Asbestos is a naturally-occurring mineral. Humans have been constructing things with it for thousands of years. Learn more about what it is, where it's found and more…
The Asbestos-Mesothelioma Connection
The link between asbestos exposure and the asbestos cancer called mesothelioma is undeniable. Learn more about the connection between asbestos and cancer…
Proving the Source
How do you prove the source of an asbestos exposure that took place decades ago? Our attorneys have been doing this for nearly 20 years.
Your Legal Rights
You've been diagnosed with mesothelioma, now what? What are your legal rights and how do mesothelioma lawsuits work? Learn more…
Frequently Asked Questions
Here, you will find brief answers to some of the more common questions people have with regard to asbestos exposure, cancer and similar types of related concerns.
Many people are surprised to discover how widely asbestos has been used and the types of products in which it has been used.
Who's at Risk?
Even an exposure to asbestos that lasted only a few months can lead to the development of mesothelioma decades later.
Railroad Employees and Mesothelioma
Railroad employees were exposed to all kinds of asbestos-laden products. Our firm has extensive experience with FELA claims involving mesothelioma.
Exposure to Family Members
People who worked in high-risk occupations often brought asbestos fibers into the home on their clothes and equipment. Learn more about these cases, here.
The most common type of asbestos cancer, pleural mesothelioma develops in the lining surrounding the human lung.
The least common type of asbestos cancer, pericardial mesothelioma develops in the lining surrounding the human heart.
A less common type of asbestos cancer, peritoneal mesothelioma develops in the lining that surrounds the abdominal cavity.
Symptoms, Stages and Diagnosis
What are the symptoms to look for if you haven't been diagnosed yet? How do asbestos-related cancers progress?
Should you opt for radiation and chemotherapy treatments? What alternative medical treatment options are available?
How do you deal with a short-term prognosis? What approaches have worked for others and where can you find support?
Contact Our Law Firm
For a free consultation with a lawyer, contact us by email, or call us at either of our two Pittsburgh office numbers: 412-281-7229 or 866-273-1941. Our law firm serves residents of Pennsylvania, West Virginia and throughout the Eastern United States.