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A diagnosis of mesothelioma is frightening, and the emotional reactions can be counterproductive when time is of the essence. It is important for victims to come to terms with the illness to face treatment, and for family members to understand the psychological stages and symptoms and support the person through the process:

  • Shock can inhibit the person from comprehending important information and moving forward with treatment.
  • Denial can be paralyzing if the person pretends nothing is wrong, doesn’t want to discuss the disease, or refuses treatment. Often it is family and friends who are in denial, leaving the person without vital emotional support.

s200-flag-140_TNHappy Veteran’s Day! A big thank you to all the veterans who have so bravely served our country. You are greatly appreciated!

More than 30% of Americans diagnosed with mesothelioma served at one time in the U.S. Military.  Now, 20 or 30 years later, all too many of those U.S. Military Veterans are battling asbestos cancer.  Our firm is proud to help those who bravely served our country by providing nationwide representation to former military veterans who show symptoms of asbestos disease. 

Again, thank you for your service to our country.  Happy Veteran’s Day!

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