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Former oil worker claims he contracted mesothelioma on the job

Going to work and being safe should be something that go hand in hand. People in Minnesota and across the country shouldn't fear going to work because their safety could be compromised. Sadly, many companies were not always forthcoming with the hazards that had the potential to hurt their workers. Years later, many employees are realizing that they are suffering from asbestos-related illnesses such as mesothelioma because they were not properly protected.

Mesothelioma is a growing concern for Minnesota residents

Going to work is something that most Americans do everyday without even considering that their employers could be exposing them to dangerous environments. Unfortunately, many employees in Minnesota, and all across the United States, who worked for companies that exposed them to asbestos or asbestos-containing products, are now facing unexpected consequences. Today, thousands of workers are now suffering the dangerous, and often deadly, effects of mesothelioma.

Man contracts mesothelioma 46 years after exposure and wins $7M

Most people go to work each day with the belief that they will be safe and protected by the policies and protocols in place by their employers. Unfortunately, employees in Minnesota and across the United States were unknowingly exposed to asbestos in the workplace for many years. In some cases, this exposure could lead to a rare form of cancer called mesothelioma, which may only manifest itself years after the exposure. This leaves the victims to suffer and be burdened with excessive medical bills. They do, however, have the right to seek legal relief through our civil court system.  

Man claims he contracted mesothelioma working as a deckhand

When most employees go to work, they are not thinking about whether the work they are doing could be hazardous to their health. People go to work assuming that they will be safe and that the employer has put all the appropriate safety precautions in place. Over the years, many companies in Minnesota and across the United States were not cautious when allowing employees to be working with asbestos, which caused many workers to develop mesothelioma.

Were cement pipes the cause of a woman's mesothelioma?

When choosing a neighborhood to live in, many people tend to pick a location that they deem to be safe. Many Minnesota families may look out for their family's well-being, but some dangers may be hidden. Without knowing it, many people can be exposed to the harmful effects of mesothelioma but not manifest any of the symptoms until years later. Victims who are suffering from this serious illness may wish to hold the parties deemed responsible accountable for their actions.

Contraction of mesothelioma could lead to lawsuits in Minnesota

As many Minnesota residents know, exposure to asbestos can be incredibly harmful. Though the effects of exposure may not show themselves right away, continued contact with the substance can lead to serious medical diseases, including mesothelioma. If a person contracts such an illness due to being exposed to asbestos, they may wish to file a claim against the party or parties deemed responsible for the exposure.

Family members win case in mesothelioma deaths

Being diagnosed with or losing a loved one to cancer can be a very difficult situation for many Minnesota residents. If cancer, such as mesothelioma, was a result of exposure to asbestos particles, those surviving family members may feel that certain parties should be held liable for the death of their loved one. In such a situation, individuals may wish to file a claim against companies or other potentially liable parties in order to seek compensation.

Patients may have alternative option for mesothelioma testing

Many individuals in Minnesota who worked in industries where they were exposed to asbestos on a regular basis could be at risk for serious health issues. Among those issues is mesothelioma, a serious form of cancer. For many individuals, the process for diagnosing such an illness may be difficult, but a new procedure could potentially allow for more options to be available when it comes to testing for the cancer.

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