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Distributors of Asbestos-Containing Products – Information from Our Pennsylvania and New Jersey Asbestos Attorney Team
Much like the manufacturers of asbestos products, contractors and distributors of asbestos products must also ensure that workers and consumers are safe from exposure to asbestos. The Occupational and Safety Health Administration (OSHA) enforces asbestos laws that protect workers. These laws define acceptable exposure levels for asbestos in the workplace. Employers are required to monitor exposure and create regulated work areas. They must also provide their employees with protective respiratory and clothing equipment, adequate hygiene facilities, routine health exams, and training on how to safely work with asbestos. If you have been subjected to asbestos exposure and/or have developed an asbestos-related illness, you may decide to retain a Pennsylvania or New Jersey asbestos attorney at Shein Law to file a lawsuit.
Asbestos has been used in a variety of industries and products in the United States. Some examples of products that contain asbestos include:
- Building materials, like cement and plastics
- Heat insulation and fire proofing
- Brake shoes and clutch pads in vehicles and airplanes
Examine our informational web pages about products, worksites, trades, and manufacturers that may put consumers and workers at risk for asbestos exposure. At our Pennsylvania or New Jersey offices, an asbestos attorney can help you file a lawsuit if you have been exposed to asbestos and developed a disease such as lung cancer or mesothelioma. Shein Law can help you obtain the compensation you are entitled to. Arrange an asbestos lawsuit evaluation today.
Many contractors and distributors of asbestos products have been successfully held liable for exposing individuals to dangerous levels of asbestos. The following list includes only a selection of asbestos contractors and distributors who may be found legally responsible for negligence or defective products. If the contractor or distributor you are looking for is not on this list, please contact Shein Law online or call 1-877-SHEINLAW (743-4652) to speak with an asbestos attorney in Pennsylvania or New Jersey.
Ace Hardware Corporation
Armstrong Contracting and Supply
Bayard Sales Corp.
Brand Insulations, Inc.
Charles Reichert Supply
Cooney Brothers, Inc.
Deacon Industrial Supply
Duggan & Marcon, Inc.
Ferguson Enterprises, Inc.
Grove Supply, Inc.
Herman Goldner Supply
J. Lorber Supply Company
McArdle Desco Corp.
Napa Auto Parts
New Deal Lumber
Sawbell Lumber Company
Sears Roebuck & Company
Sid Harvey Mid-Atlantic
Walter B. Gallagher Supply
William Betz Supply
If you believe you have been exposed to a dangerous amount of asbestos or have developed an asbestos-related illness, contact the Pennsylvania or New Jersey offices of Shein Law. An asbestos attorney from our firm can help you file a lawsuit to pursue the financial compensation you are entitled to. Victims of asbestos-exposure may be entitled to restitution from negligent employers, contractors, distributors and/or manufacturers for medical expenses, lost wages, diminished earning capacity, pain, and suffering. We have years of experience and are long-time advocates on behalf of the many Pennsylvania and New Jersey victims of asbestos exposure. We will hold responsible parties liable and make sure justice is served.
If you or a loved has been diagnosed with an asbestos-related illness, you may be eligible for an asbestos lawsuit. Contact a Philadelphia mesothelioma lawyer at the Shein Law today.