Mesothelioma caused by non-fault exposure to asbestos

What is mesothelioma?
Mesothelioma is a form of cancer in which cancerous or malignant cells appear around the heart, chest or abdominal region of the body. It is considered to be exclusively related to asbestos exposure, and can take up to 40 years after asbestos exposure for symptoms of mesothelioma to appear.

A lot of people working for asbestos manufacturing companies have been exposed to the substance which then leads to mesothelioma. There is also a long time between when someone is exposed to asbestos and the onset of disease (15 – 60 years). Unfortunately, by the time it is diagnosed, mesothelioma is almost always fatal.

How we can help
Our personal injury solicitors deal with a large number of mesothelioma cases every year and are some of the most experienced solicitors in the UK in this field of industrial illness claims. Our solicitors have a thorough understanding of asbestos law and will ensure you receive the maximum compensation award and treatment. Mesothelioma legal advice

Or service is risk free
We offer a no win, no fee service, which means just what it says – if your claim isn’t successful you won’t have to pay us a penny. It means making a compensation claim is completely free of financial risk, leaving you with nothing to lose and everything to gain. More information on our no win, no fee policy

Call us now – expert legal advice
We’re available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for anyone wishing to discuss any issue relating to mesothelioma. Call us on 0800 781 7789 or complete the claim assessment form opposite and we’ll get back to you.

Mesothelioma – facts and figures
The peak of asbestos use in the UK is thought to have been around the mid to late 1960s. As a result, some people are only now starting to suffer asbestos related illnesses. Facts and figures on mesothelioma

Types of mesothelioma
There are three types of mesothelioma: pleural mesothelioma, peritoneal mesothelioma and pericardial mesothelioma. More information about the different types of mesothelioma

Mesothelioma symptoms
Mesothelioma can take up to 60 years for symptoms to develop. Once they do develop, symptoms may include pain in the chest, shortness of breath or swelling in the abdominal area. More information on mesothelioma symptoms

Mesothelioma diagnosis
Many methods are used to determine mesothelioma including x-ray, MRI and CT scan. More information on mesothelioma diagnosis

Mesothelioma treatments
Mesothelioma treatment options take into account the patient's age and physical condition, among other factors. More information on mesothelioma treatment

Our personal injury solicitors
Dealing with mesothelioma claims requires the skills and expertise of an experienced personal injury solicitor. This will ensure you receive the maximum compensation award and treatment without any further stress. Our solicitors have a particular understanding of the issues surrounding asbestos related disease claims:

  • Empathy
    We appreciate the impact that contracting an asbestos related illness has and at all times your claim will be dealt with in a professional and compassionate manner
  • Asbestos law
    An advanced understanding of the complexities and issues relating to asbestos regulations, employer responsibility and related issues
  • Medical experts
    Access to the UK’s leading medical experts who will play a key role in providing expert medical opinion to support your claim
  • Rehabilitation and treatment
    We can make a dramatic difference by organising treatment for you through our links with the country’s best rehabilitation services
  • Witness resources
    An established network to enable us to trace witnesses even from as long ago as 20 years +

Contact us now
If you would like to speak to a member of our claim team about mesothelioma or any related issue, please call us on 0800 781 7789 or complete the claim assessment form opposite and we’ll get back to you.

 

 
 
 
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