Pleural Thickening CausesHave you been diagnosed with Pleural Thickening?
Causes of Pleural Thickening
- Exposed to particles of asbestos dust
- Inhaled over a period of time at work
- Developed pleural thickening
- Worried about the future
- Facing ongoing medical costs
- Need expert legal advice
Pleural thickening is most commonly caused by being exposed to particles of asbestos dust. Asbestos was heavily used in the construction and mining industries and as a result over half of all people know to have inhaled asbestos dust over a long period of time end up developing pleural thickening. Pleural thickening is caused when particles of dust are inhaled and result in causing widespread scarring along the lining (the pleura) of the lungs. Whilst in some cases pleural thickening can be relatively harmless in other cases it can be a debilitating disease.
The main symptom of Pleural thickening is shortness of breath. Pleural thickening is not as serious as asbestosis or mesothelioma, however it is often a sign of exposure to asbestos. Mercury Legal Online can help you make a claim for compensation. We will:
- Ensure we answer all of your questions about making a claim
- Do all of the form-filling for you
- Answer all of your questions
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- Ensure you pay no up front fees
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At Mercury Legal Online we understand that this may be a worrying time for you and your family, which is why we’ve made our process as simple as possible for you. Our team of approachable legal specialists will be on hand to answer any of your questions and will be able to guide you through the legal process.
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