Gastrointestinal/ stomach cancer

processing claims for over 50 years

Multiple types of gastrointestinal cancers have been linked to workplace asbestos exposure, although there is not sufficient reliable evidence. Our attorneys are bound to actively assist you in the process of filing an asbestos claim if you believe your cancer diagnosis is the result of prolonged exposure to asbestos, regardless of the difficult nature of such cases.

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With a gastrointestinal cancer diagnosis you have immediate eligibility and our staff and attorneys will prioritize your cases for expedited processing. You will not be required to travel and a family member will be able to handle the paperwork on your behalf.

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More than 12 occupational groups may be at high risk of gastrointestinal cancer

A study published in 1997 discovered a high prevalence of gastrointestinal/stomach cancer within 12 different groups of workers whose job entailed daily workplace asbestos exposure.

Sheet metal workers, mechanical workers, as well as production supervisors and managers are only some of the employees whose wellbeing may be at risk.

Ingested asbestos fibers can accumulate over years in various regions of the gastrointestinal tract, such as the stomach or small intestine, and will eventually lead to the development of malignant tumors such as gastrointestinal cancer.

Pursuing gastrointestinal/stomach cancer cases may prove to be an extremely challenging process due to the lack of sufficient medical evidence supporting a clear correlation between the cancer and exposure to asbestos. However, our lawyers are willing to help you obtain the financial compensation you are entitled to. We are specialized in asbestos cases and practiced law for over 20 years now, and have represented thousands of clients in their asbestos claims with a high rate of success.

Our legal process in a gastrointestinal cancer case

A study from 1997 discovered a high prevalence of gastrointestinal cancer within 12 different groups of workers whose job entailed daily exposure to asbestos.

Consultation & advice

Our attorneys are willing to invest their time and effort into obtaining substantial compensation you qualify for, as well as to file your asbestos claim with multiple asbestos trust funds for maximum amounts for recovery.
We work on a contingency fee basis with a standard fee of 40%. This means that we only collect the fee once our claim is successful and we recovered the compensation you qualify for. If we do not collect any compensation, you will not have to pay anything out of pocket.

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Common questions

The compensation you will receive highly depends on factors such as the severity of your diagnosis, the size of the asbestos trust fund you file with, as well as the percentage they pay out.

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Every asbestos case is unique and there are numerous factors that might influence the waiting time. Depending on the situation, asbestos claims will result in financial compensation within one month to one year.

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Yes. The money you were receiving from asbestos trust funds during your lifetime will go to your family after your death. If, however, you had not filed a claim, your family can still recover compensation.

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In order to receive compensation, you need to file a claim with the asbestos trust fund set up by the company responsible for your injury. A lawyer will speed up the process significantly.

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The statute of limitations refers to the amount of time you have to file an asbestos claim after diagnosis. It varies between one and six years, depending on the state you live in.

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Diseases caused by asbestos exposure affect 20% of former industrial workers and 30% of veterans. Every year, between 12,000 and 15,000 people lose their lives to diseases that stem from asbestos exposure.

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Asbestos is a carcinogen responsible for the occurrence of terrible diseases. However, most people who became ill had been exposed to high levels of asbestos over the course of several years.

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Veterans diagnosed with nearly any disease which occurred as a result of military asbestos exposure are considered as having a certain level of disability by the VA and thereby qualify for financial benefits.

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