As mesothelioma progresses, many of the major bodily systems are weakened, especially the respiratory system.
Patients experience difficulty breathing, coughing, more frequent chest pain, dizziness, and shortness of breath.
As symptoms worsen, the patient may experience digestive problems and difficulty swallowing, preventing proper nutrition and hydration. Fatigue, changes in mobility, and low blood sugar, along with the other symptoms, often result in changes in the mental and emotional health of the patient as the disease progresses.
It is critically essential for late-stage patients to stay nourished and hydrated. Equally important is ensuring the individual is as comfortable as possible and given the emotional supported as they endure the painful end stages of the disease.
Our firm is experienced and dedicated to precisely that kind of investigation, and we are almost always able to determine the Asbestos exposure even in cases where the source is unknown to the family.
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QUESTION 1: Who Is The Person Injured By Asbestos?
Q1: Who Is The Person Injured By Asbestos?