diagnosis and treatment from a medical expert familiar with asbestos-related disease treatment as soon as possible.
Our lawyers work with victims throughout the country to pursue the compensation they deserve for health complications and costs. We have built an extensive database of asbestos defendants/job sites nationwide, identifying working conditions, products, materials, policies and liabilities relating to asbestos with solid evidence.
We can help you identify when and where your exposure to asbestos happened, which is one of the first steps in helping you gain access to the compensation you deserve.
Contact Us for a Free, No-Obligation Case Evaluation
We help victims and their families with personalized service and expedient legal work tailored to the specific needs of our clients. Contact us today at 618-656-5150 or toll free at 800-782-8492.