Worthington Mesothelioma Lawyers

Serving families and victims of mesothelioma & lung cancer in Worthington, Ohio affected by asbestos exposure

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Mesothelioma Lawyers Serving Worthington, Ohio

Worthington mesothelioma lawyers understand the incredibly difficult time you and your family when faced with an asbestos-related disease such as mesothelioma or lung cancer, everything can change. Our mesothelioma lawyers work throughout Ohio and will come to visit you in Worthington immediately to discuss your work history and identify the parties responsible for your exposure.

MesoWatch represents victims of mesothelioma cancer throughout the United States, we are here to assist Worthington, Ohio mesothelioma patients recover damages through the mesothelioma lawsuit process.

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Asbestos Exposure in Worthington, Ohio

Asbestos Exposure can go on for years unknown, symptoms of mesothelioma and lung cancer are very common and can happen to anyone. In Worthington exposure is most common in the workplace.

Depending on the occupation or field of work the risk for residents of Worthington being exposed to asbestos can be higher. Our Asbestos lawyers serving Worthington understand that specific jobsites are the most common source of asbestos exposure, however residents may be also exposed from damaged homes or buildings where asbestos could be disturbed, even household and consumer products such as talc-based baby powder is contaminated.

Additionally workers in Worthington jobsites may bring home asbestos fibers on clothing or equipment which were not decontaminated or procedures are not followed at the jobsite, which can lead to contaminating the house or vehicles.

Secondary asbestos exposure accounts for 20% of mesothelioma cases harming family members. According to (OSHA), Despite Limits, There is no safe level of asbestos exposure.

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Worthington statute of limitations is fairly standard as with other states and is set to two years from diagnosis. In addition, there is a two-year statute of limitations on filing a wrongful death lawsuit. If you have any questions, our legal team is available now for you.

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If you’re suffering from mesothelioma, we evaluate your circumstances and help you get compensation.

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Our legal team helps you get instant access to trust funds and obtain settlements in a few short months.

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Our Patient Advocates answer the phone seven days a week, to make sure you get the answers you need.

Mesothelioma Law Firm Assisting Worthington, Ohio Asbestos Victims

The MesoWatch legal team has handled hundreds of mesothelioma lawsuits on behalf of asbestos exposure victims throughout the United States. This experience allows us to provide Worthington, Ohio residents the option to select from other possible jurisdictions which may be more favorable to file your case depending on factors such as your current state of residence, jobsites you previously worked for, as well as previous or current employment.

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For a free consultation and more information about your legal options, please contact us today

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Wiki Facts

Worthington is a city in Franklin County, Ohio, United States, and is a northern suburb of the larger Columbus. The population was 13,575 at the 2010 census. The city was founded in 1803 by the Scioto Company led by James Kilbourne, who was later elected to the United States House of Representatives, and named in honor of Thomas Worthington, who later became governor of Ohio.

On May 5, 1802 a group of prospective settlers founded the Scioto Company at the home of Rev. Eber B. Clark in Granby, Connecticut for the purpose of forming a settlement between the Muskingum River and Great Miami River in the Ohio Country. James Kilbourne was elected president and Josiah Topping secretary (McCormick 1998:7). On August 30, 1802 James Kilbourne and Nathaniel Little arrived at Colonel Thomas Worthington’s home in Chillicothe, Ohio. They tentatively reserved land along the Scioto River on the Pickaway Plains for their new settlement (McCormick 1998:17).

Mesothelioma Attorneys Worthington

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with mesothelioma, lung cancer or another illness related to asbestos exposure in Worthington, Ohio, MesoWatch is here to make sure you get the full compensation to which the law entitles you. Contact us immediately to discuss the details of your case today.

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