Fighting For Asbestos-Related Lung Cancer Victims In North Dakota
If you or a family member has been diagnosed with lung cancer, you owe it to yourself to try to find out if exposure to asbestos caused the disease. For many years, asbestos was widely used in the construction industry, as well as in chemical refineries, power plants, shipyards, auto repair products (such as brake pads and shoes) and many other industries. The link between asbestos exposure and lung cancer is well-established.
How Were You Exposed To Asbestos?
Manufacturing companies continued using asbestos in products long after the health risks were known. Many people in North Dakota were exposed to high-levels of asbestos on the job or through secondhand exposure to asbestos through coming into contact with a household member’s work clothes that were covered with asbestos fibers.
Even people with a history of smoking may be entitled to compensation if asbestos exposure can be linked to lung cancer. Asbestos is a known carcinogen. Smokers who have been exposed to asbestos have a significantly higher risk for developing lung cancer than a smoker who was never exposed to asbestos fibers.
Local Records And Experience To Obtain Results
Many national firms advertise extensively on television to address asbestos-related litigation concerns. They may be willing to send a junior associate to meet with you. When you work with David C. Thompson, P.C., in Grand Forks, you are gaining access to a local lawyer with more than 30 years experience effectively handling North Dakota asbestos litigation.
Over the course of more than three decades, we have amassed extensive knowledge of the local products, buildings, industries and sources of asbestos exposure. We draw on that knowledge and our substantial experience with asbestos-related lung cancer cases to build strong cases for our clients. Our goal is to maximize compensation while providing clients with the one-on-one personal service they deserve.
Take Action Now To Protect Your Family’s Financial Stability
Please call 701-213-4916 or contact us online now to schedule a free consultation. We work on a contingency basis so you pay no attorney fees unless we obtain compensation for the harm you have suffered.