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Baton Rouge Mesothelioma Attorney

Asbestos is a mineral composed of crystalline fibers that can be found around the world. It was once considered a near-perfect building material: cheap to mine, highly versatile, and resistant to both flames and chemicals. Even when evidence linking it to lung disease began to emerge in the early 20th century, many employers and manufacturers chose to cover it up instead of ceasing use of this “miracle mineral.”

As a result of this callous decision, millions of Americans have been diagnosed with painful diseases caused by asbestos exposure, including the aggressive cancer mesothelioma. Today, Baton Rouge mesothelioma attorneys Williams Hart are committed to helping these patients and their families win the compensation they need to cover their medical expenses and more. Call us at 800-781-3955.

Asbestos and Mesothelioma: The Facts

Some people wonder why asbestos and mesothelioma are still being treated as current issues. After all, the federal government began to closely regulate asbestos back in the 1970’s. There are two reasons asbestos remains a public health concern: mesothelioma can take years – even decades – to develop, and asbestos is still present in many older buildings and products.

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For important information about your legal rights, including compensation for which you may be eligible, you need to speak with a Baton Rouge mesothelioma attorney.

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Demonstrating the most likely cause of an individual’s mesothelioma can be a complicated and time consuming process. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with this condition, you need to begin building your legal case as soon as possible. To schedule a consultation with the experienced Baton Rouge mesothelioma attorneys of Williams Hart, contact us at 800-781-3955.

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