Who Is At Risk For Mesothelioma?

Industrial Workers Have The Highest Exposure Rates

Mesothelioma is a cancer that typically takes many years to develop and is often not diagnosed until it has reached an advanced stage. Because it is caused primarily by asbestos exposure, people who inhale or ingest asbestos fibers are at the greatest risk for developing this cancer. Workers in certain industrial occupations have had the highest exposure to asbestos. In addition, their families can inhale or ingest asbestos fibers brought home on the workers and their clothing.

Kelley & Ferraro, LLP, provides representation to mesothelioma victims and their families. Our experience with these complex cases means that we understand the legal and emotional issues involved. Our attorneys have worked with thousands of victims and their families. We have seen the devastation this cancer causes and have dedicated our careers to seeking justice for the people affected.

For a free consultation, please call 216-202-3450, 800-398-1795 toll free or contact us online. We represent asbestos and mesothelioma clients nationwide.

Many defendant asbestos companies are or were based in Ohio and/or have or had large operations here. Our state's industrial history involving manufacturing means that some of the most common jobs, industries and workplaces causing asbestos exposure and mesothelioma in Ohio include:

  • Steel
  • Auto and auto parts manufacturing
  • Iron work
  • Mill work
  • Electric and power plants
  • Pipefitting
  • Construction
  • Railroads
  • Chemical companies
  • Oil refineries
  • Glass manufacturing
  • Cement manufacturing
  • Rubber manufacturing
  • Paper mills
  • Plastics

This is only a partial list; more occupations can be found here. Regardless of your occupation or location, we may be able to help you if you were exposed to asbestos in the workplace or if you experienced secondhand exposure because of a family member's job.

Contact A Mesothelioma Claim Lawyer

Please call our office in Cleveland at 800-398-1795 to schedule a free consultation.