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Asbestos Block Insulation

You had to cut the asbestos blocks for fit depending on your project. During this process, the asbestos dust would accumulate in the area exposing you and the other workers in its vicinity to the microscopic asbestos fibers.

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PRODUCT USE

112 years
1978

This insulation product was sold as rigid slabs that were usually made with fiberglass, recycled rag, agricultural filler and a range of other materials. One such material was asbestos, as it had the properties required to make the block insulation resist longer to extreme heat.

Block insulation subjected the workers to asbestos exposure when they had to disturb the asbestos fibers, as they were cutting the blocks for fit or breaking them apart in order to remove them. In the process, asbestos dust would have been spread in their environment. You could have been exposed if:

  • You found yourself on construction sites where block insulation was used
  • You worked directly with block insulation
  • You performed demolition work
  • You were involved in asbestos abatement projects

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How Can We Help Workers that Worked with or around Asbestos Block Insulation

With our extensive experience in cases of asbestos exposure through the use or removal of block insulation, we can manage to get you compensated by filing claims against the asbestos trust funds of the companies that put you and your family in harm’s way.

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