Electrician Describes His Asbestos Exposure at the University at Buffalo
Our Client Describes Asbestos Exposure at Niagara Mohawk Huntley Station

Surveillance of Australian Workplace Based Respiratory Events in New South Wales

Mesothelioma accounted for twenty-four percent of occupational lung disease diagnoses in New South Wales, Australia. Electricians were among the most common occupations reported.

Occupational, Domestic and Environmental Mesothelioma Risks in the British Population: A Case-Control Study

Electricians have one of the highest lifetime risks for developing mesothelioma among occupations exposed to asbestos for greater than ten years.

Assessment of Biomarkers in Asbestos-Exposed Workers as Indicators of Cancer Risk

Epidemiological studies have shown that mortality from malignant mesothelioma and lung cancer have increased with increasing cumulative exposure to asbestos.

Asbestos-Related Lung Disease

Workers in construction trades, including electricians, are among the highest-risk population for developing an asbestos-related disease.

Mortality Patterns Among Electrical Workers Employed in the U.S. Construction Industry, 1982-1987

Electricians who were exposed to asbestos have a significantly higher mortality rate for asbestos-related diseases, such as mesothelioma, lung cancer and asbestosis.