How were workers exposed to asbestos at Chevron:Read here

In this deposition we recently took Chevron admits that it did not  stop using asbestos in its Perth Amboy refinery until 1972,  more than 3 decades after learning that asbestos could kill. According to this witness there was more than 12 miles of asbestos on the piping alone in the Perth Amboy. This had the capacity to cause massive exposure to anyone in the area where asbestos was installed or removed. See http://www.mesotheliomalegalblog.com/mesothelioma-litigation/Despite-Knowledge-Chevron-Uses-Asbestos-Causing-Massive-Exposure–1-32495.html

Jobsites in the Northeast Where Asbestos was Used

 Until sometime in the mid 1970s the majority of industrial jobsites used asbestos as part of the industrial process. This included construction sites, refineries, powerplants, chemical factories and pharmaceutical companies. For a listing of some of the sites click on the following link.


Robert A Keasbey Company and Asbestos Exposure

While settlements with individual defendants are often confidential, the total settlement in a given case may not be. Accordingly, please see the attached listing of recent settlements and verdicts

Working with Asbestos

If you work in any of the following occupations, and are working on a building built or refurbished before 2000, you may come in to contact with asbestos:

  • Heating, air conditioning and ventilation repair or engineering
  • Demolition workers/ construction crew
  • Carpenters
  • Plumbers
  • Roofing contractors
  • Painters and interior decorators
  • Plasterers
  • Construction workers
  • Fire and burglar alarm installers
  • Commercial building contractors
  • Gas fitters
  • Computer installers
  • General maintenance staff or caretakers
  • Telecommunications engineers
  • Building surveyors
  • Cable technicians
  • Electricians
  • Pharmaceutical technicians and jobsite workers
  • Navy or shipyard employees
  • School employees
  • Chemical companies
  • Plants

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