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When Lung Cancer Is Caused By Asbestos Exposure

When an individual has inhaled asbestos particles, the fibers can lodge internally and eventually lead to a variety of devastating diseases, including lung cancer. Lung cancer caused by asbestos can take many forms. Mesothelioma, another cancer caused by asbestos exposure, can also be mistaken for lung cancer.

Help Getting Financial Compensation For Asbestos-Related Lung Cancer

If you have been diagnosed with lung cancer and you think it may have been caused by exposure to asbestos, there are avenues of legal recourse available to you and your family. The lawyers at Pourciau Law Firm have a dedicated focus on asbestos-related disease cases in New Orleans, Baton Rouge and surrounding Louisiana communities. Our combined 50 years of experience can strengthen your case. Contact us today to schedule your free consultation.

We help individuals obtain financial compensation for the injuries they have sustained. While dealing with a serious disease is tremendously difficult, our firm will fight aggressively on your behalf to obtain justice for you and your family. Our caring attorneys know that this is an emotional time, and we offer compassionate service and personal attention to your specific matter. Let us fight your legal battle so you can focus on your treatment.

In most cases, asbestos-related lung cancers will occur decades after an individual has been exposed to asbestos. Symptoms of lung cancer caused by asbestos exposure are the same as symptoms of lung cancer not caused by asbestos exposure. Individuals may experience a persistent dry, wheezing cough and enlarged lymph nodes in the airways. Other symptoms may include difficulty in breathing and chest pain. A doctor can perform tests to make an accurate diagnosis. It is important to share your work history at high-risk job sites with your physician.

Contact An Attorney Today About Lung Cancer And Asbestos

Pourciau Law Firm represents asbestos and mesothelioma clients in communities throughout Louisiana. Our New Orleans office is located in the Iberia Bank Building and operates between 6:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Our attorneys are also more than happy to meet with you at your home or hospital during or outside our operating hours. We accept asbestos and mesothelioma cases on a contingency basis, and we accept credit card payments for estate planning services.

Contact our law firm at 504-305-2375 or by email to schedule a free initial consultation with a dedicated and experienced lawyer who is skilled at asbestos-related cancer litigation.