Though the use of asbestos has been in decline for several decades now, individuals who have been exposed to the material continue to be diagnosed with Mesothelioma every year. In many cases, people are diagnosed with mesothelioma years after being exposed to asbestos at work or elsewhere. Now that you or a loved one has been diagnosed with Mesothelioma, you should begin to consider what legal action may be available to you and your family.
If you were exposed to asbestos at any point in your life, there is a very good chance that this exposure led to your Mesothelioma. As the team at Cazayoux Ewing Law Firm knows, there will be a lot riding on this claim for you and your family, and our attorneys want to help you fight for compensation for all the pain and suffering you believe you have been made to endure.
Risks of Mesothelioma After Exposure to Asbestos
There is a good chance that people who worked with asbestos at some point in their life may have inhaled or ingested dust that contained asbestos particles. In many cases, these particles become embedded in the stomach and lungs and cause Mesothelioma years after the time of exposure. Sadly, this form of cancer is often in an advanced stage by the time symptoms begin to be noticed—although the cancer may be discovered much earlier on. Whatever the case, our team may seek to help you recover full compensation for any pain and suffering you have experienced, including but not limited to the following:
- The cost of any medical care you elect to undergo
- The cost of any assistive care
- The loss of any income
Though this will certainly be an exceedingly difficult time for you and your family, our legal team may provide dedicated service and support during the entire legal process of pursuing the compensation you need.
Consult with Our Team
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with mesothelioma, the team at Cazayoux Ewing Law Firm can help you take legal action against the party responsible for exposing you or someone you love to asbestos, however long ago that exposure may have been. To discuss the particulars of your claim with one of our attorneys, please call our offices at (225) 650-7400 today.