USS Collett - DD 730: Naval Contractor, Shipbuilder, and Veteran Warning

NAVY DESTROYERS

Aaron Ward DD 483 Asbestos Risk

Did you help build or serve the United States in the Navy or another branch of the Armed Forces, aboard the USS Collett - DD 730? If so, then you were likely exposed to Asbestos. The Collett, like many other Destroyers, contained numerous products containing asbestos. Asbestos insulation aboard Destroyers was common. Serving on the USS Collett - DD 730, or assisting in the construction, repair, renovation, or demolition of the Destroyer is consequently a risk for contracting asbestos related diseases. Veterans, Shipyard Workers, and Ship Builders alike are at risk for Malignant Mesothelioma and Asbestosis. If you think you are at risk for Mesothelioma Lung Cancer due to building or serving aboard the Collett, contact a physician and Receive a FREE Case Review today.

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