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Lung Cancer is the most common type of cancer linked to asbestos exposure. It is found in people who have sustained prolonged exposure to asbestos. Lung cancer, asbestos related or otherwise, develops in the tissue that surrounds the lung, often obstructing and invading air passages. The length of time between exposure to asbestos and the occurrence of lung cancer is usually 20 to 30 years and in some cases can be longer. Inhalation of cigarette smoke and asbestos dust multiplies the effect, which increases susceptibility to developing asbestos lung cancer significantly.
If you have been diagnosed with asbestos lung cancer and can recall how you came into contact with asbestos you may be eligible to claim compensation from your former employer or their insurers.
As a starting point, it is vital that you instruct specialist asbestos lung cancer compensation solicitors to deal with your claim as this will improve the prospects of you recovering your compensation swiftly. It is important to move quickly on such claims as there are strict time limits for claiming.
The issue of extent of asbestos exposure is particularly important in an asbestos lung cancer case and our specialist solicitors always take a detailed exposure history from sufferers at the outset in order to assess this important point.
Our specialist mesothelioma and asbestos lung cancer solicitors will look into the circumstances of your exposure to asbestos and assess whether a claim can be pursued against your employers or any other party directly. Even if the entities no longer trade, you could still claim against their insurers. We have a database of traced insurers which we will consult when advising you on the prospects of succeeding in your asbestos lung cancer compensation claim.
Cases involving asbestos lung cancer can take longer to deal with than mesothelioma claims as they have their own complexities, mainly due to the fact that other agents can cause lung cancer such as cigarette smoke but our team have succeeded in recovering asbestos lung cancer compensation in many cases.
Our specialist asbestos lung cancer solicitors deal with all cases on an urgent basis to move claims forward as swiftly as possible.
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When evaluating a case for asbestos lung cancer compensation, our expert solicitors will ask you a number of questions including:-
Our expert lawyers will also look into the company and insurance history for the potentially liable companies at the outset as a priority.
Depending on the research carried out and the answers to the questions raised, cases for asbestos lung cancer compensation can and do succeed. Such questions will always be asked at the outset to assist our expert team in assessing the prospects of succeeding in your case.
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Our expert team of mesothelioma solicitors have dealt with a wide variety of asbestos lung cancer cases, often involving novel circumstances. In dealing with so many different past claims for mesothelioma compensation, our team use their experience and knowledge to assess new claims quickly and advance such cases with focus, speed and vigour.
Here are just some of the notable cases we have dealt with in the past….
Our specialist team of asbestos solicitors also keep up to date with all new developments involving asbestos related lung cancer, whether this is in the form of groundbreaking medical research, new state benefits, legal reform or newly decided cases, clinical trials and the development of new treatments.
Our team is committed to raising awareness of the dangers of asbestos exposure resulting in the development of asbestos lung cancer by regularly writing newsletters and articles for medical professionals and lay people alike.
It is vital that sufferers are aware of their right to claim asbestos lung cancer compensation and are kept informed about changes in all issues surrounding the condition.
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Treatment options for asbestos lung cancer will depend on a number of issues, your general health and fitness, the stage of your cancer and any additional medical conditions you may have.
There are three treatment options and stages currently available in the UK for asbestos lung cancer:
It may be that a combination of two of the above, or all three can be used, however, this does depend on the stage of the cancer. Your medical team will discuss your treatment options with you and together you can devise a treatment plan.
For more information on treatment options, currently available in the UK, please click the link.
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