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Attorneys with Motley Rice have been deeply involved in asbestos litigation for decades, with late firm co-founder Ron Motley being recognized for his groundbreaking work in the 1970s when he uncovered and revealed the internal company documents showing some companies’ concealment of the knowledge that asbestos was harmful.

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Our Experience in Asbestos Litigation

Motley Rice attorneys pioneered the fight against asbestos manufacturers more than 30 years ago and uncovered documents that exposed asbestos companies' indifference and cover up of the asbestos-related diseases epidemic. We continue to fight for asbestos victims and have achieved many precedents on their behalf.

We are fully prepared to fight for justice against those responsible for harming asbestos victims and their families. Our attorneys take on tough litigation and are ready to give each case the passion, energy and experience needed. We can give victims a voice and be an advocate in their search for financial recovery, medical advancements and justice for this preventable disease.

Common diseases associated with asbestos exposure

Mesothelioma: A form of cancer that affects the mesothelial cells lining the lung, chest cavity, abdominal cavity or heart cavity. The three main types of mesothelioma include pleural, peritoneal and pericardial, and typically involve tumors composed of cancer cells known as epithelioid and/or sarcomatoid mesothelioma cells.

Asbestosis: The chronic inflammation and subsequent scarring of the lung that causes shortness of breath and is linked with an increased risk of lung cancer.

Lung cancer: The abnormal cell growth of lung tissues. The risk of lung cancer among people exposed to asbestos is seven times greater than that of the general population, especially in patients with a significant smoking history. Asbestos also causes lung cancer. For every case of mesothelioma, there are at least twice as many cases of asbestos-related lung cancer.

Other related cancers: cancers of the larynx, pancreas, esophagus, colon, kidney, omentum (the fatty tissue layer covering the lower abdomen) and tunica vaginalis (inner lining of the testicular sac) have also been linked to asbestos exposure.

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Motley Rice is prepared to help asbestos victims and their families obtain the compensation they deserve from companies responsible for their exposure.

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Motley Rice LLC is primarily located at 28 Bridgeside Drive, Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464. The attorneys responsible for this advertising are Donald A. Migliori (RI, SC), Nathan D. Finch (DC, VA), John E. Herrick (MD), and John D. Hurst (NC, WV).

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