Simmons Hanly Conroy LLC has represented thousands of clients throughout the country and recovered over $5 billion in verdicts and settlements from mesothelioma cases and other areas of litigation on their behalf.
We work hard for our clients and are diligently focused on getting them results. Founded in 1999, the firm quickly developed a reputation in cases of toxic exposure to asbestos after securing a $250 million verdict on behalf of our client, the largest single verdict in the history of the litigation.
Today, the firm files mesothelioma cases and other types of cases originating from all corners of the United States and is among the largest asbestos law firms in the country.
Our experience litigating on behalf of individuals, families and businesses spans multiple areas of the law, including asbestos & mesothelioma litigation, pharmaceutical litigation, personal injury, environmental litigation, consumer protection actions, commercial litigation and intellectual property infringement.
We have litigated against some of the largest corporations in America and have recovered over $260 million for our pharmaceutical clients alone. Our Complex Litigation team has secured millions on behalf of consumers, entrepreneurs and businesses. With our experienced attorneys and dedicated staff of over 200 on their side, our clients rest easy knowing tremendous knowledge, combined with significant resources and commitment, are hard at work to obtain a positive outcome.
This level of legal experience is critical to ensure our clients receive the results and compensation they deserve. Learn more about our verdicts and settlements in specific practice areas, such as our mesothelioma cases, by exploring the links below.
Verdicts & Settlements
If you believe we can help you in the above litigation areas, contact us for a free legal consultation. Someone is available to provide additional information regarding mesothelioma cases and other areas of litigation.
Jim was proud of his service to his country and the time he spent in the U.S. Navy. But like many proud Americans, he always felt he should have been warned about the dangers of asbestos.