Although the causal relationship between asbestos exposure and pulmonary fibrosis has not been recognized yet, a series of reliable medical studies found this disease highly prevalent among former industrial workers and veterans who were repeatedly exposed to high levels of the toxic mineral. The signs of asbestos-related pulmonary diseases can be detected by conducting a chest X-ray which should be reviewed by a board-certified B-reader radiologist.
Diagnosing asbestos-related illnesses can be difficult, especially if past asbestos exposure is omitted from the occupational profile. A pulmonary fibrosis misdiagnosis greatly affects your prognosis. We strongly recommend seeking a second opinion from a specialist in asbestos-related diseases as this can help you receive an accurate diagnosis.
Former industrial workers and veterans who are suffering from cancer after exposure to asbestos may qualify for payments from the companies that exposed them to asbestos, VA, and asbestos trust funds.
In addition to the information we gather from you if you suffer from asbestos cancer, our experts will also research your case thoroughly in order to discover other relevant details, which might ensure the success of your claim. If you have lost a family member who had not filed a claim during their lifetime to asbestos cancer, we can also help you file a claim to obtain compensation.
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