SlideShare provides mesothelioma guide for families
If you or a loved one has recently been diagnosed with mesothelioma, you probably have many questions. While focus must shift to medical care, you also need to get sound legal advice or you could lose the right to seek legal remedies.
Piecing together a work history can answer where and when asbestos exposure occured. Is long-term, direct exposure necessary? In many cases the answer is no, short-term (a college internship in a metal plating factory) or secondhand (laundering asbestos laden clothing) may have been enough.
Studies in the 20s and 30s were already identifying risks associated with asbestos. But many companies and manufacturers ignored the dangers. In our recent white paper, we explain why asbestos was used and which professions carried greater risks of exposure. Monetary damages could be available to pay for treatment and ensure protections are in place for family.
What are some of the highlights from our paper? You can find out by checking out our easy to skim SlideShare:
To learn answers about how exposure occurred and how to seek a legal remedy, please read our full white paper.
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