Is A Mesothelioma Lawsuit Right For You?

Why File a Lawsuit for Mesothelioma Recovery? As early as the 1930s, the toxic hazards of asbestos were already well-known, yet many companies continue to use it throughout much of the 20th century. In other words, profits were considered more important than the health and lives of the general public, and indeed, those companies’ own employees. Now, often decades after the exposure, many people who were exposed to asbestos are suffering from a rare form of cancer known as malignant mesothelioma that can damage or destroy the outer linings of the lungs, the abdominal cavity, or even the pericardium, the sac that surrounds the heart. The connection between that exposure and the disease is considered to be indisputable.

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Who Can We Help?

Unfortunately, many of the victims (and their loved ones) suffer from a number of misconceptions about their potential eligibility to participate in these lawsuits. What these misconceptions mean to the victims and their loved ones is that many of them never think to speak to a lawyer specializing in this type of litigation. Consequently, they miss out on the compensation that could greatly ease the stress and financial burdens caused by these dreaded diseases. We will attempt here to dismiss some of these myths surrounding asbestos-related lawsuits by answering some of the most common questions that people have.

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Do You Have A Case? What Will It Cost?

Regardless of the stage of your prognosis, or even if you are the surviving spouse of a deceased victim, you have the right, and more importantly, the duty to your family, to file a lawsuit. There Is NO Obligation When you seek out the services of a lawyer who specializes in asbestos-related litigation, you get to take it one step at a time. Don’t worry about complicated legalities at this point. Meet with the attorney for a free consultation, and then simply tell that person your story. They have the expertise to decide what type of case that you may be able to bring to court. They can ask the questions to strengthen your story and answer the questions you may have not even thought to ask. There Is NO Up-Front Cost

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Who's At Risk?

Here’s what we know – Malignant mesothelioma has been indisputably linked to earlier exposure to asbestos. This exposure could have taken place years, or even decades earlier, 10, 20, or even 50 years before. In the United States, there are approximately 3000 new cases diagnosed every year, and the incidence of this these diagnoses has increased over the last couple of decades. Approximately three-quarters of those developing the disease are over 65 years of age, and about four times as many men are affected them women. This is primarily because the industries where workers had the highest chance of exposure primarily employed men, rather than women – shipbuilding/repairing, petroleum refining, industrial chemicals, utility companies, and construction.

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