Caring for a Loved One with Mesothelioma

Navigating a mesothelioma diagnosis can be a complex, overwhelming task. Caregivers have one of the most important and challenging jobs. In addition to managing your own well-being, you may find yourself responsible for daily tasks such as administering medications, handling financial affairs, organizing appointments and dealing with medical and legal professionals. The lawyers at our firm are committed to helping families and caregivers affected by mesothelioma and asbestos-related diseases.

Learn more about filing a mesothelioma lawsuit

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Filing a mesothelioma lawsuit can help you cover medical expenses and ensure the family's well-being for years to come. Learn more about the litigation process by downloading our mesothelioma lawsuit guide. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact one of our experienced mesothelioma lawyers.

Mesothelioma Care

As a mesothelioma caregiver, you may find yourselves helping with a variety of emotional, physical and financial tasks. These include, but are not limited to:

  • Finding treatment facilities and providing transportation to them
  • Administering medicine regimens
  • Organizing and planning financial obligations
  • Helping with household chores, such as cooking and cleaning

Watch this video to see what one of our clients has to say about caring for a loved one with mesothelioma.

Mesothelioma Information by State

The mesothelioma lawyers at our firm regularly work with patients, families and caregivers across the United States. If your loved one has mesothelioma, our attorneys will travel to you, no matter your location.

Choose your location from the drop down below to learn more about mesothelioma laws in your state.

“After we decided to file a lawsuit, it put me in a position to better fight mesothelioma. The Simmons firm is my family, and I couldn’t have done it without them. When I needed them, they were there. When I need them even now, they’re still there.”