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The tragedy surrounding the asbestos industry in the United States is that a vast majority of the harm it caused was entirely preventable. As early as the first century, asbestos products were suspected to cause health problems.

As asbestos’s use grew throughout the twentieth century, the negative effects of asbestos exposure became more apparent as doctors linked asbestos to a variety of lung diseases.

Thousands of products used in the workplace and the home still contain asbestos and therefore put you, and your families, at risk for diseases related to asbestos exposure.  To help you keep your family safe, the asbestos lawyers from Simmons Hanly Conroy have assembled the following list of asbestos products.

While asbestos products in the home are dangerous, they become exponentially more deadly if they are removed improperly. When asbestos fibers get released into the air through careless extraction, they can be inhaled or swallowed, causing asbestosis or mesothelioma.

If you believe you have asbestos products in your home, please contact one of our asbestos attorneys for advice on extraction companies in your area. Never try to remove asbestos products on your own.

Asbestos Products List:

  • Acoustical panels
  • Acoustical plaster
  • Adhesive
  • Aircell insulation
  • Asbestos board
  • Asbestos canvas
  • Asbestos cord
  • Asbestos corrugated sheets
  • Asbestos curtains
  • Asbestos fiber
  • Asbestos fiber felt
  • Asbestos finishing cement
  • Asbestos forms
  • Asbestos furnace tape
  • Asbestos gaskets
  • Asbestos gloves
  • Asbestos insulating blankets
  • Asbestos insulating cement
  • Asbestos insulation
  • Asbestos lap
  • Asbestos micarta
  • Asbestos millboard
  • Asbestos mineral wool
  • Asbestos mittens
  • Asbestos packing
  • Asbestos pads
  • Asbestos panels
  • Asbestos paper
  • Asbestos rope
  • Asbestos seals
  • Asbestos sheets
  • Asbestos sponge block
  • Asbestos spray
  • Asbestos tank jacket
  • Asbestos tape
  • Asbestos textile
  • Asbestos tiles
  • Asbestos wick
  • Asbestos yarn
  • Asbestos-faced mineral wool
  • Asphalt
  • Attic insulation
  • Automobile hood liners
  • Blaze shiel
  • Block
  • Board
  • Boiler wall coat
  • Brakes
  • Calcium silicate insulation
  • Carded asbestos cloth
  • Castables
  • Ceiling tiles
  • Cement
  • Ceramic tile
  • Cigarette filters
  • Clapboards
  • Clay
  • Cloth
  • Clutches
  • Cork board
  • Cork covering
  • Cork-filled mastic
  • Cork mastic
  • Corrugated asbestos sheets
  • Corrugated paper
  • Drilling mud and drilling additive
  • Dry mix joint compound
  • Duct adhesive
  • Eighty-five percent magnesia insulation
  • Electrical Wires
  • Emulsion adhesive
  • Emulsions
  • Expansion
  • Expansion joint
  • Fibrous adhesive
  • Finishing cement
  • Fire-resistant insulation shield
  • Firebrick
  • Fireclad asbestos paper
  • Firefoil board
  • Fireguard asbestos paper
  • Fireproofing cement
  • Flexible duct connectors
  • Floor tiles
  • Furnaces
  • Furnace cement
  • Fyrbestos sheets
  • Gasket material
  • Gaskets
  • Generators
  • Gunning mix
  • Hair dryers
  • Heatguard
  • Industrial A-C board
  • Insulation coating
  • Insulation duct
  • Insulating cements
  • Insulating mix
  • Insulation seal
  • Insulmastic
  • Ironing board covers
  • Joint compounds
  • Lagging adhesive
  • Lagging cloth
  • Lagging tape
  • Leggings
  • Marine panels
  • Mastic
  • Mastic adhesives
  • Metal mesh blanket
  • Mineral wool insulating cement
  • Mineral wool mineral wool blankets
  • Mittens
  • Mitts
  • Navy sealer
  • Nuclear reactors
  • Packing material
  • Paint
  • Paper
  • Paper tape
  • Panels
  • Patching fiber
  • Patching plaster
  • Permaboard
  • Pipe
  • Pipe covering
  • Pipe insulation
  • Plaster
  • Plastic cement
  • Powershield
  • Pumps
  • Putty
  • Quick-setting joint compound
  • Railroad electrical arc chutes
  • Raw asbestos fiber
  • Refractory cements
  • Roofing felt
  • Roofing paper
  • Roofing tiles
  • Rollboard
  • Rope packing
  • Sealer
  • Sheet packing
  • Sheet rope
  • Sheets
  • Shingles
  • Sound shield
  • Sleeves
  • Spackle
  • Spackle plaster
  • Sponge felt
  • Spray fireproofing
  • Stone corrugated sheets
  • Stone sheathing
  • Talc powder
  • Tape
  • Tar paper
  • Troweled coating
  • Turbines
  • Valve rings
  • Valve stem packing
  • Valves
  • Vermiculite compounds
  • Vinyl asbestos floor tile
  • Vinyl wallpaper
  • Wallboard
  • Waterproofing
  • Welding rods
  • Wires
  • Wood fiber plaster

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Founding partner John Simmons started Simmons Hanly Conroy in 1999 with eight employees and a focus on asbestos litigation. John’s vision was to provide clients with a high level of service and care. John’s commitment to the victims of mesothelioma runs deep. He and the Firm jointly pledged $10.2 million to establish the Simmons Law Firm Cancer Institute at Southern Illinois University in Springfield. View Full Profile


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