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If you have recently lost a loved one to mesothelioma, we understand you may be facing a difficult time coping with grief while juggling challenges such as taking care of your family, or paying for medical bills. As a surviving family member of a mesothelioma victim, you may have the right to recover compensation to help you during this difficult time by filing a mesothelioma claim after their death.
Our mesothelioma lawyers have dedicated their careers to people who have unfairly lost a loved one to an asbestos-related disease. They are available to explain your rights in further detail and how they vary from state to state. Our lawyers are also available to review your specific situation and help you decide if filing a mesothelioma wrongful death lawsuit is the best option for you and your family.
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While no amount of compensation can buy you a medical miracle, a lawsuit can help you afford the mesothelioma treatments you need and help eliminate the worry that medical costs are draining your family budget.
Filing a wrongful death lawsuit can be a legal challenge because the mesothelioma victim is not available to provide all the first-hand information about their workplace or asbestos exposure. This makes it very important to hire an attorney who has previous experience litigating mesothelioma wrongful death lawsuits.
Simmons Hanly Conroy asbestos attorneys have helped hundreds of families who have lost a loved one fill in the missing knowledge gaps. We are able to do this because we have decades of experience litigating these types of mesothelioma cases and a vast library of corporate documents detailing asbestos use at companies around the country.
A recent case our asbestos attorneys handled was for a family who hired the firm more than a year after their father passed away from mesothelioma. He spent the 1970s and 1980s working as a maintenance supervisor at a chemical plant. The family’s legal team uncovered company records and conducted co-worker interviews which linked his mesothelioma diagnosis to asbestos-containing pumps and pipes he maintained at the plant. As a result, the family’s legal team secured a significant settlement for the family a day before the case would have gone to trial.
We strongly encourage you to learn more about our mesothelioma and asbestos attorneys and consider how they might help you just as they’ve helped many families of mesothelioma victims before.