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Taking the First Steps toward Compensation

If you were exposed to the dangerous broken fibers of asbestos, you could be facing a lifetime of difficulty. Unfortunately, the use of asbestos was not officially banned in the United States until 1979, leaving thousands of workers exposed to the dangerous substance. The effects of asbestos exposure can be life-changing, and coping with the costs of treating its effects can be extremely difficult. However, those who were exposed to asbestos and are now suffering from its effects may be able to take steps toward obtaining compensation for their illnesses and suffering.

With the help of an experienced asbestos lawyer from Williams Hart, you may be able to obtain financial compensation from the party responsible for exposing you to asbestos. Contact us today by calling 800-781-3955 to discuss your situation in further detail and learn more about what we may be able to do for you.

Three Essential Steps for Pursuing Compensation

Asbestos exposure can lead to serious conditions like mesothelioma, asbestosis, and lung scarring, all of which can result in extremely expensive medical bills. Fortunately, you can take action to pursue compensation to help cover the costs of treating these various illnesses. Three essential steps to take are:

  1. Determine where / when you were exposed to asbestos
  2. Gather documentation related to your illness, like medical and Social Security records
  3. Discuss your claim with an experienced attorney

Taking these steps can make it more likely that a person suffering from asbestos exposure will receive financial compensation for their asbestos-related illness and suffering.

Contact Us

If you or a person you love has fallen ill after being exposed to asbestos and is ready to take action, contact the experienced asbestos attorneys of Williams Hart today by calling 800-781-3955.

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