Evanston Mesothelioma Lawyers

Serving families and victims of mesothelioma & lung cancer in Evanston, Wyoming affected by asbestos exposure

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Mesothelioma Lawyers Serving Evanston, Wyoming

Evanston 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 Wyoming and will come to visit you in Evanston 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 Evanston, Wyoming mesothelioma patients recover damages through the mesothelioma lawsuit process.

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Asbestos Exposure in Evanston, Wyoming

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

Depending on the occupation or field of work the risk for residents of Evanston being exposed to asbestos can be higher. Our Asbestos lawyers serving Evanston 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 Evanston 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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Evanston, Wyoming statute of limitations is four years from the date of 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 Evanston, Wyoming 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 Evanston, Wyoming 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

Evanston is a city in and the county seat of Uinta County, Wyoming, United States.[7] The population was 12,359 at the 2010 census. It is located on the border with Utah.

Evanston was named after James E. Evans, surveyor for the Union Pacific Railroad. Another source maintains it is named for John Evans, second Governor of the Territory of Colorado.[8] The town was founded during the construction of the First Transcontinental Railroad. The railroad arrived in the area in November 1868, and Harvey Booth opened a saloon/restaurant in a tent near what is now Front Street. By December the rails had reached Evanston and the first train arrived December 16. However, orders were later handed down by the railroad managers to move the end of the line 12 miles west, to Wasatch. Within three days most all of Evanston had moved to Wasatch, it appeared that Evanston would become another “end of the tracks” town. Luckily, in June 1869 headquarters returned to Evanston and it continued to grow.[9] Later in 1871, a machine shop and roundhouse were constructed, giving Evanston a longevity not shared with many other railroad towns.[10]

Mesothelioma Attorneys Evanston

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with mesothelioma, lung cancer or another illness related to asbestos exposure in Evanston, Wyoming, 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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