How to Prove the Source of Asbestos Exposure
It may have been decades since you were exposed to asbestos, but you are just now feeling the effects. When pursuing an asbestos lawsuit, we fill in the blanks of what happened years ago. How were you exposed to asbestos? What party or parties are responsible for your exposure?
At Waddell Anderman Law Firm, we have the skills, experience and resources to prove the source of asbestos exposure, helping clients who suffer from mesothelioma and other asbestos-related diseases pursue fair and just compensation for their losses. Our attorneys know how to find the facts that lead to a successful case. Contact us today to speak with an experienced Louisiana asbestos attorney.
Proving the Source of Asbestos
When handling an asbestos case, we must prove when, where and how you were exposed. For instance, we will look at a client’s work history to determine if he or she worked in an at-risk job environment.
Asbestos exposure does not always happen in the workplace. A person with an asbestos-related disease may have come into contact by using a product that was made with asbestos. Others may have been exposed to asbestos because their family members unknowingly carried the dangerous particles home on their clothing.
In conducting a thorough investigation into an asbestos case, we work to narrow a potential list of defendants. Depending on the circumstances of the case, the liable party could be a former employer, a property owner, product manufacturer, construction company, or other party.
Our attorneys have nationwide experience handling asbestos cases. We work with an elite team of experts who help us investigate claims and find the facts. If we take your case, we will put our meticulous investigative approach to work for you, helping you pursue answers as well as compensation.
Contact a Louisiana Mesothelioma Lawyer
If you suffer from an asbestos-related disease, we are here to stand up for your rights. Contact us today to speak with an experienced attorney. We offer free initial consultations, and we get paid on a contingent fee basis — you won’t owe us a thing unless we win results for you.