Decades ago, asbestos use was banned in the United States because of health concerns. Yet each year, workers and their families are still developing mesothelioma, a dangerous type of cancer that is frequently linked to asbestos exposure. Even if you haven’t been exposed to asbestos since the 1980s, your mesothelioma could be caused by asbestos exposure since symptoms of this cancer may take decades to appear. If you or a loved one is suffering from mesothelioma, you may be entitled to a sizeable financial compensation and contacting a skilled attorney is the first step.
In many cases of mesothelioma, the symptoms often lay dormant for years. That’s why it is best to contact an attorney familiar with mesothelioma cases as soon as possible before the statute of limitations expire. You will need an attorney to help you identify who is responsible for your exposure to asbestos that may have caused your illness. When your life is on the line, you need to hold the negligent party responsible for your injuries and the damages your family will incur.
If you or a loved one is suffering from mesothelioma, then you need information fast. Specifically, you need answers to important questions such as:
- Why is asbestos dangerous for workers and their families?
- What does the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and other federal agencies do to protect people from asbestos exposure?
- Why do I need an attorney if I develop mesothelioma? How can I hire the right attorney for my case?
- What kind of compensation can I get if I have mesothelioma caused by asbestos exposure?
- What should I do if I have mesothelioma?
We at Hupy and Abraham have created a free guide to help answer your questions, such as the ones listed above, and provide you with concrete steps to take after a mesothelioma diagnosis. Please request your copy of “Mesothelioma Caused by Asbestos: What You Need to Know” today, so you can get the information you need and make the decisions that best serve you and your loved ones.
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 reached online, by telephone at 800-800-5678 or start a live chat 24/7 at hupy.com.
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