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Washington D.C. Mesothelioma Lawyer

At Danziger & De Llano, our Washington D.C. mesothelioma lawyers are ready to help you get the compensation that you deserve. We have recovered millions for our clients, and we will devote our time towards helping you and your family.

Asbestos has been classified as a human carcinogen by the International Agency for Research on Cancer. There are known health risks involved in exposure to asbestos dust. And those who develop asbestos-related diseases do not have an idea that they are sick because early signs and symptoms do not show until the late stages of the cancer. It can take decades for symptoms to appear and sometimes it’s actually too late for treatment. The most common cause of mesothelioma lung cancer is the wide use of asbestos or chrysolite. Take a look at where chrysolite is commonly used: texture coats, plasters, fireproofing materials, gaskets, brake pads, fire blankets, stage curtains, and fireproof clothing used by fire fighters. While small amounts of asbestos don’t necessarily cause cancer, workers manufacturing these may be at great risk. If you know someone who works in the following industries like mining and manufacturing, recommend a visit to a doctor to check if they have developed mesothelioma so that it can be treated right away.

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