Mesothelioma cancer is on the rise which means that more and more claims and lawsuits are and will be filed against companies responsible for Mesothelioma exposure.
Many companies have set aside billions of dollars for compensation but that doesn’t mean you can simply contact them and receive your fair share.
Way back in 1992, before the explosion of asbestos exposure lawsuits and Mesothelioma lawsuits that now populate the Web – Anapol Schwartz was awarded $1.5 million on behalf of Georgetta O’Donnell, Executrix, of Estate of Dale O’Donnell, Deceased v. Armstrong Industries. In 1992, $1.5 million was the largest victory for asbestos at that time in the Delaware County Pennsylvania Court.
You need asbestos lawyer with experience and a track record to fight back on your behalf.
In 1992, mega million dollar asbestos corporations were not setting aside millions of dollars to compensate victims like they are today which verifies that against all odds Anapol Schwartz law firm knows how to fight back for what’s right on your behalf.
First you will need to contact your doctor then you need to contact a Mesothelioma lung cancer lawyer for a free consultation. You will be asked some simple questions about you or your loved one’s diagnosis, the date of diagnosis, and any available documentation.
Do not delay! State statute of limitations may run out which means you lose the opportunity to file and receive compensation.
Many asbestos lung cancer victims and their families hesitate because of they fear that they cannot afford a Mesothelioma lawsuit. The truth is that if Anapol Schwartz agrees to take your case, it won’t cost you any money. They take the case on a contingency basis which means if they don’t recover any compensation – they don’t get paid. Lawyers like to be paid for their services; they would not take your case unless they think everyone wins. The law firm takes a percentage of your compensation and you get the rest. Be sure to inquire what that percentage is.
After you agree to be retained and the law firm has agreed to retain your case, both of you file a contract and the case begins with thorough research and investigation of dates, facts, and details. The more information that you can provide, the better it is.