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Georgia Mesothelioma Lawyers

Before 1970, asbestos was used throughout the United States as a cheap material for construction projects and product manufacturing. Initially praised for its benefits when used in insulation projects, asbestos was a favorite material of the construction industry for many decades. It was not until an alarming number of workers began to be diagnosed with mesothelioma, a devastating form of cancer, that the U.S. government and a variety of industries took actions to end the use of asbestos.

Mesothelioma develops in the lining of the lungs and is caused by the inhalation or ingestion of asbestos fibers. Due to the slow development rate of the disease over several decades, early detection is incredibly difficult, meaning that most patients are unable to receive any type of treatment for the disease until it is in its advanced stages.

The first step in fighting an illness is to become educated about it. To learn more about asbestos and the illnesses it causes, read the informative pages linked below. To learn about the legal matters surrounding asbestos, contact Georgia mesothelioma lawyers Williams Hart at 800-781-3955.

Facts about Asbestos and Mesothelioma

If you or a loved one is suffering from mesothelioma, turn to Georgia mesothelioma lawyers Williams Hart to protect your rights. The negligent actions of employers and manufacturers alike are often to blame when former employees or consumers develop mesothelioma.

Our knowledgeable Georgia mesothelioma attorneys can effectively evaluate your case and provide you with the legal guidance needed to organize a lawsuit against those who have caused your suffering.

About Williams Hart

Georgia mesothelioma lawyers Williams Hart are prepared to help you through this difficult time. Whether you are struggling with expensive medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, or other damages, our asbestos attorneys are dedicated to ensuring that you receive the compensation due to you for your suffering. Turn to the lawyers of Williams Hart to guide you through the complicated legal process.

Call 800-781-3955 to schedule your free initial consultation with a Georgia mesothelioma lawyer at Williams Hart.

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