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Alfa Laval Inc.

Workers Exposed to Asbestos

Alfa Laval Inc. is a global company that provides industrial products for heat separation, heat transfer and fluid transfer in energy, environment, transportation and other industries. As a manufacturer and distributor of heat-related products, asbestos has been a component used for its thermo-resistant qualities. Former employees of Alfa Laval Inc. might be at risk of developing asbestos-related lung disease.

Former Alfa Laval Inc. Workers Need to Pay Close Attention to Their Health

Asbestos is a naturally formed mineral that has heat resistant properties. This particular quality, plus its durability has made it an attractive material for a various number of industries that have incorporated it in their products, up until 1980 when its use has been regulated. Regardless, during the manufacturing or maintenance process of products that contain it, small asbestos fibers get released into the air, contaminating it. If you are a former Alfa Laval employee, you need to pay attention to your health. Asbestos fibers can get caught in the lungs and accumulate over time, thus leading to the possible development of serious lung disease. Our specialists are offering free screenings based on your latest X-rays, in order to determine whether or not you may be at risk. If you have any questions regarding the subject of asbestos-related lung diseases, please contact us and we will gladly provide more information.

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If You Were Diagnosed with an Asbestos-Related Lung Disease, You Have the Right to Receive Compensation


Due to their use of asbestos, Alfa Laval is no stranger to lawsuits surrounding their faulty work environment that resulted in their workers' debilitating health. Many of their products were made using asbestos-containing insulation. Workers handling or manufacturing these products who have developed an asbestos-related disease can get compensated.

ELG has helped asbestos victims for more than 25 years. If you are a victim of a faulty work environment, contact us and we will help you file a claim and get compensated. The process is simple and requires no litigation. You need to keep in mind though, that these cases have a statute of limitations on them, so you need to take action as soon as possible.