Page Updated: June 12, 2019

Mesothelioma Law Firm

Mesothelioma, a life-threatening type of cancer that is aggressive and difficult to treat, is linked to asbestos exposure. Many victims of exposure at work or in their own homes rely on the advice of a mesothelioma law firm to get justice and to help them cover the overwhelming costs for treatment of this disease.

Most victims experienced asbestos exposure in their past workplaces. Manufacturers of asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) often knew the dangers and risks it posed, but failed to inform companies or their employees. People who developed health issues from asbestos exposure may be eligible for financial compensation to cover expenses.

If you suffer from mesothelioma, asbestos-related lung cancer, or asbestosis, you may be eligible for a large amount of compensation. Currently, there is over $30 billion in asbestos trust funds, set up for those who have been diagnosed with an asbestos-related illness. Fill out our form to receive our free Financial Compensation Packet. Our packet is loaded with information on leading mesothelioma attorneys in your area, how to file a claim for asbestos trust funds, how to get paid in 90 days, and more.

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Why You Need a Mesothelioma Law Firm

Law firms specializing in mesothelioma focus on victims of asbestos exposure who have developed cancer and other asbestos-related diseases. It is important to choose law firms with the relevant experience for your asbestos case.

A general personal injury lawyer may be good at what they do, but asbestos lawsuits are different. To go up against companies that exposed workers to asbestos requires specialized knowledge and relevant experience. Only choose a team that specifically takes on asbestos and mesothelioma cases.

Attorneys at asbestos law firms know how and where industries and specific companies used asbestos and how they exposed workers. They also have the investigative skills and experience to uncover incriminating information about past asbestos exposure. You need this guidance and advice from the right law firm to have the best chance of a successful claim or lawsuit.

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Dale R.“When dad was diagnosed with mesothelioma, our world was turned upside down. Not knowing what to do next, I researched and interviewed many firms. Some firms were nothing more than marketers. Others offered up call screeners to take my name and number. And then there was Mesothelioma Lawyer Center. It was with them that I found peace, knowledge and professionalism. They have done everything they said they would do and then some. Contacting Mesothelioma Lawyer Center was the best decision I could have made for my family.”

~ Dale R.

How Can a Mesothelioma Law Firm Help Me?

The legal process can be confusing. This is especially true for victims of asbestos exposure who are battling a deadly illness while trying to sort through a lot of new information. The right law firm will guide you and help you better understand your options. They can provide answers to important questions like these:

  • How Can I Prove My Workplace Contained Asbestos? Experienced asbestos lawyers investigate and determine how and when your past employers used asbestos.
  • Do I Have a Valid Asbestos Claim? A law firm will review your case and tell you how strong it is. They can estimate your chances of success in a settlement or lawsuit. They will not take your case unless they feel confident about winning.
  • How Much Compensation Can I Get? A law firm taking on your case will estimate how much you may get for compensation. This is based on past expenses, daily expenses, medical bills, lost wages, emotional trauma, physical suffering, and future expenses. This is not a guaranteed amount.
  • Who is Responsible for My Illness? Companies can move, go out of business, or change ownership. This makes it hard to figure out who is responsible. The law firm’s job is to research, and determine responsible parties liable for your exposure to asbestos.

How to Choose the Best Asbestos Law Firm

Choose a law firm that specializes in asbestos cases. Personal injury law firms may advertise taking on asbestos cases but in reality take on all kinds of cases. Also consider these factors:

  • The law firm should be able to prove it has experience working on mesothelioma cases.
  • The law firm must be extremely knowledgeable in asbestos laws and asbestos diseases.
  • Look for law firms with a reputation for professionalism and compassion for sick clients.
  • The law firm should always keep you updated on details of your case.
  • A reputable firm will give you an initial consultation at no charge.
  • Never go with a law firm that promises you a certain outcome.

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Working with an Asbestos Law Firm

There are things you can do to make legal actions go as smoothly as possible. Make sure your lawyers have what they need to help you:

  • Provide your lawyers with all related medical records.
  • Be prepared to provide your work history and information, including the full company names, addresses, phone numbers, your job roles, and how long and when you worked at each job.
  • Finally, keep track of all expenses related to your illness. This includes copies of medical bills, mileage used to get to appointments, medical supplies, and even mental health care related to being sick.

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Paying for Asbestos Lawyers

A law firm working with mesothelioma clients knows that patients cannot usually afford up-front fees for legal representation. Many firms work on what’s known as a contingency fee basis. This means they only get paid when you get paid, taking a percentage of the damages you recover. The percentage varies by law firm, so make sure you agree on a percentage before hiring a lawyer.

If a law firm doesn’t provide a contingency fee option for payment, it means they don’t have the financial resources to present and prove your case. Select a firm that has the financial capability to take on your case on a contingency fee basis.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to go to court?

Because of your illness it may be very uncomfortable to sit in a courtroom for extended periods of time. Know that most mesothelioma lawsuits are settled out of court.

But if both sides fail to reach an agreement on a settlement, you may have to endure a trial. An experienced law firm will help you through each step, and if you are too ill to attend, make arrangements for you to record testimony.

What if I don’t know which company exposed me to asbestos?

Asbestos law firms have experience finding information about companies responsible for exposure. Manufacturers of asbestos materials provided to job sites are usually the companies held responsible, and there may be more than one involved.

I have workers’ compensation benefits. Can a law firm still help me if I have other compensation benefits?

Other benefits, such as workers’ compensation or VA benefits, do not disqualify you from recovering damages from the companies who exposed you to asbestos. It may, however, change how much you are entitled to recover.

Where Can I Get Help Finding an Experienced Asbestos Law Firm?

Simply fill out our form to get your free Financial Compensation Packet, with information on top asbestos and mesothelioma lawyers in your area. For additional assistance, contact us at 800-793-4540. 

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  • File for your share of $30 billion in trust funds
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