Securing Justice in Memory of Those Who've Passed
If you have lost someone from mesothelioma, we understand the challenges facing you may seem insurmountable. Grief is a complicated process, and there are often no words to adequately describe the feelings or situations you are experiencing. You may have a legal right to seek justice for your loss.
Free Mesothelioma Information Packet
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Asbestos Litigation, Your Guide to the Legal Process.
This complimentary resource for families of mesothelioma victims includes information about filing a mesothelioma lawsuit after death and includes your free copy of On Grief & Grieving by Elisabeth KÜbler-Ross, M.D. and David Kessler.
Filing a Mesothelioma Lawsuit After Death
Our mesothelioma lawyers have cumulative centuries of experience helping families impacted by mesothelioma. Thousands of families whose loved ones have passed away from mesothelioma have been able to receive compensation with help from their legal team at Simmons Hanly Conroy.
Why File a Lawsuit?
No recovery, no fee.
Our mesothelioma lawyers represent clients on a contingency basis. This means we will only collect a fee if and when you collect a settlement or verdict.
A mesothelioma settlement can ensure the well-being of your family.
Nothing can ease the pain of losing someone to mesothelioma. Obtaining fair compensation from those responsible for your loss, however, can help ease financial burdens your family faces during this difficult time.
Our mesothelioma lawyers represent clients nationwide.
Our attorneys are licensed in multiple states and have experience helping families nationwide secure justice in memory of their loved ones.
We come to you.
Although we cannot guarantee you will not have to travel when you file a mesothelioma lawsuit, in most instances it is unlikely you will need to leave the area where you live. Your legal team will travel to meet with you in a time and place of your choosing.
You deserve to hold accountable those who are responsible.
Companies knew asbestos was dangerous, but used it anyway. You deserve to have your voice heard in the American legal system and hold those responsible for your pain accountable.