Asbestos floor tiles

In order for these tiles to be installed, the workers had to cut them to size. During this process, asbestos dust would gather and dangerous fibers would rise into the air, where they could easily be inhaled by anyone on the working site.

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This product was usually manufactured with materials found in nature, such as stone, ceramic, marble, wood and clay, or artificial ones, like vinyl and resin polymers. Until the 1980s, the floor tiles’ ability to sustain damage from fire came from the asbestos fiber added in their production process.

The toxicity of floor tiles was pretty low as long as they remained intact. The risk of them getting friable in time was almost nonexistent. By cutting or damaging them when removal was required, made the asbestos containing tiles to release asbestos dust in the nearby environment. You could have been exposed if:

  • You found yourself working in old structures
  • You helped install or remove asbestos floor tiles
  • You performed demolition work
  • You did remodeling work in old buildings
  • You entered in contact with the clothes or the gear covered in asbestos dust

Companies liable for manufacturing or use of asbestos floor tiles

How can we help workers that worked with or around asbestos floor tiles

We have the knowledge that will provide you with the right information regarding the exposure to construction materials that contained asbestos fibers, like the floor tiles you used in your line of work. For you to get compensated, we will file claims with the asbestos trust funds of the companies that endangered your health.

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