Silicosis Litigation Lawyers in Fayetteville, Arkansas, Winning Compensation for You
Did silica exposure cause your illness or your loved one an early death?
The Martin Law Firm represents patients and their families in products liability cases when serious injury or death occurs because of inhalation of silica—finely ground sand. Although concern about silica inhalation can be traced back to the 1930s, it wasn’t until the end of the 20th century that doctors recognized it could cause silicosis — a respiratory disease — as well as lung cancer and other possibly fatal diseases.
The firm’s silicosis litigation lawyers in Fayetteville, Arkansas, have the knowledge and resources to thoroughly investigate and litigate these complex cases.
Silica dust exposure widespread across industries
Workers in many areas — oil fields, refineries, mining, steel foundries, painting, construction, demolition, manufacturing, plumbing, mining and others — have been exposed to toxic levels of silica dust. Whether you’re a railroad employee, a sandblaster or work in another industrial setting and you’ve been diagnosed with silicosis or lung cancer, you should contact a knowledgeable attorney to investigate the connection between silica dust at your job and your disease. We may be able to obtain compensation for you.
Assisting you in seeking compensation
The Martin Law Firm has long been recognized as a leader in personal injury and toxic exposure litigation, from trucking accidents to mesothelioma and asbestos-related illnesses. Our firm has extensive experience in silica-related disease litigation and can assist you with the following:
- Medical qualification for compensation demonstrated by impaired breathing
- Determining the source of liability, from product manufacturers to former employers who created an unsafe work environment
- Navigating the outreach programs provided by some silica product manufacturers to obtain compensation
- Litigating and negotiating your case in the courts to obtain damages
Knowledgeable legal help in silicosis and lung cancer cases
Our firm has helped many silicosis sufferers pursue their claims. Contact the Martin Law Firm at or online today to schedule a free initial consultation. We take evening and weekend appointments. All work is done on a contingency basis, which means you pay nothing unless we win compensation for you.