Leukemia

LEUKEMIA

Have you been diagnosed with leukemia? If you have and you worked in a factory type environment where you were exposed to benzene we may be able to recover money for you. Benzene is a colorless sweet smelling liquid that was used in places like chemical plants as part of the ingredients for what was being made. Benzene is a solvent and was also used in places like steel mills as a cleaning agent. Benzene was also used in oil and gas refining, rubber making, and in paper manufacturing. It was also used in newspaper printing, in paints and in the manufacturing of pesticides. Workers were exposed to Benzene by breathing the odor. You may have been made sick by it even if you didn’t work directly with benzene because you may have breathed the fumes when someone else was working with it. The American Cancer Society and other health organizations recognize benzene as a cancer causing solvent. If you have been diagnosed with leukemia please contact us so we can determine whether your disease is a result of your inhaling benzene fumes.

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