Have You or Someone You Love Been Diagnosed With Asbestos-Related Lung Cancer?

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Lung Cancer Puts Your Family, Your Livelihood, and Your Life at Stake

Battling lung cancer is no easy feat. Whether you or someone you love has been diagnosed with lung cancer, it can be devastating and incredibly stressful.

Taking legal action may sound overwhelming, but our attorneys can help alleviate some of that stress and work hard to file a lawsuit on your behalf seeking compensation for your pain and suffering.

Our attorneys will take great care to help you and your family ensure that you are well-cared for by taking action to help you seek and hopefully recover the maximum amount of compensation possible.

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How Long Do I Have To File?

The time limit to file an asbestos-related lung cancer claim begins the day of diagnosis. The specific time limit depends on where you live.

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What Is Asbestos?

Asbestos is a combination of toxic mineral fibers that were used in the U.S. for manufacturing, construction, and industrial work for decades, before the dangers of asbestos was discovered.

Asbestos was heavily used in the manufacturing of insulation, roofing materials, auto parts, shipbuilding materials, steel milling, pipe laying, and as a fire retardant.

When asbestos remains intact, it is not harmful. However when the fibers break apart, asbestos becomes extremely dangerous and tiny particles escape into the air. When these particles are inhaled or ingested, they can become embedded in the lungs.

Over time, this causes serious damage to the lungs and causes lung dysfunction. Prolonged dysfunction of the lungs can cause lung cancer, which can be fatal. Lung cancer and dysfunction can also cause complications with other parts of the body - like the heart and other vital organs.

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How Do I Know if I Was Exposed to Asbestos?

The only way to determine whether you've been exposed is through testing. Because asbestos was commonly used in American construction, manufacturing, and industrial projects for decades, exposure may have occurred at home or at work and still remains a risk to those who live or work in old buildings.

Some occupations were more heavily exposed than others, including naval, construction, and manufacturing workers, auto repair technicians, miners, HVAC technicians, and mill workers. Workers who directly handled asbestos products received significant exposure to asbestos.

Laborers and veterans who are 60 years old or older are at the most risk due to high exposure to asbestos fibers before the 1970s, when the risks of asbestos exposure were unknown.

Second-hand asbestos exposure occurred when workers brought home asbestos fibers on their clothing and their bodies, unknowingly putting their families at risk. You and your loved ones deserve justice.

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What Kind of Compensation Is Available?

If successful in court, you may receive compensation for medical expenses, caregiving services, and more. Compensation depends on many factors, including:

  • Length of exposure
  • Occupation
  • Age
  • Residence
  • When exposure occurred
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Your Illness Is Not Your Fault

Asbestos-related lung cancer can result from someone else's negligence.

Many product manufacturers and employers failed to protect against asbestos, and may be legally responsible for your illness.

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