Mesothelioma Lawyer | Serving Lakewood, OH
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Mesothelioma is a rare cancerous tumor that involves the mesothelioma cells of an organ, usually the lungs, heart or abdominal organs. Mesothelioma victims and their families are in a difficult situation. Simply getting the diagnosis is traumatic; the months ahead are full of doctor's appointments, surgery and cancer treatments. To cover the medical costs, lost …
Asbestos, a naturally occurring substance, was widely used until the 1970s. But the hazards from exposure, such as serious and life threatening health issues, including lung cancer, were not known.
If you have been exposed to asbestos you may have a legal remedy to pay for past, current, and future medical expenses, loss of wages, pain and suffering, and perhaps to punish the party that caused your exposure. But you will need a Lakewood attorney experienced in handling asbestos cases to negotiate a settlement or take your case to trial.
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