Were You Exposed?
During the Vietnam war, from 1964 to 1973, asbestos was prevalent, and commonly used to build ships, transport vehicles and construction sites. Popular for its resistance to heat and flames, asbestos fibers were even woven into fire protective aprons, gloves and uniforms, all without manufacturers’ warnings of the dangers.
Whether you served in the Navy, Army, Marines or Air Force, there is a high likelihood that you were exposed to asbestos, and are at risk on developing mesothelioma.
Know Your Legal Rights
Anyone diagnosed with mesothelioma has the right to compensation for medical expenses, lost wages or pension benefits, and for the pain and suffering that comes with this tragic illness.
Vietnam Veterans who have been diagnosed with an asbestos-related disease, such as mesothelioma, have legal rights and may be able to recover compensation for their losses and suffering. Only an experienced mesothelioma lawyer will know if you have a valid legal claim.
Choosing a Mesothelioma Lawyer
Making decisions right now can be overwhelming. However, choosing the right mesothelioma attorney could be the most important financial decision you’ll ever make: A top quality attorney could bring you millions of dollars in compensation, depending on the facts of your case. A favorable verdict will help you pay for the best in medical care, and ensure financial security for your family— now and into the future.
What’s more, a mesothelioma lawsuit guarantees that the perpetrators of your disease are held publicly accountable for exposing asbestos into the environment.
About Kazan Law
Since 1974, Kazan Law has been helping Vietnam Veterans injured by asbestos exposure. We can guide you through the steps to discover how and when you may have been exposed to asbestos, and determine if you may be due compensation by any company that may have been responsible for your asbestos exposure.
To learn more about your rights and schedule a free legal consultation, please fill out the form to your right, or call Kazan Law today at (888) 927-5330.