Filing a Union Mesothelioma Lawsuit
This year, thousands of Americans will be diagnosed with mesothelioma, a rare and aggressive cancer caused by exposure to asbestos. As union workers, you and your family have a higher risk of exposure.
The sad truth is companies knew about the dangers of asbestos exposure, but remained silent. Now, after a latency period of 10 to 50 years, union workers are developing mesothelioma and other asbestos-related diseases. Similarly, their family members are falling ill due to asbestos exposures that occurred when workers brought the dust home on their clothes and skin.
American workers have been led to believe that asbestos is no longer a threat and that, if you become sick, you have no medical or legal options. That’s simply not true. Help is available. The lawyers at Simmons Hanly Conroy represent hundreds of union members and their families throughout the United States.
Simmons Hanly Conroy Helps Union Tradesmen with Mesothelioma
Our mesothelioma attorneys have represented hundreds of skilled union tradesmen, including fire fighters, throughout the country. Our lawyers and staff have a proven track record of helping families affected by asbestos.
We work with leading medical experts throughout the country. The firm has an A rating with the BBB and has been peer reviewed by other lawyers and given the highest possible rating.
Simmons Hanly Conroy, headquartered in Alton, Illinois, has a nationwide practice with law offices in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco and St. Louis.
A Friend to Labor
Simmons Hanly Conroy is a proud member of the St. Louis Labor Council and throughout its existence has regularly supported charitable and political causes that are friendly to organized labor.
$25,000 FOR $5 FOR THE FIGHT
A commitment made last year by the Simmons Hanly Conroy law firm as a challenge grant to raise matching funds from union members, was fulfilled recently with the presentation of a $25,000 check to the Fight Fund to help union families facing financial difficulties because of the lack of work. A total of $75,000 has come from the Simmons firm matching reader contributions. Presenting the check is Simmons Attorney Chris Guinn (at right). Accepting the check (from left) are St. Louis Labor Council President Pat White and United Way Labor Liaisons Amy Phillips and Roz Sherman-Voellinger. (Credit: St. Louis Labor Tribune, Aug. 24, 2015)
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