Attorney Tom Lamb Has Been Handling B&W Workers Comp Claims From The Wilmington NC Plant Since 1996
Over the years, Wilmington, North Carolina lawyer Tom Lamb has handled numerous asbestos occupational disease and death claims involving former Babcock & Wilcox (B&W) workers from the boiler plant that used to be located here in Wilmington, NC.
If you, your spouse, or a family member worked at the Wilmington B&W boiler manufacturing plant and there has been a diagnosis of asbestosis, lung cancer, or mesothelioma, we can help you get the North Carolina workers compensation (WC) benefits that you are entitled to under the NC WC laws.
We want you to know — because many people are unaware of this important fact — that it is not required that the doctor tell a B&W worker that his lung cancer was caused by asbestos in order for the worker or his surviving spouse to qualify for North Carolina workers comp payments. This is true even if the worker smoked cigarettes for many years.
Rather, to qualify for an asbestos-related disease compensation award under NC workers comp laws, a B&W worker diagnosed with lung cancer only needs to show that he had regular exposure to asbestos at the B&W plant in Wilmington.
In turn, because the worker was exposed to asbestos dust almost daily in the years when he worked at B&W Wilmington, he was put at an increased risk of developing lung cancer due to his Babcock & Wilcox job or employment.
Let Tom Lamb put his experience handling these B&W asbestos lung cancer, mesothelioma, and asbestosis NC comp claims to work for you, now.
He can be reached by phone at 910-256-2971 if you are calling from the Wilmington area or toll-free at 800-426-9535 from anywhere else in North Carolina as well as the entire country.
Lastly, we want to point out that you do not need to live in Wilmington, NC or even in North Carolina, now, to get the asbestos workers compensation benefits that are due to a former Babcock & Wilcox worker or his surviving spouse. One is entitled to these workers comp payments due to the past asbestos exposure at the Wilmington B&W plant during their employment many years ago.
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