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When you or a family member is diagnosed with mesothelioma, everything changes. We understand that this is an incredibly difficult time for you and your family. While no amount of compensation can buy you a medical miracle, filing a mesothelioma lawsuit can help lift financial burdens so you can focus on what’s important.
The lawyers at Simmons Hanly Conroy represent victims of mesothelioma cancer throughout the United States, and have helped guide many Hawaii families through the process of filing a mesothelioma lawsuit.
If you are considering filing a mesothelioma lawsuit, we encourage you to call us to learn more. There is no cost to file a claim and contacting us with your questions is free.
We also know that traveling during this time could be difficult. Our mesothelioma lawyers will come to you in Hawaii.
Hawaii has a unique set of laws that could impact your ability to file a claim. For example, Hawaii has statute of limitation laws that restrict the time frame in which mesothelioma patients and family members can file a lawsuit.
Rest assured our mesothelioma lawyers are prepared to help you understand the process and guide you through the legal system. We have 40 attorneys in our mesothelioma practice who solely focus on helping people like you. Each attorney operates within a small legal team comprised of experienced legal staff. Team members include a senior attorney, several associate attorneys, paralegals, medical staff and investigators. This structure ensures you will receive personalized attention while your case works its way through this complex legal process.
If you’d like to talk to a mesothelioma lawyer about a potential case, we are available to meet with you in your home in Hawaii or in a location of your choosing.Get Your Free Consultation
Our previous experience representing mesothelioma victims in Hawaii is important because it means we are familiar with Hawaii job sites where asbestos exposure occurred.
Asbestos is a deadly mineral that has been used in thousands of products in multiple industries including manufacturing, steel working, shipbuilding and more. When asbestos fibers are inhaled or ingested they increase a person’s risk of contracting an asbestos-related disease like mesothelioma.
Of all job sites on the Hawaiian Islands, Pearl Harbor is the one that has exposed the most people to asbestos. This site on the island of O’ahu has been a U.S. Naval installation since the late 19th century. Over the years, thousands of Navy officers have worked on and around ships stationed at Pearl Harbor. These ships, like most others built before the 1980s, were constructed using large amounts of asbestos. When this insulation broke down over time, asbestos fibers were free to float in the air and were inhaled by officers working below deck.
Our experienced attorneys have helped our past clients, including Navy veterans, identify their asbestos exposures and they are ready to help you and your family as well.
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Asbestos Litigation, Your Guide to the Legal Process.
Filing a mesothelioma lawsuit can help you cover medical expenses and secure your family’s future well-being for years to come. Our mesothelioma lawyers will make the process as easy as possible for you and guide you through the legal system. Learn more about what to expect when filing a mesothelioma lawsuit by downloading our free introductory guide.
Every person diagnosed with mesothelioma or another asbestos-related disease has a unique story. Here at Simmons Hanly Conroy, we believe there is power in sharing those stories.
As you learn about our clients’ stories, please understand that recovery results vary. No two stories are exactly alike and the mesothelioma recovery reflects the unique parts of each person’s story.Read More
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