Asbestos is composed of minerals that have very thin, microscopic fibers that are resistant to heat, fire, and chemicals.

Used in a variety of industries, many individuals have come into contact with it.

If something containing asbestos is altered or disturbed, the microscopic fibers within the asbestos may be let into the air.

If asbestos minerals are breathed into the lungs, they may become trapped, eventually causing health problems for the individual.

Some of the resulting problems of asbestos poisoning are inflammatory conditions, asbestosis, mesothelioma, cancer of the lungs, and a host of other lung issues.

With that said, if your place of work has led to asbestos or mesothelioma poisoning, a Findlay workers’ compensation lawyer can assist in recovering damages on your behalf and ensuring you know what to expect throughout the claims process.


Many individuals are exposed to asbestos through their work. The most common workers to experience asbestos poisoning are those that are in the following industries:

  • Factory work
  • Construction
  • Railroad
  • Automotive

When a person exposed to asbestos breathes in the fibers, they are exposed to the minerals. There are different factors that affect the degree to which the asbestos poisoning is, such as:

  • How much asbestos the individual was exposed to
  • How long the individual was around the asbestos
  • The asbestos chemical makeup
  • Other lung problems the individual may have
    **Smoking further increases the damage and risk of asbestos poisoning.


Symptoms do not occur until 20 to 30 years after the individual has been exposed to the asbestos. These symptoms are:

  • Shortness of breath
  • Chest pain and coughing
  • Finger deformity
  • Suffering from Asbestos Poisoning

Sadly, there is no cure or treatment to reverse the asbestos poisoning, but the only thing you can do is prevent the disease from progressing further. Those that suffer from asbestos poisoning might turn to inhalers to help with their issues, with the only other option of care being a lung transplant.

Contacting a Findlay Asbestos Attorney

If you have been exposed to asbestos and have suffered the unfortunate symptoms and conditions explain above, call a Findlay asbestos lawyer. Our lawyers will review your symptoms and condition over the phone and help you to take the next steps toward legal action.

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