Help for Mesothelioma / Asbestos Victims Across Massachusetts
Mesothelioma is an aggressive form of cancer that affects the mesothelium (a thin, protective lining around the lungs, heart and other parts of the body) and tends to be resistant to normal cancer treatments. Almost all cases of this cancer are caused by direct or indirect (secondary) exposure to asbestos. The first lawsuits against asbestos manufacturers began in 1929. It was discovered that the hazardous effects on the body were known about and kept hidden by the companies manufacturing and selling the dangerous product. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with mesothelioma, we want to urge you to speak with a lawyer at our firm as soon as possible.
Exposure to Asbestos
Asbestos was used extensively in construction materials (as insulation for both homes and office buildings), household appliances and floor tiles. Exposure can be extremely brief and can still cause devastating effects. Certain occupations are more at risk for this cancer.
Occupations particularly at risk for contracting mesothelioma:
- Construction workers
- Military veterans
- Demolition crews
- Car mechanics
- Asbestos mine workers
- Shipyard workers
- Manufacturing plant workers
If one of these positions has been your occupation, you should contact the Springfield asbestos lawyer at A Good Law Firm to find out if you have a case for compensation.
30+ Years Handling Cases Involving Asbestos & Other Dangerous Products
Personal injury is the focus of our law firm. We are relentless in the pursuit of justice and compensation for the seriously injured. We understand how difficult your life has become, whether you have lost a loved one to mesothelioma or you have been diagnosed with it. You do not have to fight this fight alone. We work hard for our clients and we are proud of the financial awards and settlements we have won for them. We care about your rights and will do everything we can to restore them. Regardless of how desperate life may seem, we provide trusted legal counsel that may make things better.