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Asbestos is a very useful, but highly toxic naturally occurring mineral, which was widely used in the construction industry. Asbestos has been used in materials for insulation, roofing shingles, ceiling and floor tiles, fire retardants, and cement products. It has also been used in automobile parts like the clutch, brake and transmission. Although the use of asbestos is not banned, its use is highly regulated because of the risks to human health associated with asbestos exposure.

If you or a family member has been affected by asbestos exposure, you may be entitled to financial compensation for the damages you have suffered as a result. A New York asbestos lawyer can help you through the legal process to get the compensation you deserve. For more information about getting compensation for injuries associated with asbestos exposure, you should speak to a New York asbestos lawyer. Dennis Herron & Associates can help you understand your rights and pursue your claim.

  • Dennis Herron & Associates is a personal injury law firm helping clients who have been injured or have lost a family member due to the wrongdoing of another.
  • For over 25 years, we have been making a difference in the lives of clients by giving them cost-effective representation in their most important and complex cases.
  • We have secured millions in compensation for widows and retirees who have been affected by asbestos exposure.

If you have lost a family member to disease caused by asbestos exposure, or you have been injured from asbestos exposure, Dennis Herron & Associates can help you understand the law and secure your legal entitlements. Call us today at (585) 244-6000 to schedule an appointment with one of our experienced New York asbestos lawyers.

Asbestos-Related Illnesses

People can be exposed to asbestos without even realizing it. Asbestos fibers are very small, but prolonged inhalation can accumulate in the lungs and cause long-term debilitating illnesses for the victim. Which is why although asbestos is not banned, there are regulations guiding the permissible levels of asbestos that can be contained in any product or environment.

Asbestos exposure has been linked to major lung conditions including mesothelioma, asbestosis, and lung cancer. It can take years for these illnesses to develop after asbestos exposure.

Getting Compensation for Injury or Death Associated with Asbestos Exposure

A successful claim for asbestos-related injury or death will necessarily involve the testimony or an expert. A victim of asbestos-related injury or death must prove the following:

  • They were exposed to asbestos;
  • Asbestos is capable of causing the particular illness or injury they are suffering from; and
  • The victim was exposed to sufficient levels of asbestos to cause their illness or injury.

The victim must be able to provide evidence that they were exposed to levels of asbestos that are known to cause the kind of injury they suffered. Getting this type of evidence requires the skill and knowledge of legal and scientific professionals with in-depth experience about asbestos cases. To increase your chances of getting the compensation you deserve, you will need an asbestos lawyer who has the experience and resources to put together a compelling case for you. At Dennis Herron & Associates, our proven results in asbestos cases speaks to our ability to understand your asbestos case and devise a strategy to get the best results possible for you.

Contact the Skilled Team at Dennis Herron & Associates for Help with Your Asbestos Case

If you are suffering from an asbestos-related illness or lost a loved one to an asbestos-related illness, we can help you. You may be entitled to compensation for past and future pain and suffering, past and future loss of consortium, medical expenses, and funeral expenses. We have secured six figure settlements for victims of asbestos exposure, we can help you too. Contact the New York asbestos team at Dennis Herron & Associates to find out how we can help in your case. Call us at (585) 244-6000 to schedule a consultation and case review.


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