(PRWEB) July 17, 2014
The Mesothelioma Compensation Center firmly believes all too often a diagnosed victim of mesothelioma, or their family members focus in on treatment options such as chemotherapy without beginning the compensation claims process at the same time. That is why this week the group is sharing timely information on the subject.
According to Reuters in March of 2014, "Terminally ill cancer patients who received chemotherapy in the last months of life were more likely to die in an intensive care unit than those who did not receive chemo, according to a new study. Many advanced cancer patients receive chemotherapy that is only meant to make them more comfortable. They often don't realize it will not cure them."
For attribution please read: http://news.yahoo.com/chemo-terminal-cancer-patients-linked-aggressive-care-161619756.html
The Mesothelioma Compensation Center says, “In many instances the mesothelioma is so advanced the victim will die before talking to one of the nation's top mesothelioma compensation attorneys. This can end in a mess for the victim and their family members. The mistake could also cost the victim, or their family members hundreds of thousands, or millions of dollars because only the victim will know the specifics of their exposure to asbestos."
"We are urging all diagnosed victims of mesothelioma to call us immediately at 866-714-6466, once the diagnosis has been confirmed. Not only will we instantly provide a victim, or their family members with instant access to the nation's most skilled mesothelioma attorneys, we will create a report on the best possible treatment options in the specific area, or region of the victim. We will also help the family get organized in other ways such as establishing who the caregiver(s) will be, how to set up a will, and how to properly assign power of attorney. Our free service is unsurpassed, which is why we urge diagnosed victims and their family members to take advantage of our resources,and call us anytime,” says the Compensation Center. http://MesotheliomaCompensationCenter.Com
Information About Mesothelioma From The Mesothelioma Compensation Center For Diagnosed Victims And Their Families:
High-risk groups for exposure to asbestos include: the US Navy Veterans, shipyard workers, oil refinery workers, manufacturing workers, plumbers, electricians, auto mechanics, machinists, or construction workers. Typically the exposure to asbestos occurred in the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s, or 1980s.
US Navy Veterans account for a significant portion of all diagnosed victims of mesothelioma each year. According to the US Centers for Disease Control the average age for a diagnosed victim of mesothelioma is 72 years old. Each year between 2,500 and 3,000 US citizens will be diagnosed with mesothelioma. Mesothelioma is attributable to exposure to asbestos.
According to the CDC the states with the highest incidence of mesothelioma include: Pennsylvania, Maine, New Jersey, West Virginia, Florida, Wyoming, and Washington. However, based on the calls the Mesothelioma Compensation Center receives diagnosed victims could be in any state including: California, New York, Texas, Massachusetts, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, Louisiana, Missouri, Ohio, Michigan, Iowa, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, Idaho, Oregon, Hawaii, or Alaska.
The Mesothelioma Compensation Center says, “If you call us at 866-714-6466, we will see to it that you have on the spot access to the nation’s most skilled mesothelioma attorneys, because these incredibly skilled legal experts consistently get the best financial compensation results for their clients on a nationwide basis. Do not hire an attorney to advance a mesothelioma compensation claim without first calling the Mesothelioma Compensation Center." http://MesotheliomaCompensationCenter.Com
For more information about a rare form of cancer caused by exposure to asbestos called mesothelioma, please visit the US Centers For Disease Control's website: http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/mm5815a3.htm