USS Indian Island (AG-77) Areas With Asbestos Exposure

The USS Indian Island (AG-77) was a miscellaneous auxiliary ship that was acquired by the U.S. Navy right before the end of World War II as a personnel transporter and cargo carrier for a short period. It was launched under contract by the New England Shipbuilding Corporation in South Portland, Maine, converted by the Bethlehem Steel Company in Brooklyn, New York, and commissioned in July 1945 with Lt. Commander J. M. O’Toole in command. The ship was responsible for transporting veterans from China and Japan back to the U.S., where it arrived in December 1945 and then sailed to Orange, Texas to be placed out of commission. The ship joined the reserve fleet, Texas Group, where it remained until it was sold for scrapping in August 1960. If you’re a veteran who has been exposed to asbestos onboard the USS Indian Island (AG-77) and have an asbestos-related disease, in order to get the compensation you deserve and to which you are entitled, you are required to go through a legal process. And that’s where we come in, putting you in touch with the right attorneys that may be able to get you the compensation you deserve for your pain and suffering.

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Shipmates on USS Indian Island (AG-77)