Mesothelioma is caused by the inhalation of asbestos particles from dusty environments. Many companies who produced or distributed asbestos knew of its dangers.
Our justice system allows those suffering from Mesothelioma to seek compensation from the manufacturers of asbestos and asbestos-containing products, compensation that is necessary for medical and personal needs.
You should think about the following things when considering your legal rights: 1.) Asbestos companies had knowledge of the dangers of asbestos. 2.) Treatment for mesothelioma Is expensive. 3.) You can protect your loved ones in the future. Read more in this section.
To begin the process of seeking compensation for a mesothelioma client, we suggest a brief introductory meeting with one of our knowledgeable attorneys. During that meeting, the attorney will outline the various steps of the legal process; address any questions or concerns you may have related to the legal process; and seek to discuss the ways in which a Mesothelioma client has been exposed to asbestos. Learn more about the process in this section.
Many companies manufactured and distributed asbestos or asbestos products. These companies knowingly put people at risk for asbestos exposure and for developing mesothelioma. We have compiled a list of over 600 such companies for your review.
Over 65 Asbestos Trusts have been setup with billions of dollars in total set aside to compensate mesothelioma victims. Often times, clients need not even file a lawsuit or undergo a deposition in order to receive substantial compensation through these bankruptcy trusts. This section contains a comprehensive list of bankruptcy trusts that have been or are in the process of being set up.
In addition to receiving financial compensation from a civil lawsuit as a result of being diagnosed with mesothelioma, United States Veterans diagnosed with mesothelioma are also entitled to receive certain Veterans Administration-related("VA") benefits. Learn more here.
If you were injured on the job, then you are likely eligible for workers' compensation benefits. Learn more about these benefits in this section.
This section contains common questions about the legal process.
This section features current news and other media articles regarding asbestos lawsuits and settlements.