As part of the process to establish liability for exposure to asbestos, a person, who claims they were harmed and now suffer from Mesothelioma or Asbestos Related Lung Cancer, must prove exactly which asbestos products by brand or manufacturer caused the injury. After 25 years of investigating Asbestos cases, I have amassed vital information concerning the asbestos used at various jobsites.
The vast majority of individuals suffering from mesothelioma and other asbestos-related diseases are sickened on-the-job. Each year in the U.S., doctors diagnosis approximately 2,500-3,000 new cases of mesothelioma and are not surprised to discover that the disease, in most cases, is a result of exposure to the toxic mineral while performing regular work-related tasks. In other words, asbestos in the workplace can be a killer.
Sadly, for decades, many individuals had no idea that the asbestos they encountered on a daily basis would one day make them sick. No one told them that asbestos fibers could enter their lungs, resulting in scarring and, potentially, the formation of tumors and a diagnosis of mesothelioma or lung cancer.
Some of these workers suspected that perhaps breathing in asbestos wasn’t a good idea, yet their employers told them their health wasn’t in jeopardy. Now, decades later, the same workers who were assured that there was no risk to their well-being are now facing a death sentence because of this negligent exposure.
With 25 years of experience investigating local mesothelioma cases, Lee Davis has consistently faced the realities of asbestos in the workplace. Intimately familiar with area and regional corporations, factories, mills, refineries, and other places of employment, Lee has amassed vital information in regards to asbestos use at these locations.
Because of his local knowledge, he has been able to craft successful lawsuits that result in compensation for mesothelioma victims and their families.
• Mill workers
• Refinery workers
• And many others!
The result of workplace asbestos exposure usually takes decades to appear and, often times, victims of related diseases don’t even remember where they encountered the toxic mineral or how they may have been exposed to asbestos.