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Silicosis is a 100% preventable disease!

If an employer suspects that silica is a hazard at the workplace, even though it is not known for sure, he/she is still required by OSHA to communicate this potential hazard to all employees. They also have a duty to decrease or eliminate the risk according to federal standards.

Corporate greed has put company profits ahead of worker safety.

With properly working respiratory protection and adequate safeguards, no one should develop this terrible disease. Unfortunately, many companies who use silica have failed to protect workers exposed to airborne silica dust. It costs money to install and initiate safety precautions, and negligent employers often choose to overlook known hazards. Because employers knowingly put their employees at risk, they should be held fully responsible for the health effects that result. Not only should they be required to pay substantial damages, but measures should be taken to ensure that they either comply with federal standards, or shut down their operations.

An experienced silicosis attorney can help you hold negligent companies liable for their gross negligence. Their failure to protect workers is causing serious health problems, and even death. If you’re suffering from a disease that could have been prevented, it's time to stand up for your rights. A skilled lawyer will help you sort through the details to expose the responsible parties and prove you and your family deserve compensation.

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with silicosis, you may be entitled to compensation. Don’t let negligent employers and manufacturers get away with cutting corners. Hire an experienced silicosis attorney who knows how to prove that your illness could have been prevented.

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