Experienced Mesothelioma Attorneys Helping Seek Compensation for Victims of Navy Veteran Asbestos Exposure

If you or a loved one served in the United States Navy, there is a good chance you were exposed to asbestos back in the 1950s or 1960s. Watch this video by dedicated New York mesothelioma attorney Mathew J. Morton as he discusses asbestos exposure in the Navy and how our law firm can help you seek justice.

The engineering spaces aboard many of the United States Navy ships and vessels all utilized asbestos-containing insulation and equipment. The boiler rooms and engine rooms were very tight quartered spaces. They had to be to preserve space for the ship.

All of the asbestos-containing equipment on the ship had to be constantly repaired, which was done by the Machinist mates and the Boilermakers aboard the ships.

If you or a loved one served in the US Navy and now have mesothelioma or lung cancer, please contact us for a free consultation to learn about Navy veteran asbestos exposure and how we can help you recover compensation for your injuries.