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What To Do After A Mesothelioma Diagnosis: Asbestos Exposure And Your Rights

What to do after a mesothelioma diagnosis | Asbestos Exposure And Your Rights

If you have been diagnosed with mesothelioma, you are facing the most difficult time of your life. Prepare for what lies ahead for you and your family by learning about your options and your rights.

At the law firm of Kelley Ferraro, LLC, we know what you are facing after a cancer diagnosis. Our trial attorneys have been helping mesothelioma victims and their loved ones since 1997. While no amount of money can replace your health and mental well-being, compensation can provide you with peace about your future and financial security for those you leave behind. This is why we have created a guide for those who have been diagnosed with this deadly disease.

What is mesothelioma, and who can get it?

Malignant mesothelioma is a rare cancer caused by exposure to asbestos, a mineral that is made up of microscopic fibers. Asbestos was widely used throughout the U.S. from the 1940s through the 1970s because of its heat-resistant properties. When products and materials that contain asbestos are disturbed, the fibers are inhaled and can lead to asbestos-related cancers, such as mesothelioma.

Most mesothelioma victims have worked in industries known for high levels of asbestos exposure. Our guide lists high-risk occupations and industries, and it also includes signs and symptoms of mesothelioma.

What can I do if I am diagnosed with mesothelioma?

In this guide, we explain the kind of medical treatments available and what you should do to receive necessary medical care and financial help. Monetary compensation can help you:

  • Afford the medical care you need
  • Provide for your family
  • Compensate you for your losses

How can Kelley Ferraro help me?

Manufacturers and distributors of products and materials made with asbestos caused your cancer. For decades, the dangers of asbestos were hidden, and workers were needlessly exposed to the deadly fibers while they worked.

Our trial lawyers will help you hold them responsible for what you have suffered. Our guide explains the legal process involved in getting you the compensation you deserve. Read our white paper, and contact us to schedule a free consultation with one of our experienced mesothelioma attorneys. Call us at 216-238-8654, or send us an email today to get started.

Mesothelioma claims are handled on a contingency basis. This means you pay no lawyer fees unless you win your case.

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