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The WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHY and HOW of Pursuing an Asbestos Settlement

Hundreds of thousands of individuals have received an asbestos settlement throughout the U.S. alone, in a windfall of litigation that shows no sign of slowing down anytime soon. Sadly however, some individuals who are eligible for a settlement may not even know it. To find out if you may be one of these unknowing victims, read on to discover the: who, what, when, why and how of pursuing an...

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The DOs and DON’Ts of Hiring a Lawyer for a Mesothelioma Case

Searching for a lawyer for a mesothelioma case is often perceived as a stressful experience. Knowing that your choice could create all the difference in the outcome of your settlement can make it a stressful ordeal. And adding to that pressure is the unfamiliarity that most mesothelioma victims have with the procedures and processes that litigation entails. Before blindly making a decision that...

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Five Steps to Receiving Mesothelioma Compensation

For the thousands of Americans suffering from mesothelioma, compensation via a class action or personal injury lawsuit may be the best way to regain some control of their lives and finances. In addition to the tragedy of facing a terminal illness, victims of mesothelioma are further saddled by growing medical debt and economic insecurity. But help is available. By pursuing a mesothelioma...

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Five Simple Steps to Hiring an Attorney for a Mesothelioma Case

Do you need an attorney for mesothelioma case settlement? If so, you are not alone. Each year, 3000 individuals fall victim to mesothelioma cancer and accumulate millions of dollars in medically related debt. A settlement on behalf of the party or parties responsible for your illness can go to cover those expenses as well as others, including lost wages. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed when...

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The Military and Asbestos: Information About Mesothelioma for Veterans PART ONE

This three-part series explores issues relating to the major branches of the U.S. Military—including the Navy, Army and Air Force—and exposure to asbestos, a highly toxic carcinogen that causes illnesses like asbestosis, mesothelioma and other types of cancer. In PART ONE, we give a brief overview of how each branch faced potential exposure, as well as a description of the illness itself....

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