Mesothelioma Lawyer


Choosing a Maryland Asbestos Attorney

Asbestos and mesothelioma claims are governed by a special area of the law that treats them differently than other types of workplace injuries. Since asbestos-related diseases have such a long latency period before diagnosis (up to 50 years in...

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Asbestos Exposure in Maryland

The state of Maryland has over 20 naturally-occurring asbestos deposits, including four specific areas that have been mined in the past. With its border along the Atlantic Ocean, Maryland is also home to several shipyards with known problems...

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Diagnosing Mesothelioma: Stage 2

Once mesothelioma has started to spread from the original tumor site, the cancer is categorized as Stage II. In this stage, noticeable symptoms will finally emerge, but they will still be mild and vague for the most part. Depending on the type of...

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Diagnosing Mesothelioma: Stage 3

Stage III of mesothelioma is considered advanced, which significantly limits your options for treatment. The extent of the cancer makes it difficult to remove all of the tumors and affected cells, meaning surgery may not be an effective option...

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Diagnosing Mesothelioma: Stage 1

If mesothelioma is diagnosed at Stage I, this means the cancer has not yet had a chance to spread, making the patient’s outlook significantly better than if the disease were discovered in its later stages. However, Stage I usually does not come...

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Diagnosing Mesothelioma: Stage 4

Stage IV is the final, most advanced stage of mesothelioma. Patients with Stage IV mesothelioma have the least effective treatment options. Symptoms are more intense compared to previous stages, and tumor growth is extensive. Typically, if...

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