Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning Workers

New York HVAC Asbestos Lawyer

There are no small number of older buildings in New York, many of which require HVAC services such as repair and upgrading. Unfortunately, thousands of buildings throughout New York still contain asbestos, increasing HVAC workers asbestos-exposure risks. Known for its fire resistance and ability to absorb heat, asbestos was common in and around heating systems and ventilation until the 1980s.

If you have been exposed to asbestos while working as an HVAC technician, even if your exposure took place years ago, you are at risk for asbestos-related illness such as mesothelioma. If you have been diagnosed with an asbestos-related illness, speak with a New York asbestos attorney and find out how you may be entitled to significant compensation for medical expenses and related damages.

Schedule a free consultation regarding asbestos exposure at The Williams Law Firm, P.C. by calling

ASBESTOS EXPOSURE

Asbestos was used for decades in a number of building materials. While harmless when left alone, once disturbed asbestos releases tiny particles that can easily be inhaled, leading to cancer of the lung and other serious illness. Once exposed, it can take decades for symptoms of asbestos-related illness to occur, but you may still be entitled to compensation regardless of when your exposure took place.

HVAC workers may face asbestos exposure when working with or near the following:

  • JOINT COMPOUNDS
  • INSULATION
  • SIDING
  • PAINT TEXTURE
  • CEMENT
  • AIR DUCTS

New York asbestos attorney Joseph Williams is committed to helping victims of mesothelioma, asbestosis, and related diseases get justice. He welcomes an opportunity to meet with you for a cost-free consultation where he can answer your questions, discuss your rights, and help you choose the best way to get every penny you are due.

ATTORNEY WILLIAMS SERVES HVAC WORKERS SUFFERING FROM ASBESTOS-RELATED ILLNESS IN MANHATTAN, THE BRONX, QUEENS, STATEN ISLAND, AND ACROSS THE UNITED STATES. CALL (212) 668-1122 TO START DISCUSSING YOUR CASE.

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