Railroad cancer and mesothelioma attorneys Randy Appleton and Rick Shapiro discuss how it is possible to establish that a worker was exposed to asbestos when they file a claim years, or even decades, after the exposure. Rick explains that the firm investigates what locomotives and locomotive parts you worked on during your tenure at a big railroad like Norfolk Southern, CSX, Burlington Northern, etc. and determine whether asbestos was being used in locomotives at that time. This provides a reasonable basis to claim that you were exposed to asbestos during your time working for the railroad.
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