Mesothelioma Lawyers Who Understand Asbestos Products Litigation

The versatility, strength, flexibility, and resistance to chemicals, heat and flame of asbestos helped to make it one of the most widely-used "product enhancers" of the 20th century. It was the miracle mineral that could make almost any product more efficient.

However, studies began to show that people who were exposed to asbestos through workplace exposures, consumer products or construction materials were being deleteriously harmed. As such, it comes as no surprise that the use of asbestos in the 21st century has strongly declined.

The lawyers at Robert Peirce & Associates, P.C., handle mesothelioma lawsuits for people in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and the Eastern United States. If you or a family member is now suffering from mesothelioma — don't hesitate to call or contact our firm for a free consultation today.

Helping People In Pennsylvania, West Virginia And The Eastern United States

For much of the 20th century, asbestos was widely available to the manufacturing industries of America. As a result, literally thousands of different household, commercial and industrial products were made using this mineral. Some of the more common products that put people at risk for asbestos exposure include:

  • Home insulation
  • Pipe and ductwork insulation
  • Boilers
  • Electrical wiring insulation
  • Fireproof textiles
  • Plaster and spackling compounds
  • Joint compounds and adhesives
  • Asbestos cement pipe
  • Cement wallboard and cement siding
  • Roofing shingles
  • Floor tiles and ceiling tiles
  • Pipe gaskets
  • Industrial gaskets and packings
  • Automotive gaskets, brakes and clutches
  • Railroad brakes, brake shoes, brake pads, and clutches
  • Small home appliances that contained heating elements

Lean On Our Experience In The Law

At Robert Peirce & Associates, P.C., we have been fighting to obtain justice and compensation on behalf of those who suffer from mesothelioma and their families since the mid-1990s.

For a free consultation and to talk about your potential claims with an attorney — contact us by email, or call us at 412-281-7229 or 866-273-1941. We provide representation in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and throughout the Eastern United States.

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