Questions mount faster than answers with a diagnosis of mesothelioma. Attorneys that specialize in mesothelioma and other aspects of asbestos exposure understand those questions, and, in many cases have some excellent answers.
You see, they have been there before. They have walked the path with countless other clients, fighting for compensation, helping them seek support, making sure they have their clients’ backs when they are at their most vulnerable moments. They specialize in advocating and being a voice when asbestos victims struggle to find their voice.
Although legal help is often the last thing on the mind of a sick person or his family, it is often the time when help is most needed. After all, most of the time, the person facing this potentially deadly disease had little or no choice in the matter of being exposed to asbestos. As a result legal recourse is often available for innocent victims of asbestos exposure.
Because the symptoms of mesothelioma may come so many years after exposure many people suffer unnecessary hardship because they do not understand how to track down when and where the exposure occurred and who is responsible for it. They do not understand the legal proceedings available to them. A skilled attorney can make sure that does not happen to you or those you love.
Research proves that stress reduces the body’s ability to resist disease and heal itself. Unfortunately, illness is stressful. Not only do you have to deal with the fears associated with the disease, find the strength to endure tests and doctor visits, and grieve over the change a serious illness brings to life, you also have to consider the financial aspect. How will you pay the bills? What happens when you can no longer work? What will happen if your family is left with staggering medical bills?
Caregivers are also affected by these stresses, and precious time and energy is spent figuring out the financial and legal aspect of a loved one’s illness. This detracts from the precious moments they could be spending with their loved one and robs them of peace of mind. This in turn limits their ability to be there physically and emotionally when their loved one needs them the most.
The japan daily Press has a story indicating that - A board that probes into employee’s work-related accidents has acknowledged that an Osaka public high school chemistry teacher’s cancer, which killed him, was a result of his exposure to asbestos used in class experiments. The death was the first time a work-related accident has been recognized by the board.
Florida Newswire indicated that - A four-month legal battle ended this week in victory for the families of three New York area workers stricken by mesothelioma, a rare cancer caused by asbestos exposure. The verdict, announced Tuesday by a New York Supreme Court jury, brings closure to the fight for justice of three workers unwittingly exposed to toxic materials on the job.
Thirteen people a day in the UK die from exposure to asbestos – more than double the number that die on the roads. In the USA, asbestos will be responsible for around 10,000 deaths this year, meaning it kills close to as many people as gun crime or skin cancer.
Although mesothelioma attorneys cannot make the disease go away, they fill a vital role as an advocate. Their role includes:
If you or a loved one is suffering from mesothelioma, you deserve to be freed from stress in order to enjoy your life more fully. You deserve compensation, and you deserve support. Choosing an attorney makes this possible.