Florida mesothelioma cancer lawyer: Wisconsin man files asbestos cancer lawsuit

West Palm mesothelioma attorney, Susan Ramsey, announces another asbestos lawsuit filed. Plant worker states secondary exposure to airborne asbestos fibers is responsible for mesothelioma diagnosis.

November 12, 2008, West Palm Beach, FL (JusticeNewsFlash.com)–Palm Beach County products liability attorney, Ramsey, informs another occupational exposure to asbestos containing products lawsuit has been filed. Wisconsin resident, Donald A. Doberstein filed a mesothelioma claim in Illinois’ Madison County Circuit Court on October 30, 2008. The lawsuit names various manufacturing companies, Sprinkmann Sons Corporation of Illinois, and Young Insulation Group of St. Louis, where these asbestos insulation and linings were commonplace.

Informed South Florida mesothelioma cancer attorney, Ramsey, with the law firm of Gary Roberts and Associates, outlines the following facts about asbestos exposure:

-Shipyards, oil refineries, and power plants typically contain high levels of asbestos containing products.
-Naval corpsmen, electricians, plumbers, oil refinery employees, construction workers and asbestos removal laborers are at higher risks of asbestos exposure.
-Mesothelioma lung cancer and other types of mesothelioma cancers are directly linked to asbestos exposure.

The concerned asbestos products liability attorney, Ramsey, advises if you or a loved one have been exposed to asbestos products, you may want to consult with medical experts specializing in mesothelioma cancer diagnosis and treatment. If you are suffering from a respiratory illness or a disease associated with secondary exposure to asbestos you may be entitled to compensation for you injuries and losses. A lawyer specializing in asbestos products claims may be able to help.

Media Contact: Susan Ramsey
Gary Roberts & Associates, P.A.
1675 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd.
(561) 686-1800
[email protected]


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