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Sinonasal Cancer is a rare form of cancer that is often caused by occupational or environmental exposures to certain substances. Scientists have found that several types of industrial exposures cause sinonasal cancer.
For example, people who work around wood dust are much more likely to develop sinonasal cancer. Exposures to certain heavy metals, including arsenic, cadmium, chromium, and nickel, also cause this type of cancer. Finally, leather workers have also been shown to be at substantially increased risk for this disease.
Tobacco use, alcohol use, sun exposure, and exposure to ionizing radiation do not appear to be major risk factors in sinonasal cancer.
A nasal cancer diagnosis can be devastating for a patient and their loved ones—emotionally, physically, and financially. If you or someone you love has nasal cancer that may have been caused by occupational exposure to wood dust or metals, you may have legal remedies available to you.
Please contact us today to consult with a qualified and experienced sinonasal cancer attorneys at Allen Stewart, P.C. FREE of charge. We can evaluate the circumstances of your case, protect your rights and interests, and help you get the compensation you deserve for your losses and suffering.
Are You Eligible for Compensation?
Individuals who have developed nasal cancer as a result of occupational exposure have the right to file a legal claim against those responsible for their losses and suffering. Damages that can be recovered through a lawsuit include medical bills, pain and suffering, loss of enjoyment of life, and more.
If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with sinonasal cancer or a type of nasal cancer and you suspect wood dust, metals, or other chemical exposure is the cause, let us evaluate your case FREE of charge.
Please contact us today for a no-cost consultation with a respected and proven personal injury attorney.