By now, we’ve all become familiar with the public television announcements warning of the danger of asbestos as a cause of mesothelioma. While the glut of ads has made the issue almost trivial, it is still a very serious concern and one that we would all be wise to be aware of.
Asbestos has been banned in the United States for decades due to the very serious risks that it poses to people’s respiratory health. Despite this, individuals are still being identified with cases of mesothelioma. Mesothelioma is a dangerous type of cancer that is almost always linked to exposure to asbestos.
Mesothelioma’s issue is that its symptoms can take decades to appear, and even if you haven’t come into contact with asbestos since the 1980s, you may still be at risk. When symptoms do show up, people often don’t know what the best course of action is, but know that if you or a loved one has been diagnosed with mesothelioma due to contact with asbestos, you may be able to seek financial compensation.
The best way to figure out the best course of action following a mesothelioma diagnosis is to contact an experienced mesothelioma attorney who specializes in this area to help you determine who is responsible and how to go about holding the negligent parties responsible. Many questions may follow a diagnosis of mesothelioma, all of which can be answered in Mesothelioma Caused by Asbestos: What You Need to Know. Please request a copy and educate yourself should mesothelioma affect you or a loved one.
To make sure you get the care and compensation you deserve, contact Hupy and Abraham to speak with a knowledgeable asbestos lawyer in a free case consultation today. We have offices throughout the Midwest in Wisconsin, Iowa and Illinois, and can be contacted online, by telephone at 800-800-5678, or via a 24/7 live chat at hupy.com.