Mesowatch Appeals to Florida Chemical Plant Workers Diagnosed with Mesothelioma or Lung Cancer to Call for Immediate Lawsuit Settlement Assistance with Leading Nationwide Asbestos Exposure Attorneys

“Mesowatch is committed to providing you with trusted legal assistance on mesothelioma and lung cancer and other types of lung cancer. You can count on Mesowatch to help you protect your rights and get the legal assistance you deserve.”
Mesowatch focuses on assisting with the fastest trial dates and settlements possible for Florida chemical plant workers diagnosed with mesothelioma or lung cancer who were exposed to asbestos in the the workplace. Unfortunately, although many of these products were banned over 30 years ago, many of those products are still in use today. The Mesowatch Free Legal Help Line at 800-956-9876 is here to offer immediate free case evaluations from experienced mesothelioma and lung cancer attorneys.

With so many chemical plants in Florida, this industry containing an extremely high risk of asbestos exposure, chemical plant workers are faced with incredible danger of developing mesothelioma or lung cancer after years of asbestos exposure. Asbestos gaskets were used to prevent overheating as well as to prevent leakage between solid surfaces in plants and was also commonly used during plant construction. Asbestos has been added to concrete as a lubricant during construction, as well as in cement blocks that were a major component in building chemical plants.

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Asbestos is used in chemical plants because it is heat-resistant and flame-retardant, and also soft and pliable, and highly volatile. Workers were exposed to different types of asbestos products such as machinery and equipment insulated with asbestos, such as pipes, pumps, valves, furnaces, boilers, ovens and driers, radiator stop-leak products, Bunsen burner pads, gaskets, mixers and grinders, as well as building materials in plant construction.

The phenolic compounds they produced for plastic manufacturers also commonly contained asbestos. Chemical plant workers also wear protective clothing like gloves, aprons, coveralls and face masks insulated with asbestos for protection against heat and burns, and from chemical reactions as well. With all of this asbestos in their immediate work environment, chemical plant workers were not only touching asbestos on a regular basis but breathing it in constantly.

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All chemical plant workers were usually exposed to high levels of asbestos on a daily basis, Not only were employees exposed to asbestos but local citizens as well, as plant workers could carry fibers home from work, exposing family members in the home to to asbestos through a method known as secondary exposure.

Many national chemical plants are now considered “Superfund” toxic sites by the US EPA. Superfund sites are polluted locations requiring a long-term response to clean up hazardous material contaminations. However, the Mesowatch asbestos exposure litigation team is ready to assist in calculating exposure while discussing your work history. The EPA website provides a list of national priority sites determined to be “Superfund” sites because of their toxicity.

About 3,000 US citizens are diagnosed with mesothelioma or lung cancer each year due to past asbestos exposure. According to the CDC a mesothelioma or lung cancer victim is an average age of 72 and initially misdiagnosed due to pneumonia symptoms like serious cough, chest pain, and trouble breathing. With the initial delayed symptoms not appearing until up to 40 years after asbestos exposure the delay causes these aggressive cancers to take a toll very quickly.

Mesowatch provides the following tips for Florida chemical plant workers to gain quality legal assistance in lawsuits and settlements:

• Florida chemical plant workers diagnosed with mesothelioma or lung cancer should have the most skilled and experienced attorneys on their side, helping with faster trial dates and settlements. Call the Free Legal Help Line at 800-956-9876 for immediate access to experienced attorneys ready to listen to your case and set up your case.

• Mesowatch connects asbestos expsure victims with skilled and experienced mesothelioma and lung cancer compensation attorneys right away, scheduling the fastest trial dates and working toward immediate settlements. With your first hand information Mesowatch is ready to get your results right away.

According to Mesowatch, “Our approach is simple yet strong: asbestos victims and their families have every right to the support of experienced mesothelioma and lung cancer lawyers prepared to work persistently for your benefit. By calling the Mesowatch Asbestos Law Center at 800-956-9876 you will be able to speak immediately with an experienced attorney who understands the need to process your case in a timely manner, working with all available resources to help you efficiently through this difficult time.”

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