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Aircraft mechanics who worked in both the private civilian sector as well as for the United States military may have been exposed to harmful asbestos fibers in the their workplaces. The aviation industry utilized asbestos for its heat resistant and fire retardant properties for many decades.
By the 1980s, these products were no longer being used, because of the confirmed link between asbestos and several dangerous diseases including mesothelioma.
Who Can I Speak to About Aviation Asbestos Exposure?
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with mesothelioma after working in the aviation industry, you should speak with a lawyer. Our trial attorneys can help you examine your case and explore your options. Knowing that you have options should be freeing. Knowing that you can take action after a workplace hazard caused you pain should be empowering. BCH can help you take action.
Exposure to Asbestos & Aircrafts
Several aircraft components contained asbestos prior to the 1980s, including:
- Engine insulation
- Brake pads
- Electrical insulation
- Glues containing asbestos to adhere parts on planes
Paints and insulation that contained asbestos were also used. For these reasons, aircraft mechanics were often exposed to the harmful substance, which is the only known cause for the dangerous and potentially fatal form of cancer known as mesothelioma.
Call BCH for a Free Case Review with Our Mesothelioma Lawyers
Our national mesothelioma trial attorneys have been in this business for 30 years. We are passionate about what we do and we believe strongly in the importance of advocacy for the injured. Let us stand up for your rights at this critical time. Contact our office at (888) 367-7160 for a free case review with our lawyers.
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