Mesothelioma Website Releases New In-Depth Articles and Complimentary Info Packet for Navy Vets
Navy Veterans who are Concerned about their Exposure to Asbestos or Have Been Diagnosed with Mesothelioma May Visit Mesothelioma.us at Any Time
Jun 22, 2015, 07:30 ET
HOUSTON, June 22, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Navy veterans who have been diagnosed with mesothelioma now have an excellent place to turn for free and helpful information and advice. Mesothelioma.us, a leading website that is devoting to providing mesothelioma patients and their families with reputable and educational resources, has just released new in-depth articles and a free information packet designed exclusively for Navy vets.
As a spokesperson for http://mesothelioma.us/ noted, Navy veterans were the most vulnerable to asbestos exposure, due to the large amounts of asbestos products that were used on the military vessels. In general, Navy vets who worked below deck for the majority of their service have the highest risk of developing mesothelioma.
Examples of products that typically contained asbestos include gaskets, brake pedals, flooring, cement, adhesives, piping and plumbing and vessel insulation.
"Like all other service members, Navy veterans have rights that include adequate health care, as well as financial compensation for their losses," noted the spokesperson for Mesothelioma.us.
"If you are a Navy veteran and have been diagnosed with mesothelioma or other asbestos-related illnesses, you can contact us to learn more about how much you may be entitled to in compensation for the pain, suffering and medical expenses this disease has inflicted upon you."
To receive the free information packet on mesothelioma and U.S. Veterans Assistance, vets and/or their loved ones can visit the website at any time and enter in their contact information. If they prefer, they may call 1-800-763-9286 for immediate assistance.
As the spokesperson for Mesothelioma.us explained, the no-cost information packet is not limited to Navy veterans who have already been diagnosed with mesothelioma; veterans who are still feeling healthy but are worried about their exposure to asbestos are also welcome to request the complimentary information. Veterans who have mesothelioma will also find helpful advice on the website about filing a claim.
Mesothelioma.us is an authoritative website that includes comprehensive resources for mesothelioma patients and their families. The site includes up-to-date information about treatment options, major U.S. cancer centers, clinical trials, veteran's claims and benefit information and mesothelioma lawyers. For more information, please visit http://mesothelioma.us/.
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