While all types of asbestos are dangerous, the type of asbestos considered the most hazardous is Crocidolite asbestos, also referred to as "blue asbestos".
The ultra-fine, sharp fibers of Crocidolite asbestos make it very easy to inhale. As asbestos fibers are inhaled, they may become lodged in the lining of the lung (pleura). Over time, the damage to the cells in the lung lining may lead to the development of mesothelioma or other asbestos-related diseases.
This extremely hazardous form of asbestos was used in products, such as insulation, cement, and tiles, and is widely believed to be responsible for more deaths than any other form of asbestos.
Our firm is experienced and dedicated to precisely that kind of investigation, and we are almost always able to determine the Asbestos exposure even in cases where the source is unknown to the family.
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QUESTION 1: Who Is The Person Injured By Asbestos?
Q1: Who Is The Person Injured By Asbestos?