Serving Victims Of Progressive Massive Fibrosis Throughout Kentucky.
Progressive massive fibrosis develops due to silica or coal dust in the lung, and then through the body’s reactions to the dust. Coal miners are especially susceptible to developing progressive massive fibrosis or PMF. Coal miners who develop PMF often have trouble breathing since the disease often affects a person’s respiratory system. This serious medical condition is also often associated with black lung disease.
If you believe you or a loved one is suffering from the effects of progressive massive fibrosis, contact the Shelton Law Group. Located in Louisville and serving injury victims throughout Kentucky, the Shelton Law Group has a well-earned reputation for being an honest, hard-working Kentucky coal mine injury law firm focused on results. Don’t underestimate the seriousness of your case. Coal worker injuries are often extremely severe and demand immediate attention. Contact us today.
Often, people develop progressive massive fibrosis after developing black lung disease. The symptoms of someone with PMF are coughing, emphysema, shortness of breath and lung damage. If you are not sure if you have progressive massive fibrosis, contact a doctor, then contact the Shelton Law Group. We work tirelessly for coal miners and other people suffering from adverse health effects caused by exposure to coal. Your case matters to us. If you lost a loved one, contact us about a potential progressive massive fibrosis wrongful death lawsuit.