Robert Doody South Dakota: Discusses Why You Might Need Access to a Criminal Defense Lawyer

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Robert Doody South Dakota explains that it has been suggested that no matter who you are, or where you live, you have access to a good criminal defense attorney

SISSETON, SOUTH DAKOTA, UNITED STATES, June 1, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Introduction:
Robert Doody South Dakota explains that it has been suggested that no matter who you are, what your background is, or where you live, that you have access to a good criminal defense attorney. Why? Why would you ever need that? The answers, as divulged by Robert Doody South Dakota might surprise you. Better still, we hope this blog inspires you to act. Please read all the way through

Example Scenario:
Robert Doody South Dakota says to picture this scenario. You have never committed a crime in your life; however, you do have a habit of trusting the wrong people. You are in a store with some of these people. Unknown to you, some of them are shoplifting in the store, and they get caught. Guilt-by-association now occurs. Because you are with them, the store security person thinks you are guilty too, and then you’re arrested along with your friends. Now, you see why you should know a criminal lawyer on your side?

What Can a Criminal Lawyer Do for You?
According to the advice of Robert Doody South Dakota who is an experienced criminal law attorney, there is plenty he or she can do. The police only know what they are being told by the store's security people. The role of a criminal attorney is to find out your side of the story and relay that information to the court. A good criminal lawyer will be able to keep you from going to court at all based on what information that have.

What Happens Now?
This depends upon how good your criminal lawyer is. Robert Doody South Dakota has some tips for you, such as making sure that the security team shows the police the video footage where the trip to the store took place. This important detail could prove your innocence. Do not leave it up to law enforcement to simply know to do this. You need the skill of a professional to take the lead.

Sentencing Adjustments:
According to Robert Doody South Dakota, what does this mean? Let's change the outcome in this scenario. Let's say you stole a few items too. An expert criminal defense attorney can negotiate a deal with the prosecutor for a reduced sentence. Without a criminal lawyer, you may not know how to negotiate this deal. Without an expert criminal defense attorney, you will not be able to convince the judge to be lenient with you because it is your first offense. Most of the time, only an experienced criminal lawyer can accomplish this task.

Where Can You Find Such a Lawyer?
Begin your search with the Robert Doody South Dakota website. Even if you do not live within his area of service, the information there is excellent. It can give you an idea of the criteria you should include when evaluating a criminal lawyer closer to you. Do yourself a favor and start your search today. You never know what tomorrow may bring.

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Daniel Schnapp Discusses Protecting Your Company's Intellectual Property from Cybercrime

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Daniel Schnapp recently discussed how to protect your company's intellectual property from cybercrime.

NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES, June 1, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The number of cyberattacks increased drastically at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Most business owners knew that cybercrimes were a serious threat before the pandemic hit, but experts like Daniel Schnapp explain that protecting your company is more important now than ever.

Daniel Schnapp is a trial lawyer specializing in corporate intellectual property, entertainment, privacy, and more. He recently discussed how you could protect your company's intellectual property from cybercrime.

"The government has long deemed cybercrime a threat to national security," Daniel Schnapp said. "Cybercrimes can be as small as attacks on personal bank accounts and as large as attacks on entire governments. It's essential that you protect your company for your well-being as well as the well-being of your employees and customers."

Schnapp explained it's alarming how many American businesses have zero policies or systems in place to protect themselves from cyberattacks. This lack of preparedness can lead to countless challenges down the road.

Schnapp stated that one of the most critical steps in protecting your company's intellectual property is appropriately training your employees. They are some of the essential links in the protection process. Emails are easy gateways to computer systems, so all employees must be trained appropriately on which information can and cannot be shared through email. Employees should all be educated on the severe criminal and civil penalties that can occur due to sharing or accessing unauthorized information.

"A company must first understand which of their information is considered critical and has the highest likelihood of being targeted," Daniel Schnapp said. "These areas are where resources should be allocated first. Common areas of interest for cyber attackers are proprietary information and patents."

Schnapp stated that some companies want to hire full-time IT specialists, while others may want to hire an IT consultant to set up systems and help resolve issues if a cyberattack occurs. IT experts can install a complete cybersecurity system to detect threats and areas of vulnerability and protect them from attacks.

"Every company should review its cybersecurity measures often," Schnapp added. "This is where an IT expert on staff or available on a regular basis can be beneficial. This credentialed professional can review your security systems and ensure all aspects are up-to-date."

Daniel Schnapp also recommended that being prepared for a cyberattack through educating employees, enlisting the help of an IT expert, and taking other necessary measures, can significantly reduce the costly damage an attack can cause. He suggested speaking with an experienced intellectual property lawyer to learn more about the legal actions you can take in the event of a cyberattack.

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AZ INDEPENDENT PHARMACIES APPLAUD SENATOR NANCY BARTO AND THE AZ STATE LEGISLATURE FOR ENDING UNNECESSARY PHARMACY FEES

Arizona Joins 22 Other States Ending the Pharmacy Benefit Manager Practice of Charging Pharmacies “Transaction Fees” When Submitting Reimbursement Claims

PHOENIX, ARIZONA, UNITED STATES, June 1, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Arizona Independent Pharmacy Coalition (AIPC) applauds Senator Nancy Barto, the Arizona state legislature, and Governor Doug Ducey for the passage of SB1356, which will now prevent pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) from charging pharmacies a “transaction fee” each and every time the pharmacy submits a claim for reimbursement or otherwise interfaces with the PBM. Fees can range from 25 cents to as much as $2 per claim, which adds up to thousands of dollars a month that pharmacies must pay PBMs in order to be reimbursed by patient insurance.

Senator Nancy Barto (R-15) sponsored SB 1356, which was signed into law late last month by Governor Doug Ducey and will become effective 90 days after sine die, the official end of the state’s 2021 legislative session.

“We appreciate Senator Barto and the Legislature for sending a clear message that unfair business practices will not be tolerated in our state,” said Teresa Dickenson, a pharmacist and Phoenix-area pharmacy owner. “We are fortunate to live and work in a state that cares about keeping the playing field fair and level so that businesses can compete in the spirit of the free market.”

Similar to legislation passed in multiple other states, SB 1356 will prohibit PBMs from charging pharmacies for regular business interactions including submitting claims for reimbursement, appealing a denied claim, checking a patient’s drug cost-share, using the PBM’s help desk, and more. American Pharmacies (APRx) and Pharmacists United for Truth & Transparency (PUTT) actively supported the bill including testifying at legislative hearings.

“This is a not-insignificant step toward restoring equity between Arizona healthcare providers and insurers,” said Monique Whitney, AIPC co-chair and founder. “We’re grateful to Senator Barto and our state leaders for their willingness to stand up for and help strengthen the viability of all Arizona pharmacies, which played a critical role during the pandemic and continue to provide medications, vaccinations, and other vital services to Arizonans.

Arizona Independent Pharmacy Coalition (AIPC) advocates on behalf of independent community pharmacies and their patients to choose how and where they will receive their medication. For more information visit AZIPRx.org.

American Pharmacies (APRx) is a member-owned purchasing cooperative for independent pharmacies that is based in Corpus, Christi, TX. APRx has 700+ members in 36 states and is the fastest-growing independent pharmacy purchasing group in the nation. American Pharmacies and its affiliated advocacy groups have passed more than 15 pro-pharmacy bills in four states over the past 10 years.

Pharmacists United for Truth and Transparency (PUTT) monitors PBM and other industry practices in the interest of improving the quality, safety, and cost of patient care. To learn more about PUTT, visit TruthRx.org.

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Monique M Whitney
Arizona Independent Pharmacy Coalition
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CCHR: Mental Health Funding is Being Poured into an Abyss of Failure

CCHR: Mental Health Funding is Being Poured into an Abyss of Failure

“What the hell’s wrong with us?” governor asks. “Too many psychotropic chemicals and a failed mental health system that may breed violence and suicide for a start,” CCHR, mental health watchdog responds.

“What the hell’s wrong with us?” governor asks. “Too many psychotropic chemicals and a failed mental health system that may breed violence…,” CCHR responds.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, June 1, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — With a spate of recent acts of senseless violence, one of which beset San Jose in California, killing nine, the state governor asked “What the hell is going on in the United States of America? What the hell is wrong with us?"[1] The mental health watchdog Citizens Commission on Human Rights International (CCHR) says one thing wrong is a failure to, at least, evaluate past and existing mental health programs and treatments that have not reduced violence in the country, but could potentially be contributing to it. Government appropriations have been poured into an abyss of failure, CCHR says.

The group points to a review of scientific literature published in Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry regarding the “astonishing rate” of mental illness over the past 50 years which revealed that it’s not “mental illness” causing the problem; rather, it’s the psychotropic meds prescribed to treat it.[2]

In 1967, a group of prominent psychiatrists and doctors met in Puerto Rico to discuss objectives for a psychotropic drug utopia for “normal humans” in the year 2000. Their plan included manufactured “intoxicants” that would create the same appeal as alcohol, marijuana, opiates, and amphetamines, producing “disassociation and euphoria.” The meeting concluded, “Those of us who work in this field see a developing potential for nearly a total control of human emotional status, mental functioning, and will to act. These human phenomena can be started, stopped or eliminated by the use of various types of chemical substances. What we can produce with our science now will affect the entire society.”[3]

CCHR says the U.S. is seeing the effects of this today: IQVia Total Patient Tracker statistics show almost 77 million Americans were taking psychiatric meds in 2020, of which 45 million were on antidepressants, the latter up 24% from 34 million in 2006.[4] The most used of all prescription drugs in the U.S. in 2015-16 were central nervous system stimulants for ages 12–19 and antidepressants for ages 20–59.[5]

David Healy, a leading psychopharmacologist and a professor of psychiatry, notes that the main causal factor behind suicide and violence while taking antidepressants is increased mental and/or physical agitation, which leads to about 5% of subjects taking the drugs to drop out of clinical trials, compared to only 0.5% of people on placebos.[6]

By extrapolation, if 5% of the 45 million Americans taking antidepressants experienced “increased mental and/or physical agitation,” that represents 2.2 million people. How many could potentially become so agitated that they would carry out violent acts? It’s playing Russian roulette with their lives and governments need to be more alert to this, said CCHR.

Media quote experts saying that violent individuals are “mentally disturbed,” or have “untreated mental illness,” or “stopped taking their medication,” fueling calls for stricter mental health laws and funding. But that doesn’t explain the level of violence we are seeing or what drives a person to pull a trigger, stab or intentionally crash an airplane, continued CCHR.

Further, mental disorder is not a predictor of aggressive behavior; however, prescribed mind-altering chemicals are documented by drug regulatory agencies worldwide to cause violent, aggressive and suicidal behavior in a percent of people taking them.

Governments are advised to increase involuntary commitment powers and the enforcement of psychiatric treatment—a system that has already failed and, which, CCHR urges, needs investigation.

CCHR points to punitive mental health policy America has already resorted to:

• S.W.A.T teams with tanks turned up at the house of a single African American mother in Michigan because she refused to give her 12-year-old daughter an antipsychotic.[7]

• Until 2004, Child Protective Services could criminally prosecute parents who chose to not administer or who withdrew their child from a dangerous psychotropic drug. This practice was only outlawed because of the actions of CCHR and children’s rights groups.

• Teens electroshocked 50 times a day with a skin shock device to forcibly change their behavior, a practice the United Nations has condemned as torture.

• A “mental health advocacy” group that receives tens of millions of dollars from pharmaceutical companies that manufacture psychotropic drugs, wants “mandated medication” enacted, in contravention of civil rights.

CCHR stresses that consumers and government officials should become better informed about the downside of enforcing treatment that has never stopped violence and may be contributing to it. The group is directing policy makers and law enforcement to its online report Psychiatric Drugs: Create Violence & Suicide, produced in 2018. This calls for a national database to be established to collect data on potential drug use in acts of mass violence.

The group, established in 1969, has a tremendous amount of research on the mental health system and helped obtain more than 190 protective laws.

[1] Carla Marinucci, “Newsom after mass shooting: 'What the hell is wrong with us?'” Politico California, 26 May 2021, https://www.politico.com/states/california/story/2021/05/26/newsom-after-mass-shooting-what-the-hell-is-wrong-with-us-1384129; “San Jose shooter’s ex-wife says he told her he wanted to kill people at work,” California News Times, 28 May 2021, https://californianewstimes.com/san-jose-shooters-ex-wife-says-he-told-her-he-wanted-to-kill-people-at-work/362908/

[2] “Psychiatric Drugs: Create Violence & Suicide,” Citizens Commission on Human Rights International, Mar. 2018, https://www.cchrint.org/pdfs/violence-report.pdf, citing: “Anatomy of an Epidemic: Psychiatric Drugs and the Astonishing Rise of Mental Illness in America,” Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry, Volume 7, No. I, Spring 2005

[3] Wayne O. Evans, Ph.D. & Nathan S. Kline, M.D. (editors), Psychotropic Drugs in the Year 2000, Use by Normal Humans, (Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, Illinois, U.S.A., 1971), pp. xx, 79

[4] https://www.cchrint.org/2021/04/06/antidepressant-withdrawal-warning-vital/; IQVia Total Patient Tracker (TPT) Database, Years 2006 and 2020, Extracted January 2021

[5] Crescent B. Martin, M.P.H., M.A., et al., “Prescription Drug Use in the United States, 2015–2016,” NCHS Data Brief No. 334, May 2019, https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/products/databriefs/db334.htm

[6] Op. cit., “Psychiatric Drugs: Create Violence & Suicide,” p. 5, citing: John Horgan, “Did Antidepressant Play a Role in Navy Yard Massacre?” Scientific American, 20 Sept. 2013, https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/cross-check/did-antidepressant-play-a-role-innavy-yard-massacre/

[7] https://www.cchrint.org/issues/maryanne-godboldo/

Amber Rauscher
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Attorney Tonya Johannsen to be Featured on Close Up Radio

PLANO, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, June 1, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Close Up Radio today announced it will feature attorney Tonya Johannsen in an exclusive one-on-one interview with host Jim Masters on June 3rd at 2pm EDT.

Tonya Johannsen is an attorney with Estes Thorne & Carr with demonstrated success representing contractors, architects and financial institutions in complex transactions, litigation, negotiations, drafting, legal writing, trials and appellate matters related to construction law.

When Johannsen started practicing 35 years ago, there were very few women attorneys in commercial litigation in Texas. She represents financial institutions on complicated cases like fraud, trade practices, consumer issues, construction law. None of those are traditionally female-oriented.

“Please underestimate me!” laughs Johannsen. “The key to success for women in male-dominated fields is knowing yourself, knowing what works for you and being comfortable in your own skin.”

Prior to becoming a lawyer, Johannsen was a ninth grade English teacher. A natural born storyteller, Tonya sought a career where she could combine her talent for analysis, research and writing with her ability to explain complicated matters simply.

“I loved being an English teacher,” recalls Johannsen. “I found that a lot of the skills that make you a good teacher also make you a good attorney. They both involve communication with people who are not particularly interested in what you want to teach them. So you have to find out a way to be a good storyteller and to simplify difficult concepts into stories that the normal person can relate to.”

As an attorney and as a teacher, you have to learn your material forward, backwards and inside out, and you can only learn by asking the client a lot of questions. The challenge for Johannsen is to understand not only the technical aspects, but also how to present the information to the jury in a way the jury can understand it and can hold on to when they go back to deliberate.

“Some lawyers can't communicate the facts in a way that the jury can understand. That’s why I’m always relating it back to my ninth grade classroom,” says Johannsen. “I'm a very motivated listener and a very motivated learner, but as I explain. We've got to come up with some examples that will be something that they've seen or heard of before that they can relate to, and the examples have to be true to the facts and true to the technology. Whoever tells the best story wins.”

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If you have any questions for our guest, please call (347) 996-3389

For more information, visit www.estesthornecarr.com

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California Mesothelioma Victims Center Urges a Skilled Trades Worker with Mesothelioma in California to Focus on Compensation and To Call Attorney Erik Karst of Karst von Oiste For Top Results-They May Exceed $1,000,000

"If you are a skilled trades worker in California who has mesothelioma or their family–please call attorney Erik Karst of the law firm of Karst von Oiste at 800-714-0303 to discuss compensation.”

— California Mesothelioma Victims Center

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA , USA, June 1, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The California Mesothelioma Victims Center says, "If you are a skilled trades worker in California who has just been diagnosed with mesothelioma or their immediate family–please call attorney Erik Karst of the law firm of Karst von Oiste at 800-714-0303 for serious conversation about financial compensation, what is involved, as well as what your financial claim might be worth. Frequently a mesothelioma compensation claim-for a skilled trades worker such as an electrician, plumber, mechanic, welder, or machinist in California might be in the millions of dollars-as attorney Erik Karst of Karst von Oiste is always more than happy to discuss.

"Financial compensation for a person with mesothelioma is based upon how, where and when they were exposed to asbestos. For a skilled trades worker with mesothelioma their exposure to asbestos probably occurred over decades in the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s or early 1980s. The typical person with mesothelioma in the United States is about 72 years old. If the person we have just described sounds like your husband and or dad, and their mesothelioma diagnosis has just been confirmed-please call-attorney Erik Karst of the law firm of Karst von Oiste at 800-714-0303. We think you will be glad you did. Erik Karst is one of the nation's leading mesothelioma attorneys-and he is an amazing resource." www.karstvonoiste.com/

For the best possible mesothelioma treatment options in California the California Mesothelioma Victims Center strongly recommends the following heath care facilities with the offer to help a diagnosed victim, or their family get to the right physicians at one of these three hospitals:

* UCLA Medical Center Los Angeles, California: https://cancer.ucla.edu/

* Stanford Cancer Institute: https://cancer.stanford.edu/

he California Mesothelioma Victims Center also wants to emphasize theirs is a statewide unsurpassed service that is available to any diagnosed victim in California including communities such as Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Riverside, Fresno, Sacramento, Oceanside, Palm Springs, Riverside, or Eureka. https://California.MesotheliomaVictimsCenter.Com

High-risk work groups for exposure to asbestos In California include US Navy Veterans, power plant workers, shipyard workers, oil refinery workers, chemical plant workers, manufacturing workers, plumbers, electricians, auto mechanics, machinists, or construction workers. Typically, the exposure to asbestos occurred in the 1950’s, 1960’s, 1970’s, or 1980’s.

According to the CDC the states indicated with the highest incidence of mesothelioma include Maine, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, Michigan, Illinois, Minnesota, Louisiana, Washington, and Oregon. However, mesothelioma and asbestos exposure lung cancer happen to over a thousand people each year in California.
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For more information about mesothelioma please refer to the National Institutes of Health’s web site related to this rare form of cancer: https://www.cancer.gov/types/mesothelioma.

Michael Thomas
California Mesothelioma Victims Center
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MARYLAND INDEPENDENT PHARMACIES THANK GOVERNOR HOGAN FOR SIGNING PBM REFORM BILL INTO LAW

Maryland joins multiple other states in raising accountability standards on pharmacy benefit managers

This law continues Maryland’s leadership status in the healthcare reform fight”

— Deepak Kini

BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, UNITED STATES, June 1, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Independent Pharmacies of Maryland (IPMD), a local pharmacy advocacy group, stepped forward today to thank the vision and efforts of Delegate Kipke and the Maryland state legislature, and to applaud Governor Larry Hogan for signing PBM reform bill HB 601, into law.

“It's a real win for pharmacies and their patients across the state,” said Maryland pharmacy owner and IPMD board member Deepak Kini. “Pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) have taken advantage of loopholes in state law language for far too long — to the detriment of Maryland pharmacies and patients. HB 601 closes many of those loopholes by tightening up definitions surrounding PBM business practices.”

HB 601, a pharmacy benefit manager revisions bill, streamlines the definition of “pharmacy benefit manager” in relation to their purpose within the healthcare spectrum. It also implements elements of the Rutledge v PCMA Supreme Court decision by allowing the state, for the first time, to regulate ERISA plan PBMs, prohibit many fees associated with those plans, and lays the groundwork for further regulation of PBM practices within ERISA.

“This law continues Maryland’s leadership status in the healthcare reform fight,” says Kini. “The unanimous decision by the Supreme Court was a ruling in favor of state’s rights to regulate healthcare within their boundaries. This bill gives Maryland patients and pharmacies protections against out-of-state corporations attempting to circumvent state law for their own gains. By signing HB 601, Governor Hogan is showing that the state of Maryland puts Maryland's patients and local businesses first.”

Independent Pharmacies of Maryland (IPMD) advocates on behalf of Maryland’s small business community pharmacies and their patients against PBM unethical business practices in the interest of improving the quality, safety, and cost of patient care. To learn more, visit our website at IPMDunited.org.

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Maine US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate Urges the Family of a Navy Veteran with Mesothelioma in Maine to Call Attorney Erik Karst of Karst von Oiste About Receiving Better Compensation-It Might Be Millions

"We have endorsed attorney Erik Karst of the law firm of Karst von Oiste because he is one of the nation's top mesothelioma attorneys and he specializes in aiding Navy Veterans with this rare cancer.”

— Maine US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate

BANGOR , MAINE, USA, June 1, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Maine US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate is urging the immediate family of a Navy Veteran who has just been diagnosed with mesothelioma anywhere in Maine to please call attorney Erik Karst of the law firm of Karst von Oiste at 800-714-0303 to discuss the financial compensation process for this asbestos exposure cancer-and what the specific claim might be worth. Mesothelioma compensation for a Navy Veteran typically involved asbestos exposure on a navy ship, submarine or at a shipyard-like the shipyard in Bangor. A mesothelioma compensation claim for a Navy Veteran might exceed a million dollars-or for a career Navy Veteran with mesothelioma the compensation might be in the millions of dollars as attorney Erik Karst of the law firm of Karst von Oiste is always happy to discuss. www.karstvonoiste.com/

The Advocate says, "Our number one priority for a Navy Veteran with mesothelioma in Maine or anywhere in the nation is that they receive the very best possible financial compensation. Mesothelioma compensation is based on how, where and when a person with mesothelioma was exposed to asbestos. The reason we have endorsed attorney Erik Karst of the law firm of Karst von Oiste is because he is one of the nation's most skilled mesothelioma attorneys and he specializes in assisting Navy Veterans with this rare cancer. Before a Navy Veteran with mesothelioma or their family retains the services of a lawyer to assist with mesothelioma compensation-please call attorney Erik Karst of the law firm of Karst von Oiste at 800-714-0303. We think you will be glad you did." www.karstvonoiste.com/

The US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate offers their free services to US Navy Veterans with mesothelioma in Portland, Lewiston, Bangor or anywhere in Maine. https://Maine.USNavyMesothelioma.Com

For the best possible mesothelioma treatment options in Maine the Maine US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate strongly recommends the following heath care facility with the offer to help a diagnosed victim, or their family get to the right physicians at this hospital.

*The Maine Medical Cancer Institute: https://www.mainehealth.org/maine-medical-center/services/cancer-institute

About one third of all US citizens diagnosed with mesothelioma each year are Veterans of the US Navy. Before a Navy Veteran with mesothelioma or their family retain the services of a lawyer or law firm, they are urged to call the US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate anytime at 800-714-0303. https://USNavyMesothelioma.Com

The states with the highest incidence of mesothelioma include Maine, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, Michigan, Illinois, Minnesota, Louisiana, Washington, and Oregon.

However, based on the calls the US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma advocate receives a US Navy Veteran diagnosed with mesothelioma could live in any state including New York, Florida, California, Texas, New Hampshire, Vermont, Iowa, Indiana, Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Nebraska, North Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, Arizona, Idaho, or Alaska. www.karstvonoiste.com/

For more information about mesothelioma please refer to the National Institutes of Health’s web site related to this rare form of cancer: https://www.cancer.gov/types/mesothelioma

Michael Thomas
Maine US Navy Veterans Mesothelioma Advocate
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