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The US Navy SubmarinesOne of the most effective types of warships in the U.S. Navy’s arsenal, Submarines provide both strategic and tactical advantages in naval warfare. Since World War I, the use and effectiveness of submarines has increased rapidly, and subs are still a mainstay of the Navy’s modern fleet. Submarines range from small, stealthy vessels to enormous, nuclear-powered ships carrying crews of nearly a hundred men.

Prior to the 1970s, Submarines were built with a significant amount of asbestos-containing equipment. Boilers, packing, pumps, and valves were all made with asbestos. Complicating matters, Submarines can be especially dangerous environments to be exposed in, due to minimal ventilation in a confined, sealed space. Veterans who served aboard Submarines built prior to the 1970s are likely to have inhaled asbestos fibers in the course of their duty, and are at risk of developing mesothelioma.

Belluck & Fox LLP is a nationally recognized law firm based in New York that represents veterans and merchant mariners with asbestos and mesothelioma claims. Belluck & Fox has won more than $500 million in compensation for its clients and their families. We can help you.

For a free case evaluation, contact the firm at 877-637-6843 or through the online contact form.

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The New York lawyers of Belluck & Fox are nationally recognized for helping mesothelioma victims. We have obtained hundreds of millions of dollars for mesothelioma victims, including substantial compensation for Navy veterans and their families.

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