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Is Mesothelioma Preventable?

Illinois-Asbestos-Attorney-Mesothelioma.jpgAfter a mesothelioma diagnosis, mesothelioma patients and their family members often have many questions about the contractions and treatment of the cancer. One of the most common questions is whether or not mesothelioma is a preventable disease or if there was something in the family history that caused it to develop.

One of the most important things mesothelioma patients and their families should know is that the disease is extremely rare and most commonly associated with exposure to asbestos, a flaky white mineral commonly used in insulation and other industrial applications. Companies have known for decades about the causal link between asbestos exposure and risk of developing the deadly cancer.

Despite knowing asbestos posed serious health risks to workers, many companies chose to continue using the material due to its heat resistant properties and low cost, just another example of business putting profits before people. Had companies acted in good faith on the knowledge they had for years about the dangers of asbestos, potentially thousands of lives could have been extended.

Who can I Hold Responsible for My Mesothelioma Diagnosis?

If you or a family member developed mesothelioma, the first step is to speak to an experienced nationwide mesothelioma attorney about your case. Due to the nature of the cancer, mesothelioma takes decades to develop from the time of initial exposure and victims may have a hard time remembering that far back.

Fortunately, qualified mesothelioma lawyers have years of experience handling these types of cases and know how to conduct a proper investigation into how and why the victim developed his or her condition. Often times, many different parties can be held responsible for the harm they caused by knowingly using hazardous materials to make their products.

Some of the most common industries in which workers faced asbestos exposure include shipyards, auto parts manufacturing, pipe fitting, welding, and construction. A dedicated attorney can help comb through your employment and medical history to determine which parties may be held responsible for your condition.

What can I Recover in My Mesothelioma Cancer Lawsuit?

Like other tort claims, mesothelioma cancer lawsuits can help recover the expense of costly medical treatment necessary to help patients live a comfortable and dignified life. While private insurance helps cover some of these costs, surgery and chemotherapy can become quite expensive, leaving victims in financial dire straits as they try to focus on healing and recovery.

Furthermore, mesothelioma cancer lawsuits can compensate victims for the physical pain and suffering associated with their condition and its treatment. Although no amount of money can undo this harm, the law provides it as relief for victims and their families harmed by the careless actions of others.

Nationwide Mesothelioma Cancer Lawyer

If you or a loved one were diagnosed with mesothelioma, contact our office to speak to one of our experienced nationwide mesothelioma attorneys about your situation. Our office can help investigate your case and determine if compensation can be sought from negligent parties to help pay for your medical treatment to help you and your family live a more comfortable life.

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