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We are proud that our former clients have consistently recommended us for the outstanding service and excellent results we have secured for them during extremely difficult times:
“I know it was a lot, but I don’t think I’ll ever fully understand the amount of time, effort, expertise, etc. that went into finishing this job. When I was given the opportunity to find legal help, it was a true relief to hear that you would take the case. … Thank you for keeping me involved only when I needed to be – this helped keep my anxiety and stress at bay, so I could focus on taking care of my girls and myself. I am forever grateful to you all for every single moment of time you put into helping us.” – Amy
“The firm gave me guidance and support while I was going through something I did not want to go through ─ allowing us to go on with our lives.” – former client
“I would like to say that everyone at Belluck & Fox is absolutely wonderful and that the culture of your company must come from the top. Our family appreciates all that you have done for us.” – former client
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Asbestos Exposure and Mesothelioma In New York
Throughout New York State work sites, asbestos was used for decades in products including automotive brakes, textiles, building materials, fireproofing materials, pumps, valves and boilers. It also was used to insulate sewage treatment plants and many public establishments such as schools, housing units, offices, churches, bars and restaurants.
Although their exposure to asbestos may have been decades ago, New Yorkers still are being diagnosed with mesothelioma, lung cancer, asbestosis and other serious asbestos-related diseases.
Mesothelioma is an aggressive and incurable cancer only caused by asbestos exposure. It is known to develop 15 to 60 years after exposure according to the department of health. If you or a loved one has been experiencing symptoms and were diagnosed with mesothelioma, you likely breathed in or handled asbestos fibers years ago at your workplace, during your time in the military or in your home.
The tragedy is that asbestos companies never warned New Yorkers that the fibers they worked with or were exposed to could one day sicken and kill them and their relatives.