USS Cuttlefish (SS-171) Areas With Asbestos Exposure

This submarine was the second to be named after the cuttlefish, having been launched in 1933. Her keel was laid down by Electric Boat Company in Groton, Connecticut. Like most V-class boats, it took part in World War II and won several awards, including the American Defense Service Medal and the World War II Victory Medal, as well as two battle stars. The submarine was decommissioned in 1945 and sold for breaking up in 1947.

Did you serve in the United States Navy and believe you may have been exposed to asbestos? Have you developed signs of asbestos exposure affecting the lungs such as shortness of breath, dry cough, wheezing, crackling sound when breathing, chest pain or tightness? If yes, then we can put 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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Shipmates on USS Cuttlefish (SS-171)

david bonar bell

richard f. breckenridge

david rickart connole

robert francis kelly

john elwood lee