Texas Mesothelioma 05/07/2012 : Texas has one of the highest rates of mesothelioma victims in the nation per capita. Mesotheliomaoccurs at a high rate in Texas due to the types of industry that exist and have existed in Texas for many decades. Ship Yard Workers, Military Veterans, Constructions Workers and workers for other specific industries are far more likely to be exposed to asbestos than the national average. Given that Texas has numerous military bases and ship yards these two industries along account for a great number of asbestos exposure victims that later develop asbestosis or mesothelioma cancer. The building boom that went on for decades around Texas created numerous construction jobs for Texans unfortunately, construction workers are among the most likely to be exposed to Asbestos. If you have been exposed to asbestos and developed asbestosis or Mesothelioma please contact us today and we will arrange a free consultation with a mesothelioma lawyer about your potential mesothelioma lawsuit. If you have had a loved one pass away from Mesothelioma or asbestosis you may be able to file a mesothelioma lawsuit for the loss of your loved one. Contact us today to get more free information.
Mesothelioma and Asbesosis can only be caused by exposure to asbestos. Asbestos is a naturally occurring substance that has been used in the United States and around the world in construction products, auto motive products, as an insulator, in ship building and for many other purposes. Numerous schools in Texas and around the nation were built using asbestos products for one purpose or another. This wide spread use of asbestos has lead to a large number of Texas residents as well as others in the United States being exposed to asbestos. It can take decades for Mesothelioma or asbestosis to develop once an individual has been exposed to asbestos. The relatives of a person who has been exposed to asbestos can also become exposed and later develop mesothelioma or asbestosis as a result of secondary exposure from the clothing of their family member that worked around products made with asbestos. Mesothelioma is a form of cancer and at this time there is no cure. Treatments are being developed to help extend the lives of those who have Mesothelioma however, no actual cure for Mesothelioma has been developed to date.
If you or a loved one has been exposed to asbestos and later developed Mesothelioma then you are aware of the emotional as well as financial burdens caused by Mesothelioma. Your only recourse to recover your medical expenses as well as monetary damages suffered due to Mesothelioma is to file a Mesothelioma Lawsuit. Contact us today and we will arrange a free consultation with a Mesothelioma Lawyer about your potential Mesothelioma Lawsuit. As with any lawsuit, there is a time limit for filing a Mesothelioma Lawsuit. Do not hesitate to call us immediately for more free information and to arrange a consultation with a Mesothelioma Lawyer who can advise you of your legal rights and file a Mesothelioma Lawsuit on your behalf.