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Asbestos Lawyers Serving Victims of Mesothelioma in the San Francisco Area

Our legal team at Mesowatch assist families and victims of mesothelioma or asbestos-related cancers in San Francisco, California. Our legal team ensures you are in the hands of leading mesothelioma lawyers with a proven history of successful asbestos related settlements. Our asbestos attorneys are dedicated to you and provide the respect and personal attention you deserve.

It is very important to understand that the state of California has a strict statute of limitations that impacts the timeframe you have to file an asbestos claim. Our team understands every asbestos claim is unique and connecting you with an accomplished mesothelioma lawyer to represent and protect your rights is the most important decision. Our main goal is to provide you with our legal teams in depth knowledge of the asbestos industries and asbestos containing products and materials that resulted your exposure.

If you have any questions or concerns, our legal team is here for you. Our mesothelioma lawyers serving San Francisco and surrounding areas will provide you with a free and confidential case evaluation. Our teams knowledge of asbestos litigation will ensure your rights when obtaining financial assistance in this devastating and overwhelming time in your life.

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Asbestos Exposure in San Francisco, California


San Francisco has a strong history of construction and manufacturing that contained asbestos. The city and surrounding area’s are known to have a heightened risk of asbestos exposure.

The state of California ranks #1 in our nation for deaths related to asbestos exposure and with asbestos not being completely banned, the mineral is currently used in multiple manufacturing processes of many products. San Francisco, San Jose, Los Angeles and San Diego are the most affected area’s that result in asbestos related deaths.

The EPA has assigned multiple locations in California as hazardous sites. Below are a few known high risk asbestos exposure sites that have contained asbestos.

  • A.A.A. Shipyard
  • Anchor Packing Corporation
  • Bethlehem Steel Shipyard
  • Chevron Oil Refinery
  • Todd Shipyard
  • Moore Drydock
  • Pacific Gas & Electric Company
  • Shell Oil Refinery

There are billions of dollars available in asbestos trusts funds with a sole purpose of assisting families and victims with a diagnosis related to asbestos exposure. We understand how devastating a lung cancer or mesothelioma diagnosis can affect a family. We have dedicated our practice to serving victims and families throughout California.

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Military Veterans Asbestos Exposure in San Francisco


San Francisco has multiple military bases on the EPA’s National Priorities List of contaminated asbestos sites. Hundreds of Military bases and Naval shipyards contained asbestos products and materials.

Asbestos was used in thousands of military vehicles and ships in the form of brakes, gaskets and insulation. Navy Veterans completed tours on vessels, submarines and other ships that contained several tons of asbestos. Most ships contain over 300 asbestos containing products and materials. Below are known asbestos Military sites.

  • Hunters Point Naval Shipyard
  • Treasure Island Naval Reserve
  • Treasure Island Naval Station
  • U. S. Naval Station
  • San Francisco Naval Shipyard
  • Mare Island Naval Shipyard
  • Benicia Arsenal
  • Point Molate Naval Fuel Depot

Veterans of the Military, especially Navy veterans unfortunately make up a large percent of mesothelioma victims due to constantly working with asbestos containing products and materials.

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