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Asbestos in Ceiling Tiles

It is estimated that asbestos has been used in around 3,000 products in the United States. Asbestos was an attractive building material for many years due to its fire retardant qualities and durability. While the material has been banned in the United States for many years now, it still remains in numerous buildings and products that are still in use today.

You come in contact with asbestos probably much more than you realize. If you live or work in an older building, you may not be aware that asbestos is commonly found in ceiling tiles. Over the years, these tiles begin to break down with age, releasing asbestos dust into the air. As the tiles begin to show signs of degrading, such as breaking or sagging, many homeowners or company owners wish to have them removed and replaced. Unfortunately, the removal and destruction of these tiles also causes asbestos fibers to be released into the air.

Dangers of Asbestos Exposure

Asbestos fibers that are inhaled or ingested are often responsible for the development of cancer in the body. These fibers may stay in the air for many hours after they are initially released and not only pose a threat to the workers who remove and destroy old ceiling tiles, but to the homeowners or staff members who live or work in the building as well. Anyone at risk of being exposed to asbestos in their home or at work should wear protective gear to ensure that asbestos is not inhaled or ingested.

If you have been exposed to dangerous asbestos fibers, it is best to visit a doctor to be tested for asbestos-related diseases, such as mesothelioma. Those diagnosed with mesothelioma should speak with an experienced mesothelioma lawyer to ensure that their rights are protected. A mesothelioma attorney can evaluate your case and organize an effective lawsuit on your behalf.

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For more information about your legal rights as a victim of mesothelioma, contact the mesothelioma lawyers of Williams Hart today by calling 800-781-3955.

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