Experienced Assistance For Mesothelioma Claims
Mesothelioma is a lung cancer that is associated with exposure to asbestos. Many companies that used asbestos to make products were aware of dangers asbestos posed to people and employees but continued to use the material anyway. Now, countless people have developed mesothelioma because of those companies’ disregard for other people’s safety and well-being.
If asbestos exposure has caused you to develop mesothelioma, then the time to start looking into your legal options is now. Our aggressive and award-winning attorneys at Sweeney Julian are ready to hear your story and, if necessary, start the process of filing suit against the parties responsible. Unlike other firms in the South Bend area, we are prepared to go trial if necessary and ensure every avenue toward recovering relief is pursued to its fullest extent.
The Dangers Of Asbestos Exposure
We have known that prolonged exposure to asbestos is dangerous and potentially fatal for over 100 years. Federal regulations were put in place limit its use and regulate safety procedures, but companies continued to use the material, especially in the construction of buildings. Once introduced to the lungs, asbestos creates inflammation and scarring that allows cancer cells to grow and mesothelioma to develop.
Asbestos exposure is common for:
- Construction and renovation workers (commercial buildings especially)
- Workers dealing with boilers and insulated pipes
- Members of the Navy
- Teachers and other school workers
- Anyone frequently around those exposed to asbestos (like family)
While treatment of mesothelioma has advanced, it is still an aggressive cancer that requires intensive treatment to combat and recover from. If you have been diagnosed and asbestos exposure is to blame, you may be eligible for compensation via a personal injury claim.
Contact Us Today And Start Taking Action
Our attorneys offer committed legal advocacy for victims of asbestos exposure and mesothelioma. To learn more, email us or call 574-247-1234 to arrange for a free consultation.