Mesothelioma Patients and Their Families Can Get Help
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People who get mesothelioma are often no longer able to work or enjoy life. Also, these victims often need very expensive medical treatments. The mission of the Mesothelioma Legal Help Center is to help patients and their families overcome these terrible emotional and financial difficulties. To learn more about how we can help, please contact the Legal Help Center in your area. There is no cost to you for the phone call or the initial assistance.
How Can the Mesothelioma Legal Help Center Provide Assistance?
Unlike other cancers, mesothelioma is preventable and has a known source: asbestos exposure. Many products used throughout the United States contain asbestos. Asbestos exposure has lead many patients and their families to suffer from mesothelioma. The companies responsible for asbestos exposure are required to compensate victims and their families for the illness and suffering. Your local Mesothelioma Legal Help Center has highly skilled and experienced attorneys who understand how to quickly get help for patients who have been exposed and are ill. These attorneys conduct research to determine the cause of the asbestos exposure and work diligently to obtain compensation from companies responsible for causing the illness. The money recovered from these companies can be used to offset medical expenses and help to restore a more normal life, as much as possible, for the victims and their families.
Who Is Typically Stricken With Mesothelioma?
People stricken with mesothelioma come from all walks of life. Some well-known mesothelioma victims include movie stars, such as Steve McQueen and well-known public servants, such as the famous Navy Admiral, Elmo Zumwalt. Other people who have gotten mesothelioma spent their whole lives working in refineries, auto shops, railroad yards, shipyards or construction sites. Some people developed mesothelioma by laundering the dusty clothing of a husband or parent. Most people who develop mesothelioma have one thing in common they have worked hard all of their lives, they have played by the rules, and now have been stricken with a preventable disease that was caused by corporate negligence. Money obtained from these companies on your behalf by the local Mesothelioma Legal Help Center can be used to pay your medical expenses and can be used to protect the financial future of your loved ones.
Why Should I Contact a Lawyer About Mesothelioma?
Most patients who have developed mesothelioma have never had a lawyer work for them and may not understand why it is important to contact a lawyer about this disease. It is important to know that most patients who are diagnosed with mesothelioma are eligible to receive compensation from the companies responsible for the asbestos exposure. However, in order to receive compensation, you must file a lawsuit. The lawyers from the local Mesothelioma Legal Help Center will, at no cost to you, investigate your case. If the case is accepted, the lawyers may file a lawsuit on your behalf. The initial consultation and investigation are free. The lawyers receive no payment unless you are paid.
Why Should Companies that Made Asbestos Products Compensate Me?
Asbestos fibers are often invisible, and many people were exposed to asbestos without knowing it. Workers inhaled these invisible fibers that became imbedded in their lungs. Unfortunately, many spouses and children of workers also inhaled these fibers from their loved one's clothing. Evidence now shows that most asbestos companies knew about the dangers of asbestos long before they tried to protect their workers and families. These companies did not inform workers of these dangers or offer protective clothing. It is now clear that many companies deliberately chose to protect their profits rather than their employees. Manufacturers of asbestos products could have easily warned workers simply by putting warnings on product packages or labels. Workers went to work every day, not knowing that exposure to asbestos could cause mesothelioma. It is important that companies who caused this needless suffering are held accountable; they must pay the victims and their families for their suffering to ensure that companies do not neglect their employees' health again.
How Do I Get Started?
The local Mesothelioma Legal Help Center will put you in touch with trustworthy, experienced mesothelioma lawyers who will provide a free case evaluation. If your case is accepted, your case will be handled on a contingency fee. This means that you pay the lawyers nothing, unless you recover money. Representatives from the local Mesothelioma Legal Help Center may be able to arrange for an in-person meeting at your home or another place you choose. If your schedule permits, this meeting can take place within 24 hours.
Your case will be investigated immediately at no charge. If your case is accepted, your Legal Help Center will work to obtain compensation for you as quickly as possible. Once again, our attorneys work for free unless you recover money in the lawsuit. Although each case is different, in many mesothelioma lawsuits, money is received by the people filing the lawsuit in a matter of months. To see how we can help you and to learn about results that have been obtained in cases similar to yours, contact your local Mesothelioma Legal Help Center.
The Lawyers of the Mesothelioma Legal Help Center
Your local Mesothelioma Legal Help Center has top mesothelioma attorneys with proven track-records of success. These gifted attorneys have handled mesothelioma lawsuits for many years and fight for the highest compensation for you and your family.
The Mesothelioma Legal Help Center is Here to Help You!
Your local Mesothelioma Legal Help Center is here to help. You should not bear the costs of expensive mesothelioma treatments. You may be entitled to substantial compensation that can pay for your medical expenses and protect the financial future of your family.
To contact your local Legal Help Center, fill out the email contact form. You can expect to be contacted by a representative from your Legal Help Center immediately.
See also: Legal Rights
[Page updated January 2008]