Mesothelioma Lawsuits

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When you have mesothelioma, you are suddenly faced with the most important battle of your life. While you’re trying to focus on your health, you may be confused and angry, knowing that the asbestos exposure that caused your mesothelioma was probably preventable.

Mesothelioma Diagnosis MethodsFiling mesothelioma lawsuits and working with a mesothelioma lawyer may be your best opportunity to identify the asbestos company responsible for your injuries and to hold them accountable. Compensation from a mesothelioma lawsuit can go a long way toward paying for your medical care and providing for you and your family at a time. Don’t delay – your right to file a claim may be subject to a statute of limitations, the period of time you have until it is “too late” to file an asbestos or mesothelioma lawsuit.

Mesothelioma Lawsuits: Finding a Lawyer

Mesothelioma LawyerOnce you’ve been diagnosed with mesothelioma, the first step in pursuing a mesothelioma lawsuit is to find an experienced mesothelioma lawyer at a law firm with a solid record of winning settlements for their clients, such as Sokolove Law, and call for a consultation as soon as possible.

Mesothelioma Lawsuits: Next Steps

At your first appointment, your mesothelioma lawyer will gather the necessary information and ask you to sign documents to open your case. Be prepared to tell your lawyer:

  • Your occupation and work history, including dates and places of employment
  • Names of your coworkers and their contact information
  • Any asbestos products you used or came in contact with on your job

You will also be asked to sign releases giving your attorney access to medical, employment, and Social Security records related to your case. When your documents are in order, your lawyer will file a formal complaint with the court on your behalf.

Mesothelioma Lawsuit Settlements

Mesothelioma SettlementsMany mesothelioma lawsuits are settled out of court. If your mesothelioma lawsuit does go to trial, your lawyer will represent you in court. Most mesothelioma lawyers work on a contingency basis, so you will pay nothing unless and until you win a settlement.