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Aircraft Workers

Exposed to Asbestos at their workplace

In this industry asbestos was mainly used for insulating electrical components on planes and other aircrafts but its use was extended to brake pads and adhesives. By performing maintenance work around these machines, people were exposed to asbestos fibers when they needed to change damaged wiring or engine components where asbestos was found in a friable state making it easy to crumble and release particles around the workers.

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Concerning the brake pads, they suffered extensive damage on the outer layer where asbestos was found and when it was time to replace them, the worker was in direct contact with the asbestos dust gathered there. An additional risk was found when parts glued to the airplane needed to be removed. In this process, the deteriorated adhesives would release microscopic asbestos particles in the worker’s environment.

The diseases related to asbestos exposure were proven to have grim repercussions on the unfortunate people that have worked on these sites. And what’s worse is that the symptoms of diseases like mesothelioma or asbestosis develop in 10 to 40 years and failing to get a proper diagnosis in time lead to fatal results.

Relevant Job Titles

  • engineman
  • engine apprentice
  • aircraft service technician
  • aircraft mechanic
  • aircraft servicer

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We also represent the close relatives of aircraft workers that handled asbestos and are now sick or have passed away.

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Diseases Contracted after Asbestos Exposure in aircraft workers

Having been exposed to asbestos repeatedly, the plant workers and their families have a high risk of developing asbestos-related illnesses. These illnesses consist not only of pulmonary affections but also of different types of cancers, all of which can result in fatal resolutions.

Lung cancer Mesothelioma Asbestosis Gallbladder Cancer Kidney Cancer Laryngeal/Esophageal Cancer Gastrointestinal Cancer Colon/Colorectal Cancer Ovarian Cancer Pulmonary Fibrosis

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How can we help aircraft workers that were exposed to asbestos?

If you believe that you have been subjected to asbestos exposure in your line of work, get in contact with our team of lawyers so you can get examined in the shortest time possible and see what your legal options are.

Knowing that your health has been affected as an aircraft worker, you can start searching for justice and we are here to help you obtain it. Having an extensive experience in similar cases to yours, we will gather the information needed, submit the legal documents and file claims with the asbestos trust funds.

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