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The costs of mesothelioma can be overwhelming. They can include income loss, expensive treatments that may not be covered by health insurance, plus pain and suffering for you and for your family. Because the disease is preventable – and because it is usually caused by someone else’s negligence – legal options may be available to help regain these costs. Asbestos lawyers focus their practice on knowledgeably and effectively bringing to justice companies that exposed employees and the public to asbestos products. A mesothelioma attorney can help you consider your options and file a claim against the company responsible for your asbestos-related illness. More than one company may be responsible. A mesothelioma attorney identifies all companies at fault. Mesothelioma lawsuits have helped thousands of people receive financial assistance. A lawsuit can result in much-needed money to help reduce financial hardships during an illness and can also provide a more stable future for your loved ones. A lawyer specializing in asbestos litigation can help you seek compensation for expenses related to illness caused by asbestos exposure.

Asbestos Found In Harvard University Housing

Asbestos was recently discovered in Winthrop House at Harvard University, causing one student to temporarily move out. […]

Asbestos Removal Underway At Chicago’s Lake County Prosecutor’s Office

Lake County Prosecutor Center workers move to a temporary office while asbestos abatement and renovations occur. […]

Asbestos Adds $100,000 To Elementary School’s Improvement Plans

Asbestos discovered in Van-Far Elementary School will cost the district significant dollars and push back original improvement plans. […]

Asbestos Adds $100,000 To Elementary School’s Improvement Plans

Asbestos discovered in Van-Far Elementary School will cost the district significant dollars and push back original improvement plans. […]

Asbestos Hazard Found in Public Library

The material was identified by an observant patron who regularly visits the Poteet Library. […]

Employees Return to Federal Building after Year-Long Asbestos-Caused Absence

The Joe L. Evins Building in Oak Ridge closed abruptly in June 2012 after asbestos was found in the HVAC system […]