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Asbestos on Your Clothing

Many people are worried about their possible previous exposure to asbestos fibers, because prior to 1980, its use was allowed in the United States in many types of construction materials. Asbestos is extremely strong and fire-resistant, and was used in building materials like ceramic tiles, drywall, and piping, exposing millions of workers to its harmful fibers. However, even if a worker did not inhale asbestos fibers while at work, they may still have been exposed to fibers that stayed on their clothing. Asbestos fibers can cling to clothing and can linger, possibly exposing workers, and their families, to its fibers even after a worker leaves his or her job.

If you or someone you know has been exposed to asbestos and is now suffering from an asbestos-related condition, it may be possible to get financial assistance. Call an experienced asbestos lawyer with Williams Hart today at 800-781-3955 to discuss your medical needs and legal options.

How Asbestos Can Hurt You

If asbestos fibers cling to your clothing, you may have a chance of inhaling them outside of your place of work. This means that not only you, but those who come in contact with you or your clothing may be at risk for exposure.

The potential side effects of asbestos exposure can be devastating, and include asbestosis, lung scarring, and an incurable cancer called mesothelioma. As such, it is critical that you seek immediate medical help if you believe you may have been exposed to asbestos fibers.

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If you or a loved one has been exposed to asbestos and needs legal help, contact an asbestos attorney from Williams Hart today by calling 800-781-3955.

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