Insulation Worker Mesothelioma Lawyers

Insulation workers are at a high risk of developing mesothelioma, a rare and aggressive cancer caused by exposure to asbestos. Many insulation materials used before the 1980s contained asbestos, putting these workers in danger of inhaling or ingesting harmful fibers on the job.

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Insulation workers may have been exposed to asbestos while installing, repairing, or removing insulation in various settings, such as buildings, ships, and industrial facilities. 

If you or a loved one worked as an insulator and have been diagnosed with mesothelioma, the dedicated insulation worker mesothelioma lawyers at Meirowitz & Wasserberg can help. Call (844) 446-9529 or fill out our online contact form to schedule your free consultation.

How Our Insulation Worker Mesothelioma Lawyers Can Help You

The skilled mesothelioma lawyers at Meirowitz & Wasserberg proudly provide compassionate legal counsel and aggressive representation to individuals harmed by asbestos-containing products. Nothing is more important to our firm than our clients. 

We have successfully represented injured people seeking justice and accountability, working tirelessly to maximize compensation for their damages. Because we believe in fighting for the rights of hardworking individuals and families, we strive to live up to our mantra: “We Represent People, Not Corporations.” 

Founding partners Samuel Meirowitz and Daniel Wasserberg are nationally recognized trial attorneys. Sam is listed as a Top 100 Trial Lawyer by The National Trial Lawyers. Dan has a national reputation amongst plaintiffs and defendants as a driven attorney who consistently delivers outstanding results. 

Our firm has decades of combined experience and has secured over $360+ million in settlements and verdicts for our clients. Here is what some of our clients have to say about the high quality of our services:

“My dad was an 84-year-old steamfitter who developed lung problems due to asbestos. Searching high and dry for an attorney, nobody wanted his case. Heard from a doctor about Meirowitz & Wassenberg. Gave them a call. Within a day, they sent attorney Bonnie Stienwolf to his house. Being a 638 steamfitter I was amazed Bonnie knew more about my business than both me and my son. She advised me all the way through, and approximately ten months later the settlements started coming in. For all you asbestos sufferers out there with this horrible disease, you’re crazy if you use any other law firm. They’re fast, knowledgeable, sympathetic, and understanding. Proven winners. On behalf of the Petro family, we send our sincere thank you to Sam, Daniel, Bonnie, and the entire team at Meirowitz & Wasserberg. With sincere thanks.”

– Mr. James Petro and family

“Clark Rosengarten has walked me through my late father’s asbestos case thus far. He is very kind, thorough, and responsive! I wasn’t sure how all of this would work. Thanks to Clark, the process has been moving along smoothly.”

– Andres Jones

“The lawyers at Meirowitz & Wasserberg were a tremendous help in my asbestos exposure case. They immediately took me under their wing and laid out the process of my case. From start to finish, I was kept in the loop and was always the first person to know about anything that happened with my case. 10/10 would recommend.”

– Rois Baker

Understanding Mesothelioma Laws and Regulations

Federal laws and regulations govern asbestos exposure in the insulation industry. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has established strict guidelines for handling asbestos-containing materials and protecting workers from exposure. Employers must provide proper training, protective equipment, and safety measures to minimize the risk of asbestos-related diseases.

Insulation workers diagnosed with occupational mesothelioma have many legal options available to them, including filing a lawsuit against manufacturers of asbestos-containing products or pursuing a workers’ compensation claim. An experienced mesothelioma lawyer for insulation workers can help you understand your rights and guide you through the legal process.

Importance of Legal Representation in Insulation Worker Mesothelioma Claims

Hiring a skilled asbestos exposure attorney for insulation workers is crucial for navigating the complex legal landscape surrounding mesothelioma claims. Choosing a mesothelioma lawyer with a deep understanding of insulation workers’ unique challenges is essential. 

Our legal team will gather evidence to build the strongest case possible on your behalf. Your legal representative in your insulation worker mesothelioma case will identify all potentially liable parties, such as manufacturers of asbestos-containing insulation products, and pursue claims against them. They will also handle all communication with the at-fault parties and their insurers, ensuring your rights are protected throughout the legal process.

Available Compensation for Insulation Worker Mesothelioma Victims

Insulation workers diagnosed with mesothelioma may be entitled to a wide range of mesothelioma compensation, including for:

  • Hospital stays and doctor visits
  • Medications and lab expenses
  • Travel to and from medical facilities
  • Projected lifetime medical expenses
  • Assistive devices, personal care, and related domestic services
  • Lost wages and reduced earning capacity
  • Lost job benefits
  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of bodily functions
  • Loss of enjoyment of life

Our skilled attorneys at Meirowitz & Wasserberg have a proven track record of securing substantial settlements and verdicts. Notable case results include:

Led by Danny Kraft, we secured a $28,500,000 verdict against three joint defendants for an asbestos-related lung cancer case in New York City.

We secured over $3,400,000 settlement for a Navy boiler tender who went on to be a boiler-room operator and contracted mesothelioma but was unable to testify on his own behalf.

What Is the Time Limit To File for an Insulation Worker Mesothelioma Case?

Each state has a mesothelioma statute of limitations that sets a time limit for filing a lawsuit. The deadline varies, so it is crucial to consult with an experienced mesothelioma lawyer for insulation workers as soon as possible after a diagnosis to ensure you file your claim before it passes. Failure to do so will destroy your right to seek legal compensation.

Insulation Industry Asbestos Exposure Risks and Prevention

Mesothelioma, including pleural mesothelioma, has a long latency period. Symptoms often do not appear until 20-40 years after initial asbestos exposure. This can make it challenging to link the disease to its original cause.

The insulation industry poses significant asbestos exposure risks due to the widespread use of asbestos-containing materials. To protect themselves, insulation workers should:

  • Avoid disturbing asbestos-containing materials until proper assessment and control measures are in place.
  • Refrain from smoking, eating, or drinking in areas where asbestos exposure is possible.
  • For dust and debris that may contain asbestos, use wet methods instead of dry sweeping, shoveling, or other dry clean-up techniques.
  • Wet materials before and during cutting, breaking, or other work that could release asbestos fibers into the air.
  • Wear removable protective clothing that can be cleaned or discarded after encountering asbestos-containing materials.
  • Use an approved respirator when working with asbestos-containing materials to prevent inhaling dangerous fibers.
  • Thoroughly wash exposed body parts with soap and water after working with asbestos.
  • Take precautions to avoid carrying asbestos fibers out of the worksite on clothing or equipment, as this can lead to secondary exposure for others, such as family members at home.

By taking these precautions and working with experienced insulation asbestos exposure legal counsel, insulation workers can minimize their risk of developing mesothelioma and other asbestos-related diseases.

Common Sources of Asbestos Exposure for Insulators

Insulation workers may be exposed to asbestos through various materials and environments, including:

  • Thermal block insulation
  • Insulating and refractory cement
  • Spray-on insulation
  • Loose-fill insulation
  • Foam insulation
  • Insulation around boilers, compressors, furnaces, tanks, vessels, turbines, pumps, valves, and steam pipes

When cutting, drilling, removing, or otherwise disturbing these materials, insulators may inadvertently release asbestos fibers into the air, potentially causing inhalation or ingestion.

Contact an Experienced Insulation Worker Mesothelioma Lawyer Today

If you or a loved one worked as an insulator and have been diagnosed with mesothelioma, it is essential to seek legal recourse for insulation worker mesothelioma victims. The dedicated asbestos lawyers at Meirowitz & Wasserberg are here to provide the compassionate support and aggressive legal representation you need to pursue the full and fair compensation you deserve.

Schedule your free consultation with our insulation worker mesothelioma lawyers today by calling (844) 446-9529 or filling out our online contact form. We will work tirelessly to hold responsible parties accountable.


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