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Canada Mesothelioma Lawyer 

According to the Canadian Medical Association, more than 80 percent of men with mesothelioma were likely exposed to asbestos in the workplace.

These hardworking people have a right to seek lawsuit compensation for the harm asbestos has caused them. Workplace exposure to asbestos continues in Canada, primarily in mining and construction jobs.

The yearly rate of people diagnosed with mesothelioma in Canada has risen from 1.4 to 2.1 per 100,000.

Cases are not restricted to specific provinces but occur throughout the country.

Most asbestos exposure in Canada occurred in the mining and milling, manufacturing and construction sectors, although smaller numbers of workers may have been exposed in a wide variety of other industries.

The decline in Canada’s production and use of asbestos in recent years has resulted in fewer mining and manufacturing workers have been exposed.

Despite this decline in use, construction workers are still at risk for continued exposure during the maintenance, renovation and demolition of buildings that contain asbestos.

What you can do: Lawsuit compensation

Many U.S.-made products and materials contain asbestos fibers, and numerous ones are responsible for incidences of mesothelioma in Canada. If you are affected, you may be able to seek lawsuit compensation.

Men and women in Canada diagnosed with mesothelioma or lung cancer caused by asbestos exposure or secondary exposure may be entitled to lawsuit compensation from the companies responsible for their disease.

If you would like more in depth information regarding asbestos cancer and mesothelioma please visit Your Mesothelioma Web, an aggregate of asbestos and asbestos-related information on the web sponsored by Weitz & Luxenberg P.C.

If you would like a free lawsuit review or more information about your legal options, please complete the form on this page, and a repres