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For over 11 years our Law Firm has successfully handled thousands of claims for all types of asbestos-related diseases. Our dedicated staff have extensive experience taking on large corporations that manufactured or supplied Asbestos products and holding them accountable for their actions.
Our Mesothelioma Lawyers offer a 100% Free Legal Consultation, No Win-No Fee, No Expenses Unless You Win and $0.00 Upfront to all victims diagnosed with Mesothelioma and their families. File a claim for the Asbestos Trust Funds or start your Mesothelioma lawsuit from the comfort of your home. If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with Mesothelioma you are entitled to receive compensation from companies which negligently manufactured and supplied Asbestos products. You may start receiving payments in few short months. Call Mesothelioma Helpline, Toll-Free: (855) 883-6447.
To date, Flint Law Firm has represented and handled thousands of claims from clients suffering from asbestos-related diseases including Mesothelioma, Lung Cancer, and Asbestosis. We believe in tailoring our legal services to fit the individual needs of our clients.
"To be a great attorney you must understand that the stories of the injured, and of the family members who care for them. These truths are just as important as the law - uncovering all of the unique details and facts you need to win a case is often simply a matter of taking the time to listen."
Flint Law Firm has nation-wide experience in the litigation of Asbestos Mesothelioma cases. We have the resources needed to pinpoint the source of your exposure and win your case. For over 11 years, our commitment to our clients is to get the result they deserve.
Whether you decide to file your case in court, or if you decide to pursue the claims process, it is essential to obtain experienced legal help. Victims without proper legal representation often receive nothing or settle for an amount worth much less than they would otherwise be entitled. Let our expertise obtain for you the compensation you deserve.
Mesothelial tissue makes up the lining that surrounds and protects most of our internal organs. Mesothelioma is a rare cancer in this thin layer of tissue in which cells of the mesothelial lining become abnormal and malignant due to exposure to Asbestos.
The only cause of Mesothelioma Cancer is Asbestos exposure. The fibers in Asbestos, when inhaled or ingested can cause internal tissue inflammation, scar tissue formation and can disrupt cell division by physically and biochemically interfering with the copying of genetic material in the nucleus of the cell. In most cases, symptoms may not appear for many years after exposure to Asbestos: this is known as the latency period. It can take approximately 12-50 years after exposure to Asbestos for Mesothelioma cancer to develop.
In addition to causing Mesothelioma, Asbestos exposure can cause Lung Cancer (Lung Carcinoma) and non-cancerous scarring of the lungs - called Asbestosis. The two main types of asbestos-related Lung Cancer are Small Cell Lung Cancer (SCLC) and Non-small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC). There are various sub-types including adenocarcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, etc.
There are over 200,000 diagnoses of Lung Cancer in the United States every year. Obviously, only some of those are Asbestos related. It takes an experienced law firm with a broad knowledge of job sites, asbestos-containing products and the medicine of causation to establish the link to Asbestos that may lead to a recovery for your family. Since 2007, Flint Law Firm has successfully represented thousands of people with their Lung Cancer claims.
Asbestosis is a chronic lung disease that results in diminished lung capacity due to scar tissue formation. The scar tissue is from Asbestos fibers permanently trapped in the lung causing physical damage to cell membranes, inflammation of lung tissue, and disruption of cell division. Asbestosis is sometimes misdiagnosed as idiopathic or diffuse pulmonary fibrosis, often because the physician is not aware of Asbestos exposure history and has no other explanation for the pulmonary fibrosis.
Asbestosis is not a cancer; however, it is a serious health condition that is permanent and often gets worse with time. Its affects breathing and lung function in a way that can be managed but cannot be cured. It also increases the likelihood of developing Mesothelioma and Lung Cancer in the future. Fortunately, Asbestosis develops gradually, with a latency period of 12-60 years and often people with Asbestosis can live out their natural lifespan.
According to the U. S. Department of Veterans Affairs, there are currently more than 25 million people who have served in the Military. We at Flint Law Firm are proud of this rich tradition, and count some of our family among those who have served their country. As a firm, we are happy to help our Veterans in any way we can. Unfortunately, one legacy of military service is that our military bases, shipyards, and vessels have (until recently) had a high potential for Asbestos exposure.
Service men and women especially from the Navy and Coast Guard, and maintenance mechanics in the motor pool and working on aircraft have a higher risk of developing Mesothelioma or Asbestos Lung Cancer than the general population.
If you or a family member have been diagnosed or passed away from asbestos-related diseases within the Statute of Limitation, then you will very likely qualify for compensation. Select one of the diagnoses below.
Mesothelioma is a rare cancer in this thin layer of tissue in which cells of the mesothelial lining become abnormal and malignant due to exposure to Asbestos.
There are two main types of asbestos-related Lung Cancer; Small Cell Lung Cancer (SCLC) and Non-small Cell Lung Cancer (NSCLC). There are various sub-types including adenocarcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, etc.
Asbestosis a chronic lung disease that results in diminished lung capacity due to scar tissue formation. The scar tissue is from Asbestos fibers permanently trapped in the lung.