An asbestos mesothelioma legal claim radio ad recently caught my attention. Of course advertising by attorneys specializing in mesothelioma claims have been around for a number of years.
There has been a sizable fund set up for those having cancer fears due to their exposure to asbestos, especially in past job assignments.
Those kind of radio advertisements usually receive no attention from me. Until recently, that is. But then I began hearing radio ads and seeing television ads about the danger of asbestos.
I was listening to the car radio in my role as a hospice chaplain. While driving from one patient assignment to the next, a law firm's radio commercial asked if I possibly had an asbestos related legal claim.
Not sure if you if you have heard of an asbestos disease called mesothelioma? Neither had I but now it seems I continually hear references to this asbestos caused disease on that same commercial several times a day.
The announcer asked the radio listening audience "Do you have an asbestos related legal claim?"
Perhaps you have heard that ad too or one like it. Now I suppose it is one of those advertisements most people wouldn't listen to unless we have ever handled asbestos in our remodeling efforts or worked in a building construction profession.
How does radio advertisement on asbestos mesothelioma legal claim relate to this Change Career, With Purpose website?
Well for one thing, the legal profession must be making money -- at least that one lawyer -- especially if someone in the legal field has made it their career focus to locate people with peritoneal mesothelioma.
Anyway, back to the radio ad touting legal action. It prompted me to do a medical term search and I discovered some website information about peritoneal disease, even if I can't spell it, let alone pronounce it right!
That must be a common problem, because the announcer emphatically spelled out "m-e-s-o-t-h-e-l-i-o-m-a" just to make sure his listeners had some idea how to write it out in the event that someone did have an asbestos mesothelioma legal claim. After all, that was the purpose of this advertisement about asbestos related diseases.
What an effective advertisement. Here I am thinking about how I have been exposed and also wondering if I too, should worry about asbestos exposure.
But, then again, maybe the ad wasn't that good, because I can't remember the name of the law firm making the legal advertisement in case I have a asbestos lawsuit or a mesothelioma legal claim.
Perhaps your knowledge about filing a legal claim or filing a lawsuit would help others.