If you or a loved one is diagnosed with mesothelioma cancer you face a number of challenges, including the tremendous costs of treatment. Deciding which law firm to represent you and your case is very important. Choosing the right law firm will also be important to your settlement. You are entitled to an experienced mesothelioma law firm who has a track record of success in Mesothelioma asbestos lawsuits. If you were unknowingly exposed to harmful levels of asbestos, you have legal rights and there is help available for you. We will walk you through the process of filing mesothelioma and asbestos claims. We connect mesothelioma victims with legal and medical professionals in each state.
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Mesothelioma Legal Options and Rights
Those dealing with asbestos and mesothelioma face a number of challenges, including the tremendous costs of treatment. If you were unknowingly exposed to harmful levels of asbestos, you have legal rights and there is help available for you.
Deciding which law firm to represent you and your case is very important. Choosing the right mesothelioma attorney or asbestos attorney will also be important to your settlement. You are entitled to an experienced mesothelioma law firm who has a track record of success in asbestos lawsuits.
It is not uncommon for there to be 10-20 parties that are named in a asbestos lawsuit that are located across the United States. For example, a worker in California may have been exposed to asbestos from asbestos products shipped from Libby, Montana or from an iron ore plant in St. Paul Minnesota.
We have experience placing people with experienced mesothelioma lawyers for eight years. We will actually walk you through the process of connecting you with an experienced mesothelioma or asbestos lawyer in your state.
Veterans Mesothelioma Claims
For many decades, asbestos was regarded as a near-miraculous substance for industrial and commercial use. Asbestos is fireproof, lightweight, largely immune to corrosion, and has tremendous insulating properties – and to make it even better, you can weave it like cloth and use it in a wide variety of flexible applications. It is no wonder that asbestos was used in so many thousands of products and processes. In the Army and Air Force, asbestos was used in brake pads and clutch assemblies, and was part of the insulation for barracks, offices, and fabrication and repair plants. It was woven around water pipes, formed into protective clothing, and used as insulation in tanks and planes.
These uses were widespread and many hundreds of thousands of soldiers and airmen were exposed to asbestos in this fashion.