Asbestos Exposure Lawsuits — Nationwide

Strong, resistant to fire and a very effective insulator — the substance known as asbestos actually refers to a group of six naturally occurring fibrous minerals: chrysotile, amosite, crocidolite, tremolite, anthophylite and actinolite. While these fibers have been used by humans for thousands of years, asbestos use in the United States peaked between the end of World War II and the late 1970s. Since that time, health hazards associated with asbestos exposure have come into sharper focus, and industries have responded by curtailing or stopping their use of asbestos altogether.

For too many people, however, that response comes too late.

There’s no known level of “safe exposure” to asbestos for human beings. Our attorneys are skilled at piecing together the stories behind when, where and how people are exposed.

At Flint Law Firm, our lawyers represent people throughout the United States who have developed mesothelioma, asbestosis, lung cancer and other ailments as the result of an exposure to asbestos.

Used in thousands of products, some of the most common sources of exposure include:

  • Pipe and ductwork insulation
  • Cement
  • Ceiling, wall and floor tiles
  • Soundproofing materials
  • Paints or textured paints
  • Pumps
  • Clutches and gaskets
  • Home and building insulation
  • Fire-proofing materials
  • Roofing materials
  • Drywall joint compounds
  • Brake pads and linings
  • Industrial materials
  • Boilers, furnaces and furnace doors


Although construction workers, mechanics, pipe fitters, insulators, refinery workers, railroad workers and barge workers face a much greater risk of asbestos exposure than people in other occupations — there is no safe level of exposure to asbestos, and many people who have had only small exposures have developed serious health problems.

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If you or someone you love has developed mesothelioma, asbestosis or lung cancer and suspect that an exposure to asbestos may be responsible — call us at 866-461-3220 and talk to a lawyer. Our attorneys routinely travel to meet with clients nationwide. E-mail us today.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What Diseases are Caused by Asbestos Exposure

  • Mesothelioma
  • Lung Cancer
  • Asbestosis

If I Smoked or Am Still Smoking, Can I Still File a Claim?

Yes. Exposure to asbestos can compound the effects of smoking. Just because you smoked or are still smoking doesn’t prevent you from filing a claim.

What If I am Unsure of What Cause My Illness?

The Flint Firm Team of attorneys are skilled at helping you obtain all the important information to file your claim. We will do all the necessary research to help with your claim.

How Much Time Do I Have to File an Asbestos Claim?

That is a good question and is dependent on where you live. Each state has certain laws called statutes of limitation which dictate when you can file a claim. Most statutes of limitation range from one to six years. To see if you have a claim, fill out the form to the right of this page.

How Much Out of Pocket Expenses Will I Be Required to Pay?

None. Any out of pocket expenses will be deducted from any compensation you receive. If you don’t receive any compensation, you will owe nothing.

How Can Flint Law Firm Help?

Flint Firm reviews your information for free and will check your eligibility to file. We will also help you gather all the information you need, including your medical records to help you seek the compensation you deserve.