Experienced Poison and Deadly Dust Lawyers Fighting for Workers and Their Families
At Gianaris Trial Lawyers, we understand the devastating impact that poison and deadly dust exposure can have on an individual’s health. Breathing poison and deadly dust can lead to the development of serious and potentially fatal diseases, such as lung cancer, organ cancer, blood cancer and devastating lung injuries.
If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with a cancer related to poison and deadly dust exposure in the workplace, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Our experienced lawyer have a deep understanding of the legal issues surrounding poison and deadly dust exposure and have a proven track record of helping our clients obtain the compensation they deserve.
We have represented individuals and families in a variety of industries, including railroad, shipbuilding, construction, manufacturing, oil refining and more. We know how to navigate the complex legal landscape and will fight tirelessly to ensure that you receive the justice you deserve.
Don’t wait to take action. The statute of limitations for filing a claim related to poison and deadly dust exposure can vary from state to state, so it is important to contact a qualified lawyer as soon as possible. We offer free, quick and confidential consultations and work on a contingency fee basis, which means that you pay nothing unless we are successful in obtaining compensation for you.
If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with a cancer related to poison and deadly dust exposure, please contact us today to schedule a free consultation. We will answer any questions you have and explain your rights and options under the law. We are here to help you and your family during this difficult time.
Occupational Exposures to Poison and Deadly Dust
Railroads: Railroaders are especially vulnerable to deadly dust.
Shipyards and naval bases: Workers who built, repaired, or maintained ships and submarines were at high risk of deadly dust exposure due to the use of deadly dust in insulation, gaskets, and other materials on ships.
Power plants: Deadly dust was widely used as insulation in power plants, putting workers at risk of exposure.
Construction sites: Deadly dust was used in a variety of building materials, including insulation, roofing, and flooring, putting construction workers at risk of exposure.
Oil refineries: Deadly dust was used in insulation and other materials in oil refineries, putting workers at risk of exposure.
Steel mills: Deadly dust was used in insulation and other materials in steel mills, putting workers at risk of exposure.
Automotive manufacturing plants: Deadly dust was used in brake linings and other materials in automotive manufacturing plants, putting workers at risk of exposure.
Textile mills: Deadly dust was used in insulation and other materials in textile mills, putting workers at risk of exposure.
Chemical plants: Deadly dust was used in insulation and other materials in chemical plants, putting workers at risk of exposure.
Mines: Miners were at risk of deadly dust exposure due to the presence of deadly dust in natural deposits of certain minerals.
Firefighters: Firefighters were at risk of exposure to deadly dust due to the presence of deadly dust in many older buildings, as well as deadly dust in protective clothing.
Industrial maintenance: Workers who performed maintenance, repair, or demolition on industrial equipment and buildings were at risk of exposure to deadly dust.