Mesothelioma and Asbestos Cancer Resource and Advocacy. Demanding justice for mesothelioma victims.
Our Purpose Is You
The Mesothelioma Justice Network was established to be the leading online resource for victims of asbestos-related diseases.
Our purpose is to help you:
- Learn exactly how asbestos has affected you
- Understand and cope with your disease
- Take legal action against those responsible for your diagnosis
As mesothelioma victim advocates, it’s our duty to help those who were harmed of the negligence of the asbestos industry. We break down barriers between the medical and legal communities and all affected patients by translating the complicated terminology and telling you exactly what you need to know.
Our Mission is Justice
It’s been well-established that mesothelioma patients and those with asbestos-related diseases may be legally entitled to compensation for their diagnosis. The complicated part is proving your exposure and linking it directly to one or more negligent companies.
Mesothelioma patients are victims, and it’s up to us at the Mesothelioma Justice Network to help prove your case. We demand justice on your behalf by investigating your work history and building a case against those who are responsible.
How We Help You
Asbestos victims are not alone. Comprehensive informational, legal and supportive resources have been established to help patients navigate the intricacies of this situation. The Mesothelioma Justice Network is the resource that not only helps you understand your legal rights, but actually fights for them on your behalf.
The team behind Asbestos.net is here to help you in four ways:
- Educate and Inform About Asbestos and Related Diseases
- Explain Legal Rights and Help You Seek Compensation
- Provide Support and Resources
- Advocate for Military Veterans
Education and Information
Whether you’ve been diagnosed with an asbestos-related disease, or you’re concerned about how asbestos may have affected you, use Asbestos.net as your resource.
The Mesothelioma Justice Network is a top educational and informational guide for everything you need to know about the asbestos industry and the medical impacts of it. Cut through the medical and legal jargon. Get honest and clear answers to all your questions about asbestos and your diagnosis.
Asbestos.net has hundreds of pages organized with detailed information about how asbestos was used, how it led to your diagnosis, and how your diagnosis will impact your health. We continue to update this website regularly, to give you the latest and most accurate information on this complicated subject.
Resources and Support
The fight for justice and your health is tireless. That’s why all victims need an advocate to support them. Asbesots.net is designed to connect you with the resources you need. Whether it’s getting a second opinion on your diagnosis, understanding your work history, or knowing your financial options to cover your medical costs, the Mesothelioma Justice Network is your support network.
Our staff is here to take your calls and connect you with the people who can offer you the type of support you need most right now. We also know that this devastating situation affects an entire family and community. That’s why we’re here to help your loved ones and community members as well. Call, chat, or write to us to get the support you deserve and alleviate the burden of doing this alone.
Veterans are our nation’s most respected and honorable assets. It’s a great injustice that a third of mesothelioma patients are the brave men and women of our military. We understand the psychological toll that a mesothelioma diagnosis can have on a veteran who has discovered their condition was due to asbestos exposure during active duty.
That’s why of all asbestos victims, veterans deserve a special type of advocacy. The Mesothelioma Justice Network has VA-accredited Claims Agents and Patient Advocates who work specifically on behalf of veterans to file VA claims. Veterans with asbestos-related diseases don’t have time to navigate VA bureaucracy and red tape. Let us fight for you and get your VA claim filed as soon as possible, and correctly, so you can start receiving benefits quickly.
How to Use Asbestos.Net
Asbestos.net is a massive and comprehensive resource. We’ve organized it in a specific way to make it easy to find exactly what you’re looking for on all things related to asbestos, mesothelioma, veterans and your legal rights.
Here are some of the ways to use Asbestos.net:
1. Learn How Asbestos Affected You
Have you been diagnosed with an asbestos-related disease like mesothelioma?
Do you think you might have worked around asbestos and are worried about your level of exposure?
These are concerns that many blue-collar and industrial workers have today. The Mesothelioma Justice Network has the answers you’re looking for about how asbestos was used, who used it, and why it’s such a toxic material.
For those who were or think they may have been exposed to asbestos at work, learn more about it by exploring our website’s sections on:
Still, have questions about how asbestos may have affected you? Call our Claims Representatives today to discuss your work history.
2. Understand Your Disease and Diagnosis
Have you been diagnosed with mesothelioma, asbestosis or another asbestos-related condition?
Do you think you’re experiencing asbestos-based symptoms?
Asbestos is the only known cause of mesothelioma, asbestosis and a few other conditions. If you’re worried about your health or you’ve received a diagnosis, learn more about these diseases by exploring our pages on:
Still, have questions on asbestos-related disease? Call us today!
3. Know Your Legal Rights
Are you a victim of asbestos exposure and you want to know who was responsible for your diagnosis? Do you want more information on seeking justice for your personal injury?
If you want to understand how to get compensated for an asbestos-related disease, then explore our website’s sections on:
Do you still have questions about your legal options? Call our team today at (888) 360-4215 to find out about asbestos law and litigation.