The Impact of Mesothelioma on Residents
of Hinton, WV

Representing Cases in all of Summers County, WV

Mesothelioma Attorneys Representing Cases in Hinton, WV

Mesothelioma is just one of the many incurable diseases caused by asbestos exposure. Hundreds of West Virginians have fallen victim to mesothelioma in the last few years, mainly because asbestos-related illnesses take up to 15 years for symptoms to develop. Those who have a work history in coal mines, logging, railroad maintenance, and other similar jobs are at risk for having asbestos exposure, and should consult their doctor immediately. Unfortunately, there is no cure for mesothelioma, but New, Taylor & Associates will get you the compensation you deserve. Call us today at (304) 362-7345 or (304) 250-6017 to see what we can do for your mesothelioma case.

Signs and Symptoms of Mesothelioma

Mesothelioma can take up to 15 years for asbestos-related symptoms to appear. Common symptoms of mesothelioma or other lung diseases include incessant coughing, trouble breathing, chest pain, and fatigue. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, it is crucial to begin the proper medical tests immediately. The longer you wait, the more the disease will spread. While there is no cure of mesothelioma, there is time for proper compensation. Contact New, Taylor & Associates to represent your mesothelioma case today. We represent cases throughout Summers County, WV.

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The Prominence of Asbestos Exposure in Southern West Virginia

Asbestos is largely found in coal mines and even in everyday appliances, such as floors, brake lines, insulation, and a variety of other commonly used goods. Those exposed to asbestos may not have known, or did not have the proper safety gear to protect themselves. Old homes and buildings should go through proper inspection for any remaining asbestos-related items, as it will continue to pollute the air. Asbestos settles in the lungs, eventually breaking down tissues. If you are a resident of Hinton, WV, or the surrounding Summers County areas, and have past asbestos exposure, seek medical and legal help today.

Opioid Claims for Addicted Babies

If you or a loved one were affected by the opioid epidemic and gave birth to a child dependent on opioids that were prescribed to the mother, please contact us at (304) 250-6017.

Zantac® Claims in Beckley, WV

Have you taken prescription or over-the-counter Zantac® and were later diagnosed with cancer? Call New, Taylor & Associates today. We will work with you to file a lawsuit and hold the responsible party accountable for their actions.