Many people think asbestos has been banned in the United States. Sadly, it has not. Mesothelioma is still diagnosed in people across the country every year and helping these victims is one of the main missions of the Firm.

We are proud to present one of our newest videos produced by Simmons Hanly Conroy featuring many of our attorneys and employees. The purpose of this video is to help people seeking legal help in areas of asbestos litigation, pharmaceutical litigation, commercial litigation, intellectual property litigation, environmental litigation and personal injury litigation. If you or someone you love is researching law firms for legal help, this video sums up what there is to know about Simmons Hanly Conroy.

The following are the five most important takeaways you can learn by watching our new video:

  1. Our ultimate goal is to make you comfortable. We have a genuine care and dedication towards the people we represent. From our receptionists to our attorneys, each and every person is compassionate. We are here for our clients in every practice area.
  2. The firm has recovered over $4 billion in verdicts and settlements for our clients. This includes hundreds of millions of dollars in recoveries for our pharmaceutical clients, tens of thousands of dollars for our small business intellectual property clients and millions of dollars in recovery for personal injury clients.
  3. We represent more mesothelioma victims on an annual basis than any other law firm in the country. Yet, we pride ourselves on the level of personal attention we provide through our trial team structure. Our clients can rest assured that with the Firm, they have an army standing behind them to help their case.
  4. We work on a contingency fee. If we don’t secure a settlement or verdict for you, we don’t receive any payment.
  5. It doesn’t matter where a client lives, we can travel anywhere in the country if needed. We have 62 attorneys located in offices throughout the United States, including St. Louis, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Chicago.

To see more, watch the video below: