(PRWEB) January 10, 2012
Clapper Patti Schweizer & Mason (CPSM) have a newly updated section of their website specifically for U.S. Navy and military veterans exposed to asbestos who now live with the threat of developing mesothelioma, an incurable cancer often not diagnosed until it has reached advanced stages. CPSM now offers comprehensive information, particularly for those most at risk because of working onboard ships, Navy vessels, and in ship yards and other areas of the military where likelihood of exposure to asbestos was high.
Jack Clapper, founder of CPSM and a US Veteran himself, speaks to his dedication to fight for justice for veterans who were injured by asbestos: “I was a fighter pilot in the United States Air Force, and I am accustomed to being able to fight for people when they need help. I am especially dedicated to helping Navy Veterans as they run the highest risk of mesothelioma given that they worked in enclosed, tight spaces where exposure to asbestos was unavoidable.”
Due to this dedication, CPSM recently updated their website to offer the latest, most useful information for veterans from the Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, Army and Coast Guard who are coping with a diagnosis of mesothelioma. The attorneys also offer free case evaluations, informative booklets, and advice particular to veterans who are suffering from asbestos related diseases.
CPSM mesothelioma lawyers specialize in asbestos lawsuits and in representing former US Navy and military personnel. In addition to the newly updated website, veterans diagnosed with mesothelioma are offered immediate free case evaluation with an experienced attorney and sent books and brochures that outline everything a newly diagnosed person and their family needs to know. In addition, after finding out the particulars to your case, the attorneys at CPSM can, right there on the spot, tell you the names of recommended mesothelioma treatment centers and oncologists closest to where you live.
The attorneys at CPSM have stood by thousands of military and Navy veterans diagnosed with mesothelioma and supported their families, witnessing firsthand the heartbreak and challenges that this fatal disease causes. They offer this newly updated information on their website as a resource to anyone who has ever worked on or around ships and shipyards. If you or a family member has been diagnosed with mesothelioma, call us today at 1-800-440-4262.