A National Leader in Asbestos-Related Lung Cancer and Mesothelioma Cases
The verdict is in.
Simmons Hanly Conroy continues to secure significant results in asbestos litigation. During a 15-month span, from August 2017 to November 2018, our Asbestos Litigation Team won four asbestos verdicts totaling more than $135 million in New York and California courts. These results have secured consecutive rankings in the National Law Journal’s Top 100 Verdicts List.
A Proven Track Record of Results
Awarded to California Supervisor diagnosed with mesothelioma in Norris Morgan and Lori Morgan vs CBS Corporation, et al., Case No. BC695605 in Los Angeles Superior Court.
Awarded to Laborer diagnosed with mesothelioma in Pietro Macaluso v. A.O. Smith Corporation, et al., No. 15-190311. Macaluso is the largest, single plaintiff verdict in NYCAL history.
Awarded to Washington Navy Veteran in Walter Twidwell v. Aerco International Inc., et al No. 190136-2017. Twidwell is the largest, pure compensatory verdict in NYCAL history.
Awarded to Pennsylvania Welder in Thomas McGlynn v. Jenkins Bros., No. 16-190219. A December 2017 additur motion increased the original award and marked the first time in NYCAL history a jury’s award was judicially increased.
Partner with an Experienced Legal Team
Our attorneys represent more families impacted by mesothelioma and asbestos-related lung cancer, than any law firm in the United States.
We have filed asbestos cases in more than 40 state and federal courts. Led by shareholder Perry Browder, our asbestos group has extensive medical and historical knowledge of modes of exposure, exposure sites, asbestos-containing products, and the companies responsible.
If an asbestos-related injury or mesothelioma case comes into your office, we would welcome the opportunity to help.
"John Simmons is one of the most accomplished asbestos plaintiffs lawyers in the United States. Moreover, I have worked with him very closely and I know that he goes the extra mile to make sure his practice is conducted ethically and always in the best interest of his clients."