If you were diagnosed with mesothelioma after exposure to asbestos, The Cartwright Law Firm’s mesothelioma lawyers in Houston will provide a free consultation to discuss your legal options.
Mesothelioma is a rare form of cancer that attacks the lining of the organs, including the stomach, lungs, and heart. Exposure to asbestos is the main cause of mesothelioma, a cancer for which there is no cure. Until 1972, the mineral asbestos was used on construction sites throughout the United States. When asbestos is inhaled, toxic fibers enter workers’ lungs and mesothelioma can develop. Often, symptoms do not appear until many years after the damage has been done. By the time that symptoms do appear, the life expectancy of the injured party is usually less than two years. Many who are diagnosed with mesothelioma face death within a few months from their initial diagnosis.
- Shortness of breath
- Chest pain
- Persistent cough
- Extreme fatigue
- Abdominal swelling
Although based in Houston, The Cartwright Law Firm’s pharmaceutical & drug litigation attorneys represent clients throughout Texas and nationally.
Individuals who are diagnosed with this deadly disease and their families experience many hardships: physical and financial suffering, fear of pain and loss and anger at those responsible for their injuries. At The Cartwright Law Firm, our Texas asbestos attorneys are committed to helping innocent individuals, their families and loved ones. We understand the pain and suffering that our clients face and use all legal means to bring families and those injured the compensation, justice, care and comfort that they deserve.
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To protect your rights or the rights of a loved one who has been affected, please contact one of our attorneys who focuses on mesothelioma and asbestos exposure at The Cartwright Law Firm today so we can fight for you. Hablamos Español.
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