Mesothelioma Caregivers — There May Be Help Available

Whether your spouse, family member, or friend was recently diagnosed with mesothelioma or has known about the illness for some time, caring for a mesothelioma patient can be overwhelming — physically, emotionally, and financially. However, your family may not have to take on this burden alone.

If someone you love has been diagnosed with mesothelioma, compensation may be available – and could help cover medical expenses as well as in-home care which can be very expensive. In addition, money awarded could also help with lost income you may be facing as a caregiver.

It’s hard to believe that companies knew about the dangers of asbestos and still chose to put people at risk – but that’s exactly what happened. As a result, an estimated $30 Billion in court-ordered trust money has been set aside by the manufacturers of asbestos-containing products for mesothelioma victims and their families.

By assisting your loved one in pursuing a mesothelioma settlement, you may be able to help lessen the financial burden on yourself and your family during this difficult time – allowing you to focus on spending time with your loved one and ensuring they are as comfortable as possible.

For more than 40 years, Sokolove Law has helped mesothelioma victims and their families secure hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation for their physical suffering and financial hardship. Our mesothelioma lawyers may be able to help, although recovery results and amounts, if any, vary per client and are based on the specific facts of the case.

Caregivers – contact Sokolove Law to learn more about your legal options and how you may be able to help your loved one with mesothelioma.

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Last modified: October 4, 2017