Creating a thorough work history is vital to a successful asbestos lawsuit. Knowing all the places you worked, such as Larson Air Force Base, is crucial to determining all the asbestos products you were exposed to during a lifetime of work.
Documentation detailing asbestos exposure can require thousands of documents and dozens of depositions. Larson Air Force Base is one of tens of thousands of job sites in our database.
Built over three decades of dedicated mesothelioma, lung cancer and other asbestos cancer work, our extensive database of job sites, asbestos products and supporting documentation allow us to represent those injured by asbestos quickly, effectively and thoroughly.
We can prove through documentation—such as old invoices—that a specific asbestos-containing product was used at a specific job site during specific years.
Without such evidence, the companies that injured you can continue to deny responsibility. We've already done the leg work to put Larson Air Force Base in Moses Lake, California in our knowlegebase, so we won't be scrambling to educate ourselves like a less experienced firm.
Blueprints, diagrams, invoices from asbestos product manufacturers, revealing company memos demonstrating their knowledge of the risks, asbestos product packaging through the years, depositions from leading experts, depositions of other asbestos victims throughout California and medical and scientific literature dating from the late 1800s to the current day.
It's a breadth of knowledge gained from more than 30 years of experience representing California injured by asbestos and their families.
Did you work at Larson Air Force Base in Moses Lake, California? Have you developed mesothelioma, lung cancer, colon cancer, rectal cancer or another asbestos cancer? Contact us today for a FREE, no obligation consultation: 1-800-COMPLEX.
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No guarantee of recovery from an individual company or manufacturer is implied by their inclusion on these pages. GPW Attorneys are licensed in: Arizona, District of Columbia, Indiana, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and U.S. Supreme Court.
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