Here’s the secret no one talks about… You could get $75,000 or more because of your lung cancer diagnosis!
If you were diagnosed with lung cancer…
Never smoked or smoked more then 10 years ago…
You worked in an industrial setting like a factory…
Money is probably available to you.
Here are some real life examples:
- James Parrott (Michigan) Steelworker $1,926,618.92.
- William Roverano (Pennsylvania) Carpenter $6,439,265.14
- George Cooney (New York) Mechanic (former cigarette smoker) $12.5 million
- Larry Smith (Mississippi) Drilling rigs $3,856,346.17
- Jacob Lilienthal (Illinois) Railroad Worker (smoker) $1,443,810.53.
- Kevin Howell (Ohio) Railroad Worker (smoked cigarettes for approximately 45 years) $4,508,488.
- Thessley Campbell (Pennsylvania) Factories (cigarette smoker) $1,293,750.
- Winston Payne (Tennessee) Brakeman/Switchman $8.6 million.
How is this possible?
Here’s the short answer…
It’s possible because asbestos can cause lung cancer. Money ($30 billion) has been set aside to help lung cancer victims who got their disease from asbestos.
The money can be used to help pay for treatments, transportation, or anything you choose. You can give it to your grand kids or never spend it.
It’s totally up to you.
There are no strings attached.
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Why Is There Money Available To You? Because the good guys caught the bad guys.
First, let’s meet the bad guys…
Have you ever heard of asbestos? This is what it looks like:
It’s a rock made out of fibers. The fibers are so small that two million of them can rest on a pin head. Hard to imagine.
Asbestos Causes Lung Cancer
Well, asbestos causes lung cancer. When you breath in those tiny fibers they get stuck in your lungs. After many years those fibers and the irritation and inflammation they cause can lead to lung cancer.
That’s a medical fact!
There are exactly 4,080 articles about lung cancer and asbestos in the National Cancer Institute database.
The Bad Guys are the Companies that Knew Asbestos Caused Lung Cancer
But They Did NOT Care!
From the early 1900’s to the 1970’s, companies used asbestos even though they KNEW it caused lung cancer.
For example, here is a 1964 report from a doctor who worked for a company that made asbestos insulation. The MD described the dangers of asbestos. The doctor was FIRED soon after he gave the company his report. His report said:
“There is an irrefutable association between asbestos and cancer. This association has been established for cancer of the lung…”
Bad Guy Asks, “Why Not Die From It?”
But the asbestos industry didn’t care. Here’s an actual quote from someone who worked at an asbestos company (Johns Manville). The letter is from September 12, 1966. Read the last paragraph.
“My answer to the problem is: if you have enjoyed a good life while working with asbestos products why not die from it…”
Really? That’s their answer to their asbestos “problem”? Just die from it? This is someone who worked for the largest asbestos company in the world! Was there ever a worse villain?
These bad guys made money while their workers died. And they knew what they were doing. They knew that they were killing people for profit.
Bad Guys Caught Red-Handed
So the asbestos industry got away with it, at least for a while. Then, in the 1970’s, these companies got caught red-handed.
They tried to keep the asbestos-lung cancer connection a big secret. But scientists and doctors figured it out. By the 1970’s, too many people were getting sick and the doctors, honest men and women, wanted to know what was going on. They figured it out.
One of their leaders was Dr. Irving Selikoff. An honorable and moral man. He’s one of the big heroes of our story.
Meet Dr. Selikoff, an Asbestos Hero
Here are some facts about him:
- In 1952 he opened a lung clinic in New Jersey. He found strange illnesses in 17 patients who worked at an asbestos plant. “It became clear as we were following these people that they were dying of cancer,” Selikoff said. Within several years 15 were dead.
- That led to a larger study of 17,800 insulation workers. He found that people who worked with asbestos for less than a week had scarred lungs 30 years later. Many of these risked lung cancer.
- He was a consultant to the World Health Organization (WHO) and the National Cancer Institute (NCI). He wrote more than 350 scientific articles and two books.
The Doctor Fought!
But more important than his awards, Dr. Selikoff FOUGHT! The good doctor figured out that asbestos can cause lung cancer and other diseases and he never gave up! He fought hard against giant asbestos corporations that were trying to hide the truth.
The Time of Reckoning Is Here
Thanks to Dr. Selikoff and other heroes, the truth about asbestos FINALLY came out. It became public knowledge that asbestos was dangerous and could cause lung cancer. Now the asbestos industry would have to pay for what they did. Judges and courts got to work and ordered these companies to pay their victims.
Courts Tell Companies to Pay Victims
Judges ordered these companies to put money in trust funds (bank accounts) to pay people injured by asbestos. Today, there is a total of about $30 billion in the 60 asbestos trust funds in the U.S.
Since 1988, $18 billion has already been paid out to people with lung cancer and other asbestos diseases.
Here are some examples of trust funds that have the largest amounts of money for people with asbestos exposure. There are 50 more:
- Kaiser Aluminum – $1.2 billion
- Pittsburgh Corning – $3.4 billion
- Johns Manville – $2.5 billion
- Babcock and Wilcox – $1.85 billion
- Pacor Incorporated – $2.5 billion
- A.P. Green Industries – $901 million
Real People Like You Receive Payouts
Remember these people?
- In Michigan, James Parrott was exposed to asbestos during a 30-year career as a steelworker at the Ford Rouge Steel Mill. He got lung cancer and was awarded $1,926,618.92.
- William Roverano worked as a carpenter for the Philadelphia Electric Co. (PECO) from 1971 to 1981. In November 2013, he was diagnosed with lung cancer in both lungs. He was awarded $6,439,265.14, including $5,189,265.14 for pain and suffering.
- On October 28, 2017, a New York jury awarded George Cooney $12.5 million for his lung cancer. Cooney was a former cigarette smoker. He spent his career as a mechanic. Between 1969 and 1978, he changed or handled brakes, clutches and engine gaskets on Caterpillar Inc. forklifts. Cooney was eventually diagnosed with lung cancer and died in September 2014.
- In Mississippi, Larry Smith worked on various drilling rigs between the mid-1960s and the 1990s. He used asbestos to thicken drilling mud used on the rigs. After Larry Smith’s died from lung cancer his family was awarded $3,856,346.17 for their loss.
- In Illinois, Jacob Lilienthal worked for the GM&O Railroad. There, he was exposed to asbestos and later was diagnosed with lung cancer. Lilenthal was also a smoker. He was awarded $1,443,810.53.
- Kevin Howell spent years working for the Consolidated Rail signal maintenance department. Howell’s job included working with railroad signals and signal houses in the railroad’s northern and central Ohio area. The signals often contained asbestos boards, which Howell would handle. Howell also smoked cigarettes for approximately 45 years. Shortly after retiring in 2013, Howell was diagnosed with lung cancer. He was awarded $4,508,488.
- Thessley Campbell worked in Pennsylvania at various factories. Campbell was a cigarette smoker and a welder. He was diagnosed with lung cancer and awarded $1,293,750.
- In Tennessee, Winston Payne worked at CSX Transportation Inc. in Knoxville. For 40 years he was as a brakeman/switchman. In later years, he developed lung cancer after exposure to asbestos, radiation and diesel fumes. Payne died, and his family was eventually awarded $8.6 million.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Now you may be wondering was I exposed to asbestos? Did it cause my lung cancer? Can I also be a lung cancer hero and hold these bad companies accountable?
Here are the answers. We also threw in some helpful tips.
I didn’t work around asbestos. Can I do this?
Maybe you did work around it and didn’t know it. Asbestos was in thousands of products. It was used for almost 100 years in factories, mills, power plants, etc.
- paper mill
- chemical plant
- steel mill
I don’t want to sue anyone, especially not my company. Do I have to sue anyone?
You do not sue your company where you worked. That would be a workers comp action which is different.
With asbestos, you get money from the companies that made products with asbestos.
For example, maybe the machine where you worked contained asbestos. That machine was made by some company in another state. That company would be responsible.
Most times you don’t sue anyone. Money is set aside in trust for asbestos victims. There’s about $30 billion sitting in these accounts. The lawyer fills out paperwork for you to get the money.
Remember: Bad asbestos companies were required to put money in these funds to pay people like you. They did it because they were caught and held to account. So the money is there waiting.
How do I access this money?
The money is waiting there for asbestos victims. It’s just a matter of filling out some paperwork to get paid. Most people hire a lawyer to do it for them. The lawyer keeps a percentage of what they get for you.
I smoked, does that mean I can’t do this?
If you are still smoking then it would be more difficult to receive compensation. Your lung cancer will be blamed on your smoking. But, if you quit more than 10 years ago you can usually get paid. Remember, asbestos also causes lung cancer.
What if I worked in a factory more than 45 years ago?
It doesn’t matter. Sometimes it can take decades for asbestos to lead to lung cancer. That doesn’t change anything. The money is still available.
Is this for real? It sounds too good to be true.
It’s real. In fact, it is estimated that over 724,000 people have already received cash payouts because of asbestos exposure. They have enjoyed a total of over $18 billion.
This is totally legitimate. The Trust Fund money, which is set aside for asbestos victims, was put there by order of the courts. This is completely 100% legal.
This is NOT a get rich quick scheme or a scam. It’s a payout system to help lung cancer victims who were exposed to asbestos.
Is it worth my time?
For lung cancer, the amount of money you receive can range from $75,000 to over a million. You don’t have to do much. A conversation with a lawyer. Maybe a few hours of your time.
The lawyer does all the work. He will tell you how much your case may be worth. It’s definitely worth finding out more.
How do I know my case will be successful?
Because not every case is accepted. The lawyer will only take a case if he thinks he can make money for you. A lawyer will not invest his time unless he can make your case a success.
Someone told me that the lawyer keeps all the money. Is that true?
Not true. If he did he would lose his law license and probably go to jail.
The lawyer is only allowed to receive a percentage of what he collects for you. That percentage will always be less than what you receive. For example 60% for you. 40% for the lawyer. Laws and regulations determine the percentage that the lawyer can charge. They can’t take more.
Do I have to pay for anything out of pocket?
No, the lawyer fronts all costs and may be reimbursed from the money he collects for you. Also, the agreement with the lawyer should say that you will never owe anything out of pocket.
Can I spend the money on anything I want? My grand kids? House improvements? Give it to my wife so she has more after I pass?
The answer is Yes. No strings attached. Anything you want.
How do I find out if I have a case?
To learn more, just click here, fill out the form, and talk to the paralegal who calls you. That’s it!
You Can Be a Lung Cancer Hero
You can be a lung cancer hero by holding those bad companies to account for what they did to you. How do you do that? By getting your share of the trust money that is set aside for you.
The money was put there by these asbestos companies for lung cancer victims like you. If you don’t claim it either someone else will or, possibly, the money would return to the company.
So how do you get your fair share and become a lung cancer hero? Just click here to learn more.
The American Lung Association estimates that 234,030 new lung cancer patients will be diagnosed this year.
That’s about 641 new lung cancer patients every day. Many of these people will be getting checks from the trust funds. The money will eventually run out. Don’t wait. Act now while the money is still there.
Click the button below and apply now. It only takes 30 seconds.