Attorneys For Former Workers At The Superdome Site That Have Been Diagnosed With Mesothelioma Or Have Recently Died
There is solid evidence that many of the people who worked on the construction of the Louisiana Superdome were exposed to asbestos, and many have developed asbestos-related diseases like mesothelioma in subsequent decades.
If you were part of the workforce that constructed the Louisiana Superdome in the early 1970s, your risk for developing a disease like mesothelioma may be higher than that of the general population.
Because the Superdome was built prior to a widespread awareness of the risks of asbestos and the enhanced regulations that went into effect in the years after, workers in a variety of disciplines may have been exposed to airborne asbestos fibers.
The problem with asbestos is that it is comprised of microscopic fibers that are light but rigid. Asbestos has been used in thousands of applications over a period of many centuries, and during the construction of the Superdome, asbestos was widely used as an insulator and fireproofing agent. When asbestos tears or breaks, the small fibers break loose and can contaminate even a large space.
The Superdome is full of large spaces, and steel workers, pipe fitters, electricians and other workers may have inadvertently inhaled or swallowed airborne fibers, where they could become lodged in body tissue, and ultimately lead to diseases like mesothelioma.
Mesothelioma Lawsuit To Collect Compensation & Benefits
At The Gertler Law Firm, we specialize in connecting Louisiana workers with asbestos-linked diseases to the resources they need to combat mesothelioma and protect their families.
Because of the long-term, widespread exposure to workers at sites like the Louisiana Superdome, many institutions have set aside mesothelioma trust funds to make sure that workers and their families are compensated for the injuries.
We work with families just like yours to ensure that your claims are handled promptly and professionally, and that you get the help you need as soon as possible. Call us today at (504) 581-6411 for a free consultation with an experienced Louisiana mesothelioma attorney.