Mesothelioma is a type of cancer, mainly caused by contact with asbestos fibers. This harmful building material was used for years in construction sites and shipyards across the nation. Inhaling these dangerous materials can do significant damage to your body, causing various health conditions and lung cancer. If you have encountered asbestos in your past construction, contracting or military positions, it is important to seek medical advice and legal guidance quickly in order to overcome any time limitations in your case.
At our law office, we are committed to helping people who have been put in contact with cancer-causing substances. We will aggressively pursue the maximum compensation for your injuries. You may also contact our law firm online for a free initial consultation.
Texas Workers’ Compensation and Personal Injury Attorney
If you came into contact with asbestos at your job, you may have multiple avenues of recovery available for your work injury. Not only would you most likely be able to file a workers’ compensation claim, but our mesothelioma claims lawyers may also be able to pursue a personal injury lawsuit against any negligent third parties. This allows us to provide you with the best chances of financial recovery.
Diagnosing mesothelioma can be challenging. We have a firm understanding of this life-threatening disease and can get you in touch with the proper medical physicians who can explain the symptoms to you, including:
- Chest pains
- Shortness of breath
- Coughing up blood
- Abdominal pain
- Weight loss
- Irregular heart beat
Military Personnel and Mesothelioma Claims
It is not uncommon for veterans to contract mesothelioma cancer long after their service in the military is complete. If you were living in confined quarters for extended periods of time or worked long hours in a shipyard, you may have come into contact with harmful substances, like asbestos, that can lead to this disease and other lung injuries.
Contact an Experienced Mesothelioma Claims Attorney
If you have questions regarding asbestos exposure and mesothelioma, we will provide you with answers. Contact our Texas law firm for a free consultation regarding your claims.