What If I'm Unsure Of My Asbestos Exposure?

Certain diseases, like mesothelioma and asbestosis are linked to past asbestos exposure. If you receive a diagnosis for one of these diseases or another type of cancer that could be linked such as lung cancer, there is no doubt you were exposed to asbestos.

As a client of Savinis, Kane, & Gallucci, L.L.C., you can focus on your health and family while we conduct the work of linking your disease to past asbestos exposure in order to build a strong claim for compensation on your behalf.

We Can Find Asbestos Exposure

One of the first things that many of our clients say to us is that they "never worked around asbestos." Many are not aware of just how pervasive the use of this deadly mineral was in all types of industries.

Two of the most common examples of unknown exposure include:

  • You could have been exposed at a summer job as a teenager before changing career paths as an adult
  • You could be the victim of second-hand exposure from a parent, spouse or grandparent

Additionally, if you worked in jobs involving the railroad, cement, steel production or pipefitting, it is likely you were exposed to asbestos at some point.

Clients are often surprised to learn that after just a few minutes of questioning about work history our attorneys are able to determine where the asbestos exposure occurred. From there, we can quickly get to work building a strong case against the companies that are liable for your illness.

Talk To Our Lawyers For Free

Do not let a fear of being wrong about asbestos exposure stop you from exploring your options. Chances are there was exposure at some point. We take all cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning you don't pay if we don't secure compensation for you. To get started, schedule your free consultation online or call our office in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, at 412-567-4931 or 866-473-7545.