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Armstrong International Inc.

Workers Exposed to Asbestos

Established in 1900 as a family-owned company, Armstrong International Inc. has now expanded to over 3000 workers around the world. Over the years, they became renowned for their energy products, such as steam and condensate products, hot water solutions, heat transfer systems, refrigeration equipment, flow measurement solutions, and humidification equipment. For years, Armstrong International used asbestos in manufacturing their products, thus putting their workers at risk of developing lung diseases.

Former Armstrong International Inc. Employees May Be at Risk of Developing Asbestos-Related Lung Diseases

Asbestos is a known carcinogen that can cause diseases such as asbestosis, lung cancer, mesothelioma, and various other serious respiratory issues. Even though the risk it has on human health has been known ever since 1920, companies have still chosen to use it in their products. Armstrong International is no exception, manufacturing steam traps that contained asbestos, such as valves and gaskets. Their products were used in various industries, from chemical companies and mining corporations to food processing plants, ships, and shipyards.

If you are a former Armstrong International employee, you need to keep your health in check. As asbestos-related diseases can take many years to develop and start showing signs, taking regular X-rays is a wise precaution. Our specialists offer free screening, to help determine if you have cause for concern. Contact us for more information, and we will gladly answer all your questions.

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Developing an Asbestos-Related Lung Disease Due to a Faulty Work Environment, Entitles You to Compensation

When it comes to asbestos exposure, there is no safe way around it. Anyone working in an asbestos-contaminated environment is at risk. Manufacturing and handling products that contain it, can release small fibers into the air thus putting the workers at risk of inhaling it and over time, developing serious lung disease.

If you are a former employee of Armstrong Industries, who has been diagnosed with asbestos-related lung disease, you need to take action and get compensated. Our team has already helped thousands of victims file claims and receive proper compensation. Contact us, and we will analyze your case and help you.