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.
Family members who have lost loved ones may have the option to receive mesothelioma compensation by filing a lawsuit. Doing so can help hold the people who knowingly accused your loved one’s asbestos-related illness accountable. Companies knew of the dangers of asbestos, but used the cancer-causing material anyway.
Our mesothelioma lawyers and paralegals have dedicated their careers to helping people like you – people who have lost a loved one to mesothelioma or other asbestos-related disease. They are available to listen to your situation and help you decide if filing a mesothelioma lawsuit after death is a good option for you and your family.
The Asbestos Corporate Cover Up
There is a long history of evidence demonstrating the corporate knowledge about the dangers of asbestos and what companies could have done to prevent people from being exposed. Instead, asbestos corporate leaders placed profits over people and then poisoned a generation of workers and devastated their families.
Browse the links below to learn more about asbestos’s connection to mesothelioma.
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.
The Deadline to File
There are deadlines associated with filing a mesothelioma lawsuit after someone passes away. These deadlines are called ‘statute of limitations’ and are established by state law. The time allowed to file a mesothelioma lawsuit varies by state, but on average it can be anywhere from 1 to 3 years after a person’s death.
Because of this, we urge you to Contact Us as soon as possible. Our paralegals and lawyers are available to answer questions you may have about filing a mesothelioma lawsuit, including questions about the statute of limitations in your state.
Mesothelioma Information by State
With 40 mesothelioma attorneys throughout the United States, Simmons Hanly Conroy has experience litigating mesothelioma lawsuits in jurisdictions around the country. We have represented thousands of clients nationwide and collected over $5 billion in mesothelioma compensation on their behalf.
Choose your state from the drop down below to learn more about our firm’s state-specific results, state-specific worksites where asbestos exposure occurred, client stories by state and more.
Learn More About Filing A Mesothelioma Lawsuit
Download our guide:
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.