Asbestos lung cancer is a rare form of cancer linked to asbestos exposure. If you have been diagnosed with the disease or a family member has died from asbestos lung cancer, you may be entitled to compensation.
The asbestos attorneys at James F. Humphreys & Associates, L.C., have successfully represented many individuals and families who suffered losses from diseases caused by exposure to asbestos. From our office in Charleston, West Virginia, we serve clients across the country.
Representing Workers And Their Families
Asbestos was widely used in steel plants, chemical plants, power plants, construction, auto repair, shipyards, mining, glass plants, railroads and other industries. Many companies continued to use asbestos and expose workers to the materials long after the health risks were known.
While asbestos is no longer widely used, workers may still suffer from asbestos-related illnesses due to past exposure. Symptoms typically appear 15 to 30 years after exposure to asbestos. The combination of asbestos exposure and smoking greatly increases the risk of developing lung cancer. However, even if you smoked, you may still be able to pursue a claim against the company that exposed you to asbestos. James F. Humphreys & Associates, L.C., maintains an extensive database of information about workplaces that put workers at risk.
Other lawyers in West Virginia and elsewhere often refer asbestos lung cancer and mesothelioma cases to our law firm because they know we have the knowledge and resources necessary to bring successful claims and lawsuits on behalf of victims.
Contact An Asbestos Lung Cancer Litigation Attorney
Call 304-881-0652 to schedule a free initial consultation with an asbestos lung cancer attorney in Charleston. If you are unable to travel, contact us about a home visit.