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Connecticut Mesothelioma Lawyers

Asbestos has been banned in the United States for many years now. Before 1970, however, asbestos was frequently used as a cheap material for insulation and other projects by the construction industry. Large manufacturers also freely used the material in a variety of everyday products. While manufacturers and the construction industry benefited from the low cost of the material, the workers who were directly exposed to it would suffer terrible health consequences in the long run.

Shortly after the direct link between asbestos exposure and the development of various forms of cancer was discovered, companies and manufacturers discontinued the use of asbestos, but it was too late for workers who had already been exposed. Many have developed mesothelioma, a cancer within the lining of the lungs and other internal organs.

Connecticut mesothelioma attorneys Williams Hart are happy to provide more details about the terrible illness mesothelioma and its causes. For advice about the legal issues related to asbestos, call us at 800-781-3955.

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If you or a loved one has developed mesothelioma due to the negligence of an employer or manufacturer, turn to a Connecticut mesothelioma lawyer to discuss your legal options. A skilled attorney will be able to evaluate your case and assist you through every step of the complicated legal process.

About Williams Hart

The lawyers of Williams Hart have been fighting for the rights of mesothelioma victims for many years and have the extensive experience needed to ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve for your suffering. Unpaid medical bills, lost wages, and other damages can be recovered in a court of law.

The Connecticut mesothelioma lawyers of Williams Hart will work to ensure that your rights are fully protected throughout the legal process. Contact the Connecticut mesothelioma lawyers of Williams Hart for a free initial consultation by calling 800-781-3955.

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