Find the Best Mesothelioma Lawyer

Over $2 Billion Recovered

Our job is to find you the best Mesothelioma Lawyer based on your location, work history, and asbestos exposure. We will review our database to determine which law firm will maximize your financial recovery based on your case and the firm’s past settlements and successes dealing with similar cases. Using this method we have recovered over $2 billion for our clients.

Maximizing Your Financial Recovery

All firms are not equal. Some are better than others but it is difficult to know who is the best for YOUR particular case. For example, law firm A may recover $3 million for a pipefitter in Ohio while law firm B would recover only $500,000. However, that same law firm B may do much better for another type of case. For example, law firm B may recover $4,500,000 for a navy veteran exposed to asbestos in California while law firm A would only recover $1,545,000.

Unless you have been able to analyze thousands of cases handled by multiple law firms you will not know how various mesothelioma lawyers have done in the past in different areas for different asbestos exposures. Without the data you cannot determine who would be better able to handle your particular case. That is where we come in. We have the data and experience to determine which law firm will maximize your financial recovery.

We Give You Options

For 17 years we have been working with mesothelioma attorneys across the country. We know which firm gets the best settlements and verdicts in a particular case. Let us share this knowledge with you.

We will present to you 3 different law firms, the pros and cons of each firm and our recommendation for which mesothelioma lawyers will recover the highest compensation for you and your family. YOU THEN DECIDE based on facts whom you feel comfortable with. There is no cost or obligation for these recommendations.

Why is it So Important to Find a Top Mesothelioma Lawyer?

If this is the first time that you have needed to hire an attorney, you need to know that asbestos and mesothelioma cases should not be handled by just anyone with a law practice. Mesothelioma attorneys specialize in a narrow niche of personal injury law, with a focus on asbestos-related lawsuits.

Review of Our Services

Marilyn & Family“There aren’t enough words to describe how much our family appreciates everything you have done for us since we met 4 years ago. I feel a very special bond between us that will continue for a very long time.”

~ Marilyn & Family


What Are the Key Points to Look for in a Leading Mesothelioma Lawyer?

  • Knowledgeable in all aspects of state and federal asbestos laws
  • Extensive knowledge of all asbestos-related diseases, such as malignant mesothelioma and asbestosis
  • Training on how to handle families with lost loved ones and/or victims going through emotional trauma
  • Proper investigative skills in order to research prior company records, and if applicable, previous lawsuits against the defendant
  • A professional law firm typically offers a no-obligation consultation in order to determine if they can successfully handle your case

Additional Tips:

Get Client References: If you want to find out how well mesothelioma lawyers handle their cases, ask for testimonials from some of their clients.

Get a Consultation: Once you have a short list of attorneys that fit the needs of your asbestos lawsuit, begin contacting them and ask for a pre-screening. The initial contact can be made on the Internet via the attorneys’ websites or by phone.

Once I Find a Lawyer, What Are My Legal Options?

Asbestos Trust Funds

Asbestos trust funds continue to grow as more and more companies associated with asbestos can’t keep up with the ongoing lawsuits against them. You don’t necessarily have to be an a former employee of the company to be compensated via an asbestos trust fund. It could be that the company supplied asbestos to another business, and because of this, the company with the trust fund is liable for any asbestos injuries that happened at the business that they supplied asbestos to. Learn more

Johns Manville created the first asbestos trust fund in 1988. [Photo by Wikipedia/Public Domain]


Most mesothelioma lawsuits result in a settlement. A settlement occurs when you  settle the case out of court after the defendant offers a compensation amount that you agree with. Most defendants, when presented with the proof, are more likely to settle rather than go through a lengthy and financially exhausting trial. Learn more

Signing settlement papers

Veterans Benefits

Military veterans who developed mesothelioma or any other asbestos-related illness during their time in service are eligible to apply for VA healthcare and VA disability benefits. If you can prove your illness is connected to your time in the military, it’s extremely like that you’ll get approved for VA benefits. Learn more

soldiers saluting

Common Legal Misconceptions

After you or a loved one have been diagnosed with mesothelioma or any other asbestos illness, you’ll likely run across myths online or hear them through word-of-mouth. These untrue statements can be dangerous, and can even end up costing someone their life.

I Was Exposed in the Military and Can’t Sue the Government

Another myth that’s actually prevented veterans from filing an asbestos lawsuit is that you cannot sue the government. While that is true, it’s not the government that will be held liable for your asbestos exposure. Instead, it’s the manufacturers that supplied asbestos products to the government that veterans can file against.

I Can’t Afford a Lawyer

The majority of mesothelioma lawyers don’t charge you anything up-front. They only get paid when you win, which is known as a contingency-based payment plan.

If I Don’t Know Where I Was Exposed, I Don’t Have a Case

There have been many cases in which people have won their lawsuits after an attorney uncovered where the asbestos exposure occurred, and it wasn’t always in the workplace.

Do I Have Time to Wait Before Filing My Claim?

Sadly, mesothelioma is an extremely aggressive disease with no cure. An average life expectancy after diagnosis is somewhere around 18 months. This isn’t always true, as some people are still living quality lives even 5-10 years after diagnosis.

It’s also important to keep your state’s statute of limitations in mind. Statute of limitations vary from state to state.

What If My Case Goes to Trial?

Although going to trial is not exactly an ideal way to spend your days, it becomes necessary if you can’t agree on a settlement amount, if the defendant refuses to settle, or if you don’t qualify for trust funds or VA benefits. On a positive note, trials tend to pay out more than settlements. Learn more

Will My Employer Get Sued?

Your lawyer usually will not file a lawsuit against your employer. Instead a lawsuit would be filed against the companies that manufactured asbestos products. Going as far back as the 1930’s, asbestos companies knew that their products caused many health issues, but opted to put profits over people, and hid their information.

Why Is It Important to Hold Asbestos Companies Accountable?

John Mansville memo

The most common way people are exposed to asbestos is through work. For years upon years, manufacturer kept supplying asbestos to companies, even though they were aware of the dangers it could cause. Many companies that received asbestos products also knew of the dangers, but due to greed, chose to hide the toxic nature of asbestos and continued to allow workers to be exposed daily. While most workers had no idea they were giving their lives up while working because it was a well-hidden secret by numerous businesses. Learn more

Will My Lawyer Make Me Attend Hearings?

Asbestos lawyers understand that their clients are likely not feeling well. Mesothelioma is a taxing illness, so it’s understandable that you may not be up to attending hearings. Whether you have to attend a hearing or a mediation will depend on the circumstances surrounding your case.

Can a Mesothelioma Attorney Help Me Get Disability Benefits?

Your lawyer can definitely help you get disability payments for your illness, including getting your application successfully submitted. In addition, your attorney will work closely with your physician to ensure that all medical records show definite proof of your illness.

Will I Get Updated on the Progress of My Case?

Once you’ve found your lawyer, you should never feel hesitant about contacting them, should you have a question or need assistance, and a good attorney should always keep you updated on how your case is going.

How Do I Start Getting Legal Help Today?

Get our free Financial Compensation Packet for info on the top mesothelioma and asbestos lawyers in your area. For additional assistance, contact us toll-free at 800-793-4540. ong with our packet, an experienced asbestos attorney will be able to assist and provide you with in-depth information regarding your federal and state rights.Along with our packet, an experienced asbestos attorney will be able to assist and provide you with in-depth information regarding your federal and state rights.Along with our packet, an experienced asbestos attorney will be able to assist and provide you with in-depth information regarding your federal and state rights.Along with our packet, an experienced asbestos attorney will be able to assist and provide you with in-depth information regarding your federal and state rights.Along with our packet, an experienced asbestos attorney will be able to assist and provide you with in-depth information regarding your federal and state rights.

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