What Is Mesothelioma?

Mesothelioma is an asbestos-related disease linked to past asbestos exposure. When a person works in close proximity to asbestos, he or she has a higher risk of inhalation of microscopic asbestos particles. These tiny fibers can enter the lungs and cause damage to the protective lining of the lungs and other organs. This lining is known as the mesothelium, and after long-term irritation and scarring caused by asbestos it may begin growing malignant cancer cells.

Unfortunately, many people who have mesothelioma are not aware of the problem until it is too late. The cancer is difficult to diagnose because it takes so long for symptoms to appear. Many people will work with asbestos and will not notice they have any breathing problems until decades later. At its later stages, mesothelioma has a higher death rate.

We Are Georgia Mesothelioma Compensation Lawyers Who Will Fight For You

The right doctor could save your life; the right attorney could mean the difference between being able to afford the right treatments and having to suffer even longer. If you have been exposed to asbestos and are experiencing any symptoms of mesothelioma, asbestosis or other asbestos-related diseases, make an appointment with your doctor immediately, then contact a Georgia mesothelioma lawsuit lawyer at your earliest convenience.

At the Buck Law Firm, we are dedicated to fighting for the legal rights of mesothelioma sufferers and their families. Rob Buck, our law firm's founder, is a native Georgian and mesothelioma attorney you can trust. Rob's professional career, spanning more than 18 years, includes litigation victories for mesothelioma victims across the state. His advice and advocacy has made an enormous positive difference in the lives of many injured clients and their families.

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For a free initial consultation, call us at 678-348-6020 or toll free at 888-594-9958. Or, if you prefer to send an email, you can do so using the secure form on this website. If you are too ill to visit us, we will come to you.