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Recently the World Health Organization declared Diesel Fumes a known carcinogen that has been linked to Lung Cancer and Bladder Cancer.  (Click Here to See Article in New York Times).

Studies show that a person exposed to concentrated levels of diesel fumes could be up to seven times more likely to develop lung cancer than a nonsmoking person who was not exposed to the diesel fumes.

If you or a loved one have developed Lung Cancer or Bladder Cancer after working in an industry with high exposure to diesel fumes such as the following:

  • Garbage Collectors
  • Heavy Machinery Operator
  • Farm Equipment Operator
  • Barge Lines
  • Trucking
  • Fuel Depot
  • Toll Booth Operators
  • Shrimping Boats
  • Marine Operator
  • Ship Yard Worker
  • Generator Mechanics
  • Electrician
  • Crane Operators
  • Solid Waste Workers
  • Weight Control Station Operators
  • Other jobs where exposure to diesel engine fumes are high.

Contact Roberts Wilson, P.A. at (662) 533-9111.  We provide Free, No Obligation Initial Consultation to see if we can help you.

It won’t cost you anything to see if we can help!