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Mesothelioma Diagnosis: Why Your Employer May Be Liable

Before 1970, asbestos was widely used in a variety of industries as a cheap alternative material for construction and product manufacturing. While we now know the dangers of asbestos exposure, this was not common knowledge several decades ago. Although consumers and workers may not have been aware of the incredible dangers of the material, many employers knew of the health risks associated with asbestos exposure and did nothing to warn or educate their employees about the devastating effects of asbestos exposure.

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with mesothelioma, a former employer may be liable for your suffering. Your employer is required by law to provide you with a safe working environment, adequate training, and safe tools to complete your work tasks. Your employer is also responsible for making you aware of any possible dangers that might be present in your working environment.

Negligent employers that failed to inform and educate their employees about the presence and danger of asbestos exposure can be held legally liable for any damages that you may have suffered as a result of their negligence. Contact a mesothelioma attorney if you believe that your employer’s negligence is to blame for your illness.

A skilled mesothelioma lawyer will be able to effectively evaluate your case and answer your pressing legal questions. The mesothelioma lawyers of Williams Hart have been representing those suffering from mesothelioma for many years and will work diligently to ensure that you receive the compensation due to you. Contact the mesothelioma lawyers of Williams Hart today by calling 800-781-3955.

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