SS Bozeman Victory Areas With Asbestos Exposure

The SS Bozeman Victory was a Victory ship built under the Emergency Shipbuilding Program in just 106 days during World War II by the Oregon Shipbuilding Corporation. It was turned over for Merchant Navy operation. During its activity, the ship carried a complement of 62 Merchant Marine and 28 US Naval Armed Guards and served as an ammunition ship in the Pacific War. Most of the asbestos exposure aboard this ship occurred in engineering spaces and boiler rooms. The ship was scrapped in 1972 at Campana, Argentina.

Asbestos fibers are microscopic and can be inhaled without a person’s knowledge. Inhaling asbestos fibers is particularly dangerous because once these fibers enter the lungs, they never leave. Whenever you or a loved one has or may have been exposed to asbestos, you have a viable claim against one or more manufacturers and with the VA. We can help you and your family during this difficult time, by putting you in touch with the right attorneys that may be able to get you the money you deserve for your pain and suffering.

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