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Mesothelioma isn’t the only asbestos-related illness possible

| Mar 17, 2017 | Mesothelioma/Asbestos-Related Illness |

Asbestos-related conditions can cause serious issues in your life. The medical implications can mean that you have to live your life out in pain and having to undergo medical interventions. Many people think about mesothelioma when they hear about asbestos exposure. While this is a serious condition associated with asbestos, other conditions like asbestosis are also possible.

Asbestosis is a chronic lung condition that can impact you for the rest of your life. The condition ranges from mild to severe. It can cause a dry cough, shortness of breath and other symptoms. One troubling point about asbestosis is that it doesn’t usually become evident until 10 to 40 years after asbestos exposure.

We understand that you were probably only trying to earn a living wage when you were exposed to asbestos. This makes asbestos-related conditions especially harrowing. You are being punished for trying to support your family.

If you have been diagnosed with asbestosis, you might opt to seek compensation for the effects the condition has on your life. You are at an increased risk of lung cancer and might find it difficult to live life in the manner you are accustomed to.

We can help you seek out the compensation you deserve for your asbestos-related illness. We understand how much this condition has already changed your life and how much it might continue to change. We want you to be able to get the medical care and support you need to live your remaining days out to the fullest extent possible. We will work hard to get you the compensation you deserve.

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