Pennsylvania Asbestos Attorneys Warn the Public of the Dangers They Face
Products commonly containing asbestos
Because of its resistance to fire, and chemicals, as well as its strength, durability and fibrous nature, and other positive qualities, many different products contained asbestos in the past. These qualities overshadowed its dangers for over a century, causing millions of people to be unnecessarily exposed to asbestos in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and throughout the United States. Now those who were around goods manufactured with this dangerous substance are developing lung cancer, larynx cancer, mesothelioma and many other deadly medical conditions.
Potential sources of asbestos exposure
Products that contained asbestos in the past include:
How an asbestos attorney from our firm can help you
If you have been diagnosed with any form of cancer connected to asbestos exposure, you should speak to a Nass Cancelliere Brenner asbestos lawyer to see if he or she can create a definitive link between the presence of asbestos in products you worked with or had in your home and your medical condition. Nass Cancelliere Brenner’s attorneys can investigate your employment history to determine whether you were exposed to asbestos through the workplace or at home, working closely with you to uncover any connections between your past and your current medical condition.
Call on our lawyers if you have been exposed to asbestos-containing products while working in Pennsylvania, New Jersey or Delaware.
If you have asbestosis, mesothelioma, or lung cancer or another type of cancer and have been exposed to asbestos, reach out to Nass Cancelliere Brenner today by completing the Contact Us form on this website or by selecting the Live Chat button on any website page.
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Nass Cancelliere Brenner works with clients from Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware as well as people throughout the United States who were exposed to asbestos in while living and/or working in these states.