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Disclaimer

Asbestos Victims Info is maintained as a free service to assist the public in understanding the tragedy of disease and death caused by the asbestos industry. The site is also intended to provide the public with general information about asbestos, the diseases caused by asbestos, the legal system, and a victim's rights to a remedy by legal process. This Web site is offered for general information only and is not legal advice.

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Do not rely on the information in this site to make personal legal decisions

A case-by-case assessment must be made by a lawyer on the specific facts underlying any legal claim. Results may vary depending on the facts involving any case. The information on this web site should not be used to evaluate the strength or weakness of any legal claims a person may have.

Hiring of legal counsel

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Questions

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