Mesothelioma & Asbestos

Mesothelioma is one of the most deadly diseases ever known. It alone is responsible for killing at least over 1500 people of our country every year. When a person is diagnosed with this disease, he knows that his lifespan has reduced drastically and would be lasting a mere 24 months from the date of contraction with this disease.


It is a disease caused by the mineral Asbestos which the workers and the laborers contact during digging of mines, working in factories, at shipyards or steel workers etc. It is caused when the workers working in the dust inhales asbestos and the mineral affects the lungs and starts to develop into cancer. It has no smell or taste is not visible to the naked eye but when inhaled causes a lot of problems.

Diagnosis of Mesothelioma is very difficult as its symptoms may not appear for a long time which not only complicates the diagnosis process but also its treatment. Most common symptoms that can occur are fatigue and shortness of breath. Moreover acute pain in the chest occurs frequently.

Patients diagnosed with any of the above symptoms are advised to see a physician and medical expert for thorough evaluation before it becomes too late.

Our mesothelioma issues expert attorneys will present your case in the court and will assist you in dealing with the legal procedures. So all you require is t contact us and leave the rest upon us.

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