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Mesothelioma can leave you too ill to work and unable to support yourself, all because your employer let you be exposed to asbestos. If your employer didn’t take care of your safety, contact a South Carolina lawyer about your illness.

Asbestos is a dangerous substance that can lead to mesothelioma, a serious lung disease that can lead to lifelong health issues. Unfortunately, you might have been exposed to these substances because of your workplace. It’s a serious threat for many workers, especially factory workers, construction workers, firefighters, and miners.

When you’ve contracted mesothelioma, you’ll need help recovering compensation that can cover your treatment and care. If you’re struggling to recover, then, you’ll need a lawyer from HawkLaw, PA on your side. A South Carolina mesothelioma lawyer can help you understand your legal options and what you can do to fight back after contracting this disease.

Who’s Responsible?

When you’ve contracted a disease like mesothelioma, chances are good that you were exposed to the disease through someone else’s negligence. The question is, who’s liable for those injuries? Typically, that depends on how you were exposed to asbestos.

Typically, people contract the disease through their jobs. Those exposed to asbestos regularly, like miners and firefighters, should be given proper protection from asbestos. However, if your equipment failed or your employer failed to provide protection, and you’ve now contracted mesothelioma, you may seek compensation from your employer for the exposure.

If you don’t work in a position where you’re exposed to these substances, you may have contracted mesothelioma because of exposure to asbestos in your home. Some older buildings may still contain asbestos, and if your landlord didn’t warn you or protect their residents, they may be liable for your illness.  

Seeking Compensation in South Carolina

Mesothelioma is a serious condition, which means that your damages might be extensive. Worse, you’ll need to calculate both your economic and non-economic damages, as well as your current and future damages.

You might first calculate your economic damages, which cover your financial losses. For example, mesothelioma is a condition that may require long-term treatment, so include those treatment costs in your injury claim. Make sure you’re also getting the non-economic damages you need. These damages cover the intangible suffering you might experience because of mesothelioma, such as the emotional trauma of living with a deadly illness.  

If you’ve been exposed to asbestos in South Carolina, you may need some or all the following damages in order to deal with your mesothelioma diagnosis:

  • Current and future medical costs
  • Lost wages
  • Household services
  • Pain and suffering
  • Loss of enjoyment of life

Get Legal Help for Your South Carolina Mesothelioma Claim

When you contract a serious illness like mesothelioma, you’ll need compensation to help you recover from your illness. Fortunately, that’s what an attorney from HawkLaw, PA can provide. You need legal guidance, and we can give you the help you need.

If you’re struggling with your claim, reach out for help from a South Carolina mesothelioma lawyer. Our attorneys will start with a free consult, which gives you the chance to ask questions and be sure that we’re the right firm for you. When you’re ready to get started, give us a call at 1-888-HAWK-LAW (429-5529) or complete the following online form for your free consultation*.

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