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Bladder Cancer

Bladder Cancer due to Exposure to Dangerous Substances 

The human bladder and the urinary tract are vulnerable to cancer because the digestive and urinary tract must process substances and chemicals that come into the body.  Bladder cancers have been reported resulting from exposure to dangerous substances and chemicals in many industries.  Again though, much depends on the specific facts and so you are advised to contact an experienced lawyer for legal advice on your situation. For free consultation call (800) 849 - 5291 or email us, today! 


Here is a checklist of industries and kinds of work where bladder cancers have been reported:

  • Aluminum industry
  • Work around coal tar, coal tar pitch, coke production, coke ovens, coal gasification
  • Painters, work with paint products
  • Dyeing, working with dyes
  • Leather industry
  • Textile industry
  • Work around arsenic (working in mining, copper smelting, pesticide production)
  • Chemical plants, petroleum workers
  • Pipefitters, plumbers
  • Painters, house painting, work with paint products
  • Rubber manufacturing industry, tire curing