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Mesothelioma compensation is awarded to the plaintiff when the defendant in such a suit admits or is found liable causing the disease. Seeking such compensation should always be of primary concern to those afflicted with this form of cancer. Yet, many do not seek their just compensation. Why is this? A common misconception about mesothelioma or other medical related lawsuits is that they are intended to seek "revenge" for being made ill. Such an assessment is an obtuse one on many levels. The reason the afflicted seek a settlement or judgment is because of the enormous costs associated with suffering from the disease. Mesothelioma is a serious condition as it is a form of cancer derived from exposure to asbestos. Often, the exposure is derived from negligence. One form of negligence would be a building's owner or management did not properly screen for mesothelioma and those in the building suffered from exposure. It is also not without precedent that those working in asbestos removal suffered from their exposure due to faulty protective equipment. Regardless of the reason the exposure, mesothelioma is life threatening. To send mesothelioma into remission will require all manner of financial costs. This is the main reason why mesothelioma compensation needs to be sought after - the fees associated with medical bills need to be covered. Without the best of care, it would become much harder to reverse the condition. Again, this is why seeking monetary awards is so important. The costs associated with treatment are so enormous funding said costs is a must if proper treatment is needed. And why shouldn't those that are responsible for the onset of the condition be held liable for its costs? Once again, these costs can be considered significant. In addition to medical treatment, bills can amass from other sources as well... Depending upon the current stage of the disease, the afflicted may not be able to work. While being legitimately unable to work may evoke sympathy from some, the situation does not automatically come with a waiver for financial responsibilities. Without a viable stream of money, financial stress is bound to increase significantly. Effective payments through a lawsuit or settlement could significantly alleviate the pressure associated with such financial strain. Another area of mesothelioma compensation that needs to be addressed would be that of pain and suffering. Having to deal with extreme pain and discomfort mesothelioma causes may justify high financial compensation rewards. The law had remedies in place for those dealing with such suffering and it comes in the form of civil judgments. Those suffering from such a condition are well within their rights to seek such payments. Questions will arise over the amount of compensation that can be awarded. Blanket answers to such questions are not really valid. There are no clear and set rewards for mesothelioma compensation. Some judgments are rather large and others can be modest. There are simply too many factors that weigh into how awards are made. The key point here is that the afflicted seek out a qualified and experienced attorney that specializes in these types of cases. Doing so will increase the likelihood that proper payment is achieved. Payment can come in two forms. The first would be an out of court settlement and the other would be a judgment in the aftermath of a civil case. One is not better than the other and the decision to accept settlement vs. take the case to civil court. There are a significant number of factors that can go into the decision making process regarding how a particular litigation should move forward. Determining which direction to follow will be based on the litigant's situation and needs as well as the advice of legal counsel. Regardless of your own individual situation, all those involved with a mesothelioma case must seek the best outcome for their needs. In short, they should seek the maximum amount of financial award which can be acquired in a manner the litigant is most comfortable pursuing. Discussing your specific options with a qualified attorney will boost the likelihood that you follow the proper course of action for your needs and requirements. Seeking mesothelioma compensation is a process that should not be taken lightly. There are a great many complexities involved and making the right decisions will factor into your ability to receive just and equitable judgments. That is why proper deliberation must go into the process. Doing otherwise could limit claims immensely. Leigh White invites you to check out her site about Mesothelioma Compensation [http://mesotheliomacompensationx.com] where she is working on more articles like this one. Among the rare form of cancer known to human nowadays is the malignant mesothelioma. It is a cancer developed in the mesothelium, the protective lining that covers many of the body's internal organs. The cause of this cancer is the exposure to asbestos.For this reason mesothelioma compensation is collected form asbestos related matter. Asbestos is mostly found in construction materials. It is also considered to be an ideal material because it is cheap, known to have high electrical resistance, good fire retardant and easy to use. There are advantages of using asbestos, however; human health is at risk. Asbestos when absorbed or inhaled by the exposed person can cause various diseases, one of which is the mesothelioma. Due to its microscopic nature (asbestos dust), the lungs cannot expel them, and since it is sharp, it can easily penetrate to the cell and damage it. The most common victims of mesothelioma and other diseases are the employees involved in the production and construction of materials with asbestos. For this reason, mesothelioma compensation are collected from employer. Most, if not all, of the affected employees files or pursue legal actions to claim benefits and financial support from their employer to help them address expenses like hospital/medical bills, loss of income and daily living funds. The mesothelioma compensation can be from small amount to substantial amount depending on the amount of damages. As for the settlement between the plaintiff (employee) and defendant (employer), once the plaintiff's attorney files the proper papers for the asbestos lawsuit, the defendant can act or respond in a number of ways. Settlements can be out-of-court or in-court. If the defendant wishes to settle the issue out-of-court, their lawyer will talk to the plaintiffs lawyer and discuss the terms and agreement both beneficial to them for mesothelioma compensation. If the defendant wishes to involve the power of the law between them, then they can settle in-court. It will be discussed over court trial together with the judges and other verdict. At the end of the trial, the defendant may be judged guilty or not guilty. The case of mesothelioma compensation has no standard, it is dependent on the agreed sum of money the defendant has to give considering all the financial factors like medical bills, etc. mesothelioma compensation

SWEET POTATO SALAD WITH BACON, WALNUTS AND LIME VINAIGRETTE {PALEO & WHOLE30}

This roasted sweet potato salad is packed with crispy bacon, toasted walnuts, and tossed in a date-sweetened lime vinaigrette.  Paleo and Whole30 friendly, dairy free and easy to make, it’s the perfect healthy sweet and savory side dish for your picnic, barbecue, or everyday meal. 

Perhaps my issue is that I honestly feel that every single ingredients here is KEY to making this recipe rock our paleo worlds (and Whole30 world, if that’s where you’re at right now.)  I’ll start with the dressing.  Every time I make a sweet dressing or sauce with dates, I kick myself 3 times – once for each year of paleo eating that I DID NOT KNOW THIS WAS POSSIBLE.
Perhaps my issue is that I honestly feel that every single ingredients here is KEY to making this recipe rock our paleo worlds (and Whole30 world, if that’s where you’re at right now.)  I’ll start with the dressing.  Every time I make a sweet dressing or sauce with dates, I kick myself 3 times – once for each year of paleo eating that I DID NOT KNOW THIS WAS POSSIBLE.

This roasted sweet potato salad is packed with crispy bacon, toasted walnuts, and tossed in a date-sweetened lime vinaigrette. Paleo and Whole30 friendly, dairy free and easy to make, it's the perfect healthy sweet and savory side dish for your picnic, barbecue, or everyday meal.

Ingredients
For the Lime Vinaigrette {Whole30}
  • 3 medjool dates pitted and soaked in hot water to soften, if necessary OR 2 Tbsp raw honey*
  • 2 tbsp water using the water you soaked the dates in is fine ONLY if you are using dates
  • 2.5 tbsp fresh lime juice plus an extra squeeze at the end if desired
  • 1 tsp finely grated lime zest
  • 2 tbsp balsamic vinegar
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • 1/2 tsp salt
  • 6 tbsp olive oil or avocado oil
  • pinch red pepper flakes optional, for spice

For the Salad:
  • 2 large sweet potatoes peeled and cut into 1/2-1 inch cubes 4-5 cups
  • 1 and 1/2 tbsp reserved bacon fat or other cooking fat
  • generous pinch sea salt
  • generous pinch black pepper
  • 1/4 tsp onion powder
  • 1/4 tsp smoked paprika
  • 6 slices nitrate free bacon sugar-free for Whole30**, cut into pieces
  • 3/4 cup raw walnuts roughly chopped + 1 tsp reserved bacon fat or other cooking fat
  • finely chopped parsley or cilantro for garnish

Instructions
  1. If you want to use reserved bacon fat to roast the sweet potatoes and walnuts, cook the bacon before anything else, and set aside until ready to use:
  2. Cook the bacon until crisp, stirring to evenly brown, and remove from skillet with slotted spoon to drain on paper towels, set aside. Reserve 2 tbsp of the rendered fat to toss with sweet potatoes and walnuts, if desired.
  3. Preheat your oven to 425 degrees F and line a large baking sheet with parchment paper
  4. Toss the cubed sweet potatoes with 1 and 1/2 tbsp bacon fat (or preferred fat), sea salt, pepper, onion powder and smoked paprika. Spread out in a single layer on the baking sheet without overlapping. Use an extra baking sheet if necessary.
  5. Roast for 20 minutes, turn (or stir gently) then bake another 10-15 minutes or until soft and lightly browned.
  6. Toss the walnuts with 1 tsp bacon fat and a small pinch of salt, then sprinkle over the sweet potatoes to roast with them for the last 5-7 minutes of roasting time. Potatoes should be nearly done when you add the walnuts, so the walnuts don’t roast too long and burn.
  7. While the potatoes roast, make the dressing. Using a high speed blender or food processor (either should work well), blend the dates, water, lime juice and zest, balsamic vinegar, garlic and salt until smooth. With the blender on low speed, slowly pour in the olive oil in a narrow steady stream, blend until smooth and well combined.
  8. Toss the roasted potatoes and walnuts with the bacon. It’s best to add the vinaigrette just before serving. Slowly add the vinaigrette - you will have more than you need - so add this slowly and stop once you’re satisfied with the amount of dressing. Leftover dressing can be covered tightly and refrigerated for up to one week.
  9. Garnish the salad with parsley or cilantro, a lime wedge and an extra splash of lime juice if desired. Serve warm or room temperature, and store leftovers covered tightly in the refrigerator for up to 3 days. Serves 6 as a side dish. Enjoy!
Recipe Notes
*Using honey makes the recipe no longer Whole30 compliant. Do not add the water if using honey
**Use sugar free bacon to be Whole30 compliant. I've been buying mine from U.S. Wellness Meats for years!

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