The signs of end stage lung cancer typically include intense weakness, a loss of consciousness, and labored breathing. Each patient is different and other signs may depend upon their particular circumstances.
Watching someone you love slowly die of lung cancer is heartbreaking. Organizations that provide hospice care can help not only the patient but also the patient’s loved ones. From pain management to providing support, nurses, social workers, and volunteers can greatly impact the final stages of your loved one’s battle with lung cancer.
Patients with end stage lung cancer often exhibit signs that indicate death is near. Knowing what to watch for can help prepare you for the inevitable. Common signs that a cancer patient is about to die include:
- Hard-to-control pain
- Increased weakness
- Appetite changes
- Episodes of confusion or vivid dreams
- Withdrawal from friends and family
- Changes in sleep patterns
End-of-life care for people who have cancer involves pain management and ensuring that your loved one is as comfortable as possible and is often all that can be done. The emotional process of watching your loved one slip away from lung cancer is difficult beyond words.
Knowing that your loved one acquired lung cancer due to exposure to harmful products and materials can be devastating. If your loved one was diagnosed with advanced lung cancer and is now fighting for their life, you can demand justice.
How Lung Cancer Develops
The most common cause of most lung cancers is smoking, followed by exposure to asbestos and radon gas. All three are dangerous. Asbestos exposure increases the potential of developing mesothelioma.
A particularly dangerous and aggressive form of cancer, mesothelioma has no cure. Workers who were exposed to the dangerous fibers of asbestos are most at risk for developing this deadly cancer.
If you were recently diagnosed with mesothelioma or lung cancer caused by smoking or exposure to radon, we can help.
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Let the Pintas & Mullins Law Firm Protect Your Best Interests
Insurance companies may offer you a settlement to, in fact, make you go away. Their interest is not in you or your family but rather their company’s bottom line and reputation.
Protect your best interests by not accepting or signing any settlement offer. Should you sign the settlement agreement, you may forfeit your right to pursue civil action later if your condition worsens.
The Pintas & Mullins Law Firm has a dedicated team of attorneys located throughout the United States. Our experience taking on big corporations and holding them accountable has helped thousands of people across the nation.
While each case is different, you may be entitled to compensation for your medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
Don’t delay in discovering your legal options. The statute of limitations can expire, leaving you with no recourse for pursuing justice.
Our legal team will aggressively fight for the compensation you deserve. If we are unable to secure a settlement out of court, we are ready and willing to go to trial.
In addition to our free case evaluation, we work on a contingency-fee-basis, meaning you owe us nothing unless we secure compensation for you.
A lung cancer diagnosis changes your life forever. Knowing that your exposure was preventable demands accountability from the responsible party.
No one should suffer from the negligent actions of a large corporation. You have nothing to lose by calling for your free case evaluation today. Call the Pintas & Mullins Law Firm now at (800) 217-6099.