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Asbestos at the Office

Asbestos was commonly used in the construction of buildings until the mid 1970s, when its use began
to fade because of increased public awareness and outcry over health hazards. New buildings are constructed
with less harmful substances that have replaced asbestos.

However, many buildings containing harmful asbestos particles are still standing, and if your work office
is located in an older building, it is likely that asbestos was used in its construction. Though the
actual presence of asbestos in your office environment may not necessarily provide immediate danger,
if the asbestos fibers are somehow released into the air, every person in the office is at risk for
exposure.

Especially if there are current renovations, you and everyone else at your office might be at risk for
inhaling harmful asbestos fibers that can lead to conditions such as mesothelioma and asbestosis. If
there are current remodeling and construction projects going on in your older office building, consider
inquiring about the methods being used to ensure your safety and the safety of each person in the office.

By becoming informed about the asbestos-safety methods being used in your work environment, you are
taking a step to better understand the hazards and risks you face, and to secure the safety of your
friends and loved ones.

Contact Us

If you have been exposed to asbestos in your office environment and have since been diagnosed with mesothelioma
or asbestosis, contact the mesothelioma lawyers
of Williams Hart at 800-781-3955 to talk about your circumstances and what legal action you should
take.

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