Asbestos Cancer

1. Asbestos cancer of the lungs is caused by a highly toxic, fibrous mineral.

Exposure to this mineral can cause serious illnesses such as asbestosis or mesothelioma. This mineral is so small that it can not be seen by the naked eye. Continued exposure affects over a million employees in construction and general industry today. Sadly, many of the workers that are exposed to this mineral already have or will eventually have cancer.

2. Very few people have asbestos cancer.

Exposure affects over a million people working in construction and general industry. This is a very large number of people and the number of cases continues to grow. Asbestos cancer symptoms include coughing, shortness of breath, fever, loss of appetite, reduced energy, loss of weight, difficulty swallowing and swelling of the face. These are very serious symptoms and should not be taken lightly. When an individual has been exposed to asbestos in the past and has a combination of these symptoms, it is important to receive immediate medical attention. The longer this condition goes untreated, the harder it will be to defeat.

3. Those with mesothelioma may file a lawsuit.

An individual may be eligible to file a lawsuit if he or she can prove they have been exposed to asbestos that caused the case of mesothelioma. It must be possible to verify exposure in the individual's workplace history to file a lawsuit. Health records must also be submitted with evidence of this disease in the individual's body.

4. Juries hearing mesothelioma lawsuit actions rarely rule in favor of victims.

Juries have consistently ruled in favor of victims who are qualified to file a lawsuit. The cost of hiring a lawyer can be well worth the financial benefit. These lawsuit settlement amounts range into the tens of millions of dollars.

5. It is impossible to be healed of asbestos cancer.

Mark 10:27 - And Jesus looking upon them saith, With men it is impossible, but not with God: for with God all things are possible.

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