20 Billion Dollars Available For Lung Cancer Patients

"I just started to receive checks through the mail, and I appreciate it," writes Kinnie Clayton. He adds, "It's really helped me through some dark moments."

Over 20 billion dollars are sitting in trust funds and are available to lung cancer patients. 

Kinnie Clayton Receives Lung Cancer Checks In The Mail

Sadly, Kinnie has stage 4 lung cancer. By working with us, he was able to gain access to a portion of that 20 billion dollars - so might you. It won't cure you, but like Kinnie, it may make life more manageable during what can often be a difficult time.

Why Are Funds Available?

Since 1949, companies have covered up a terrible truth: Asbestos causes lung cancer. More concerned about making a profit, greedy companies allowed hundreds of thousands of Americans to be exposed to asbestos - putting their health and life at risk.

One example of this is from oil and gas corporation Exxon. The report below shows they were aware that some of their employees were getting lung cancer from asbestos.

Those who worked in large construction, heavy industry, engineering of large ships and a range of other industries, likely came into contact with asbestos. Many companies knew this. But they chose to do nothing about it.

After decades of poisoning millions of people, these companies were finally caught.  After being sued, they were allowed to set up trust funds. These funds provided much needed compensation to their victims.

60 trust funds were set up, and payments continue to be made to lung cancer patients.

So, if you're asking yourself: Was I exposed to asbestos? If you worked in blue collar jobs before 1985, there's a strong chance the answer is yes.

The Sad Reality of Asbestos and Lung Cancer

The National Cancer Institute first confirmed that asbestos causes lung cancer way back in 1942. Despite this, millions of Americans were exposed to it then, and still are to this day.

In 1986, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration confirmed that lung cancer was the biggest threat to those who had come into contact with asbestos.

The saddest part? Many patients diagnosed with lung cancer had no idea they were exposed to asbestos.

First Steps To Making Your Claim

Potentially gaining access to the 60 different trust funds couldn't be easier. 

Simply take a few moments to fill out the below form to start the process. 

From there, our dedicated team of qualified professionals can begin to assess your case and identify if you may be eligible for funds.

Fill the form out here

How Much Money Will I Get?

Organizations promising fixed amounts upfront are likely a scam. Sadly, they take advantage of those in vulnerable situations. 

The truth is, we're not able to promise you how much money you may receive. We guarantee that we work hard to ensure you get the amount you are entitled to.

The good news is if you receive money, it is tax free and you're free to spend it as you wish. And it costs you nothing to apply.

No Need To Go To Court

Having worked with many lung cancer patients, we know how difficult life can be. The last thing we want to do is cause any added stress to your daily life.

You can receive these potential payouts without ever stepping into a courtroom or having to sue anyone.

That way you can focus on what’s most important: Your health. 

After filling out the form, a member of our expert team will call you to support you with the next steps. You can do this from the comfort of your own home!

Your Questions Answered

I can't afford legal advice. Am I still able to apply?

Absolutely! There are no upfront costs whatsoever. We only take a fee if you are awarded funds. Starting the process is completely free of charge.

My relative died from lung cancer. Can I apply on their behalf?

Yes. If your relative died because of lung cancer, you could apply on their behalf.  A former client of ours, Linda, wrote to potential applicants, "I have gotten checks for years on behalf of my father who died of respiratory failure. It's real."

I smoke. Can I still apply?

Yes. Despite being a smoker or having smoked in the past, you're still free to apply and may be eligible for payments.

I don't want to fill in the form right now. Can I do it later?

Unfortunately, time isn't on our side. When the trust funds were initially opened, there was $40 billion available. Around half of that is already gone! 

As more lung cancer patients apply for the money, that amount will continue to reduce rapidly.

That's why we strongly advise you to act now and fill out the form to see if you're able to get your cash payouts.

Still Unsure?

Filling out forms may feel overwhelming, even more so when you have to focus so much on your health. That's why our team of professionals has simplified the process as much as possible. 

We could continue to tell you how valuable this potential money can be, but we thought it was best coming from someone else.

Speaking again with Kinnie, we asked him what message he had to other lung cancer patients. He said, "I can't imagine the kind of life I'd be living right now. The money I received greatly added to the quality of my life.”

"My family and I are very thankful for all your care and concerns while I battle with this awful disease. I feel as though I and my family can rest a little easier now," he continues.

Like Kinnie, filling out the form could change your life. It can soften the burden of a disease you didn't deserve, and you aren't to blame for.

As Kinnie says, "Go ahead and apply, you have nothing to lose and everything to gain."

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