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"We are committed to making certain a Navy Veteran with confirmed mesothelioma has on-the-spot access to some of the nation's most capable mesothelioma attorneys."
NEW YORK, NY, October 25, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate says, "We are committed to making certain a Navy Veteran with confirmed mesothelioma has on-the-spot access to some of the nation's most capable mesothelioma attorneys. These extremely skilled legal professionals ensure Navy Veterans with mesothelioma receive the best possible financial compensation, especially if the sailor's exposure to asbestos occurred on a navy aircraft carrier. We are urging a US Navy Veteran with mesothelioma to call us anytime at 800-714-0303 so that we can briefly explain how the compensation process works." http://USNavyMesothelioma.Com
The US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate is also encouraging the family members of a Navy Veteran with mesothelioma to call them at 800-714-0303 if their loved one is too sick to call for themselves. The attorneys suggested by the group are incredible resources for a family trying to put the pieces together after a family learns of a mesothelioma diagnosis. These attorneys will also be able to provide the family with an estimate of what the mesothelioma compensation claim could be worth. The reason the group places such a huge emphasis on navy air craft carrier sailors is there could be so many people exposed to asbestos on one ship as they would like to discuss anytime at 800-714-0303.
The group says, "The amount of compensation we are talking about for a Navy Veteran like this could exceed a million dollars if the Veteran's primary exposure was in an engine room, or if they stayed on their ship during a repair or overhaul at a shipyard as they would like to explain at 800-714-0303." http://USNavyMesothelioma.Com
List of Decommissioned US Navy Carriers from 1960-2017:
* Essex Decommissioned 1969
* Yorktown Decommissioned 1970
* Intrepid Decommissioned 1974
* Hornet Decommissioned 1970
* Ticonderoga Decommissioned 1973
* Randolph Decommissioned 1969
* Lexington Decommissioned 1991
* Wasp Decommissioned 1972
* Hancock Decommissioned 1976
* Bennington Decommissioned 1970
* Boxer Decommissioned 1969
* Bon Homme Richard Decommissioned 1971
* Kearsarge Decommissioned 1970
* Midway Decommissioned 1992
* Franklin D. Roosevelt Decommissioned 1977
* Coral Sea Decommissioned 1990
* Forrestal Decommissioned 1993
* Saratoga Decommissioned 1994
* Ranger Decommissioned 1993
* Kitty Hawk Decommissioned 2007
* Independence Decommissioned 1998
* Constellation Decommissioned 2003
* Enterprise Decommissioned 2017
If the US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate had one vital tip for US Navy Veterans who have been diagnosed with mesothelioma it would be: "Try and recall the names shipmates that served with you on ships or assigned duty stations such as an engine room or work shop. An eye witness to the exposure to asbestos can dramatically increase the value of the mesothelioma compensation claim as we would like to explain anytime at 800-714-0303."
For a listing of all decommissioned and active US Navy Aircraft Carriers please refer to the navies website on the topic: http://www.navy.mil/navydata/ships/carriers/cv-list.asp.
According to the CDC, the states indicated with the highest incidence of mesothelioma include Maine, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, Michigan, Illinois, Minnesota, Washington, and Oregon. However, a US Navy Veteran with mesothelioma could live in any state from New York to California, Florida, Georgia, Alaska – any state. http://USNavyMesothelioma.Com
For more information about mesothelioma please refer to the National Institutes of Health's web site related to this rare form of cancer: https://www.cancer.gov/types/mesothelioma
For more information about specific types of US Navy ships please visit their website on this topic: http://www.navy.mil/navydata/our_ships.asp.
For recent developments in the US Navy please review a copy of the Navy Times: https://www.navytimes.com/
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