Thousands Of Asbestos Victims Continue To Die Of Mesothelioma Every Year – But Why?
Given that the use of asbestos has dropped dramatically since the 1970s, many people are alarmed by the fact that thousands of individuals still die each year of mesothelioma, a deadly cancer linked to asbestos exposure.
So why are more people dying of mesothelioma and other asbestos-related diseases even though asbestos is supposedly being used less today? If you would like to learn the answer to this question, we encourage you to read our recently published white paper titled Asbestos: The Relentless Killer. In it, we examine:
- The number of mesothelioma deaths over the past several years and why this number isn’t dropping
- The age groups and professions most at risk for developing mesothelioma
- The places in which you can still find asbestos today
- The reasons why women now make up a significant portion of mesothelioma victims, despite the fact that it has traditionally impacted male-dominated industries
- The legal options that may be available for asbestos and mesothelioma victims
At The Gori Law Firm, we truly believe that people exposed to asbestos deserve as much information as possible about that exposure and asbestos-related medical conditions.
We invite you to download our white paper for free.
Sara M. Salger
See a slideshow summary of our white paper.