Recently, Mogab and Hughes Attorneys won $2.8 Million for a retired engineer who developed mesothelioma after exposure to asbestos at work.
We have also recovered Millions of Dollars via Missouri Workers’ Compensation Claims for individuals who were exposed to asbestos while working in Missouri.
Representing Injured Victims In Missouri Mesothelioma – Asbestos Cases
Since the early 1940’s millions of construction and manufacturer workers have been exposed to asbestos dust from working with asbestos-laden parts, ceilings, or insulation. Sadly, some of their family members may have also been exposed by inhaling asbestos particles from their contaminated clothing.
Mogab & Hughes Attorneys handle Missouri Workers’ Compensation Toxic Tort Cases including:
- Asbestosis Berylliosis
- Coal Workers’ Pneumoconiosis
- Bronchiolitis Obliterans
- Acute Myelogenous
- Myelodysplastic Syndrome
Asbestos particles get into the lungs and can trigger deadly diseases like:
- lung cancer
- mesothelioma – a particularly aggressive cancer striking the protective lining covering many of the body’s organs.
- asbestosis – a breathing disorder caused by inhaling asbestos fibers. Prolonged accumulation of these fibers in your lungs can cause scarring of lung tissue and shortness of breath.
It may take 10 to 40 years for symptoms of an asbestos-related condition to appear. Workers with mesothelioma have been harmed by corporations who manufactured, sold, installed or exposed workers to asbestos products. At the present time workers injured by mesothelioma may file a claim against their employer in the Missouri Division of Workers’ Compensation. Call Attorney David Hughes at 314-241-4477 immediately to determine if you have a case.
St. Louis Mesothelioma – Asbestos Lawyers
If you or a family member has been diagnosed with an asbestos-related illness like mesothelioma, contact Mogab and Hughes Attorneys for a FREE CONSULTATION at 314-241-4477. We are paid only if we collect for you. There may be no cure for mesothelioma, but there can still be recovery and accountability in the courtroom.