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Can Veterans Claim for Asbestos Exposure If They're Already Receiving Agent Orange Benefits?

An attorney can help you receive the maximum compensation you deserve. U.S. military veterans receiving compensation for Agent Orange exposure during their service may also be eligible for compensation due to asbestos-related lung cancer. The critical factor lies in understanding the eligibility criteria for both types of compensation and gathering the necessary documentation to substantiate...

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Camp Lejeune Asbestos & Mesothelioma Claims

Veterans who were exposed to cancer-causing substances deserve justice. Members of the armed services and their families sacrifice a great deal to serve our country. At a bare minimum, our country should provide them with safe facilities in which to live and work. Unfortunately, for too many veterans, that's not what happened. In recent years,...

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Debunking the Smoking Myth for Asbestos Victims

Smokers with lung cancer can file asbestos claims. Many smokers are hesitant about seeking compensation for their asbestos-related lung cancer, assuming that their history with tobacco prevents them from filing claims. That's wrong. Unfortunately, this misconception has kept an untold number of victims from recovering the compensation they rightfully deserve. It has been well established...

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Mesothelioma Awareness Day is Sept. 26

Mesothelioma is a devastating cancer caused by asbestos exposure. Sept. 26 marks National Mesothelioma Awareness Day. On this day, patients, family members, doctors, and the mesothelioma community raise awareness about this rare cancer in an effort to help find a cure. Created in 2004 by the Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation (Meso Foundation) to educate the...

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Countertop Workers at Risk of Irreversible Lung Disease from Quartz

Behind their luster, quartz countertops hide a disturbing secret - the manufacturing and installation of artificial quartz kitchen and bathroom countertops are causing many workers to develop silicosis, an irreversible lung disease. Occupational silicosis linked to manufactured quartz Silicosis is caused by inhaling silica, tiny particles released when engineered quartz countertops - and other silica-containing materials...

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Can I File A Cancer Lawsuit for Benzene Exposure?

Benzene is among the most produced - and dangerous - chemicals in the US. Benzene, a highly-flammable liquid and hazardous vapor, has played a significant role in American industry and consumer products. However, its impact on American workers and culture has been marred by benzene's hazardous health effects. Benzene is among the top 20 chemicals...

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Who is Most At Risk for Developing Asbestos Lung Cancer?

Understanding asbestos exposure risks in occupations, industries, and secondary exposure. If you or a loved one have recently been diagnosed with lung cancer, it is important to understand the potential causes and risk factors associated with this devastating disease. Unfortunately, one significant risk factor that sometimes goes unnoticed is asbestos exposure. Asbestos, a naturally occurring...

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