Asbestos Exposure and Mesothelioma
Truck and Car Accident Injuries

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Asbestos lung cancer, mesothelioma and serious car wreck injury cases.
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Truck and car accidents can cause severe bodily injury
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Asbestos is a known cancer causing toxic industrial dust created from the cutting, mixing or manipulation of asbestos-containing products.

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Mesothelioma is a lung cancer attributed to inhaling or breathing asbestos dust up to 40 years ago.  The dust came from Navy shipyard or ship exposure, industrial exposure, construction exposure and/or residential remodeling exposure to asbestos-containing products.

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Navy & Industrial dust

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Mechanics

Navy and Airline 

Gasket, Brake, Asbestos Insulation, A-wire and other asbestos exposures may have occurred during the routine maintenance and emergency repair work may place naval mechanics at risk for asbestos lung cancer.

Texas Industrial Workers may be at risk for Lung Cancer and Mesothelioma

Industrial

Building Trades, Operators

Maintenance, Shutdown, Tie-in, Turnaround and other work with Steam Lines, Pumps, Valves, Boilers and other high-temp equipment may have involved asbestos products.

 

This exposure may put Texas workers at risk for asbestos lung cancers or mesothelioma.

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Below Deck

FN, EN, BT, MM and Others

Boiler Coverings, Pads, Pipe Insulation, Asbestos Cement, Pipe Covering, Gaskets, A-wire, Fireproofing and other asbestos exposures may have occurred during below deck work with boilers, steamtraps, pumps and other equipment.