Weitz & Luxenberg Provides Resources for Asbestos Lung Cancer
This page includes an overview of asbestos lung cancer resources. Please bear in mind that Weitz & Luxenberg is not a medical institution, so any inquires that are medically oriented should be directed to your doctor or another medical professional. We are, however, available to answer any legal inquiries you might have.
Doctors that specialize in asbestos lung cancer:
Since breathing “is our most essential function, finding a good lung doctor or pulmonologist is crucial for your medical needs and peace of mind.” (E How) The doctor that you select to treat your asbestos lung cancer should be someone that is not only board certified, but someone who has extensive experience in asbestos lung cancer and other diseases of the lung.
How To Find A Good Lung Doctor
Word of Mouth:
Before the age of computers, word of mouth was the most common way a person could find out about a doctor’s reputation and success fate. If you wanted to whether or not an asbestos lung cancer doctor was good, you could ask a family member, friend or work colleague. Some people believe this route is the most trustworthy, but others prefer to do their own investigative research by using the internet. Just as you might go online to check the reviews of a movie or a restaurant, there are countless forums where people post their reviews about their experiences with an asbestos lung cancer physician.
The “more reviews you read, the more likely you are to get an accurate assessment of an asbestos lung cancer doctor.” (CNN) It is recommended that you “check many different websites,” (CNN) so that you can get an overall understand of the asbestos lung cancer doctor’s reputation. If you find that Dr. X has received negative reviews all across the web, you might want to look elsewhere.
Talk with your primary physician
The primary benefit of asking your doctor for a recommendation is that they understand the standard of performance by which all doctors are held, regardless of their area of practice. Your doctor will know what pulmonologist is best suited to help with your specific type of asbestos lung cancer. Bear in mind however, that even if your general physician sings the praises of Dr. A, he or she may not be a good choice for you.
Medical Support Groups:
See if you can “contact a pulmonary support group in your area. The people in these groups will have firsthand knowledge about the asbestos lung cancer doctors in the community.” (E How)
Additional Information For You
For more information on asbestos lung cancer doctors, please see our Asbestos Lung Cancer Doctors page. Here, you can learn about top physicians.
For more online asbestos lung cancer resources please see our Online Resources for asbestos lung cancer page
For information about asbestos lung cancer clinics, please see our Clinics for Asbestos Lung Cancer page
How can Weitz & Luxenberg help?
Weitz & Luxenberg has been handling asbestos-related cases for over 20 years. We can guide you through the process of filing a lawsuit that can compensate your for expenses such as:
- Medical procedures
- Clinical trials
- Travel expenses
- Counseling costs
- Any previous out-of-pocket expenses related to your illness
- Providing financial stability for you and your family
The first step towards financial compensation is contacting Weitz & Luxenberg. You can do so via the form on this page or by phone at: (800) 476-6070.
After submitting the form, a representative from Weitz & Luxenberg will be in touch with you within 24 hours.
E How: www.ehow.com/how_4964481_good-lung-doctor.html