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If you were diagnosed with Lung Cancer, complete the form below to see if you qualify for compensation.


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If you were diagnosed with Lung Cancer within the last 3 years, complete the form below to see if you qualify for compensation.


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If you or your loved one worked as a tradesperson prior to 1985 and were diagnosed with lung cancer within the last 3 years you may be entitled to substantial financial settlement. Contact us today.

Lung Cancer Victims

Your Lung Cancer May Be

Linked To Asbestos


Lung Cancer has been linked to asbestos, a toxic mineral often unknowingly handled by people who worked in a wide variety of trades. Asbestos is a mineral fiber that might be found in construction materials, insulation, paint and automobiles, and can increase your risk of developing life-threatening diseases.


Some of the most common industries that require employees to handle asbestos are:

Your Lung Cancer Might Be Linked To Asbestos


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  • Construction
  • Shipyards
  • Chemical plants
  • Metal works
  • Auto mechanic
  • Military service
  • Power Plants
  • Oil refineries

According to the EPA, three major health effects of handling asbestos are:

  • Lung cancer
  • Mesothelioma, or cancer of the linings of the heart, lung, chest and abdomen
  • Asbestosis, a non-cancer lung disease

Some of the most common jobs that require employees to handle asbestos are:

  • Auto mechanic
  • Construction workers 
  • Firefighter
  • Machinist
  • Electrician
  • Naval veteran
  • Pipe-layer
  • Pipe-fitter
  • Plumber
  • Boiler operator
  • Plasterer
  • Maintenance worker
  • Ship builder
  • Steel / Iron worker
  • Welder

Veterans Exposed to Asbestos:

You Have Important Legal Rights


Every year on November 11, we remember all the sacrifices our veterans have made for us.

From the 1930s through the 1970s, asbestos products were heavily used in the military for its heat resistant and insulating properties.

Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer, Explained


The most common type of lung cancer is non-small cell, making up 80-85% of lung cancer.

This cancer is categorized based on the size of the original tumor and where the cancer has spread.

A Web App for Better Lung Cancer Care


Lung cancer patients may be able to improve survival and quality of life with a new web application called Moovcare.


This web app was revealed at the annual American Society of Clinical Oncology meeting.

A Web App for Better Lung Cancer Care

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We are here to ensure that your voice is heard. If you or a loved one has developed lung cancer, we want to hear about it. Contact us today by submitting the form above or calling 800-783-2555, and we will review your case for free.

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