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YOUR PEACE OF MIND
We Provide Aggressive Representation and Compassionate Support for Mesothelioma and Asbestos Cancer Victims
Before it was legislated out of use, asbestos was used widely as a cheap and efficient insulator and fire retardant. Asbestos was used in thousands of commercial products, from construction materials to clothing. Decades after exposure to these products and materials, the devastating disease mesothelioma may develop. Since asbestos was only eliminated from most products in the late 1980s, new cases of asbestos-related illnesses are being diagnosed every day.
The Throneberry Law Group travels nationwide to investigate the connection between asbestos diseases and the specific products and materials containing asbestos that you may encountered over your life. Our attorneys work fast to document the known or likely exposure to bring suit against asbestos suppliers, product manufacturers and companies that exposed workers to asbestos products despite the known hazards. We are often able to identify the specific product responsible for your illness, even the model or year of that product, and match it to a specific period in your life or work history.List of Common Products and Materials Containing Asbestos
There are over 3600 known products and materials that contain asbestos. The complete list of asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) is too substantial to list all in one page. Here is a list of common materials that have affected many mesothelioma victims:
This is a general list of products you may have encountered. For a more complete evaluation of what you may have been exposed to, contact our lawyers for a free consultation. While our main office is located in Illinois, we travel to you to discuss your case and begin our investigation of your asbestos-related illness. It costs nothing to get started — call (888) 506-1131 or email us to get started.
In addition to these products, be mindful of the list below of suppliers, manufacturers and brands that have been known to make materials that contain asbestos: