During the construction of the Xerox Tower, workers utilized asbestos-containing materials. This included fireproof insulation, pipe covering, insulating cement, and block insulation. Workers who handled materials that contained asbestos, or worked in the vicinity of others who did, are at high risk for developing an asbestos-related disease, such as mesothelioma. If you or a loved one worked at Xerox in Western New York and were exposed to asbestos, please contact Lipsitz, Ponterio & Comerford, LLC regarding your legal rights pertaining to Xerox asbestos exposure.

Xerox asbestos exposure is unfortunately common for those working on the construction of the Xerox towers. We have represented numerous Xerox Tower employees who were exposed to asbestos.

In the 1960s, Xerox went through a lot of construction of new buildings. The construction of those buildings exposed the workers at Xerox to asbestos.

The fireproofing spray, drywall work, electrical work, and installation of the piping in these new buildings, all exposed the employees at Xerox to asbestos.

Outside contractors at Xerox were also exposed to asbestos while working at Xerox.

Many union and non-union laborers who worked on the construction of the Xerox Tower were employed by various contractors throughout Western New York. If you or a loved one were once employed in connection with the construction of Xerox Tower and have been diagnosed with mesothelioma or lung cancer, we urge you to contact us for a free and confidential evaluation.

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Since 1995, the attorneys at Lipsitz, Ponterio & Comerford, LLC have been helping clients in Buffalo, Rochester, and Syracuse, NY, who have been injured due to asbestos exposure. Through our tireless efforts, we have helped to shape and reform asbestos laws throughout the state of New York. We have a full team of lawyers devoted to representing people exposed to asbestos.

If you have been diagnosed with mesothelioma or lung cancer, please contact us today and we will schedule an appointment to come to your home and meet with you and your family to explain your legal rights.