If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with mesothelioma in California, you may be entitled to compensation.
Call us today at 1-800-259-9249. There is over $18 billion that has been set aside in trust funds to compensate mesothelioma victims. With offices in California and eight other states, we are the largest law firm in the country that exclusively represents mesothelioma victims and their families. There is no obligation.
Asbestos exposure is the only known cause of mesothelioma and the companies responsible for exposing you to asbestos owe you compensation for you injuries. Mesothelioma compensation is tax-free and will not affect any other benefits that you receive.
Trust funds have been established by many companies to pay mesothelioma victims. These claims don’t require filing a law suit or going to court. However, if this compensation is not claimed, the money will be retained by the companies responsible for exposing you.
Every individual has unique reasons for deciding to seek compensation. Many need assistance with medical bills and expenses, others want to ensure that their loved ones will be taken of. Some choose to donate their money to a worthy charity or their church. Compensation received is yours to do with as you choose.
Every case is unique, making it challenging to estimate the value of each claim until an experienced California investigator has discussed your case with you and examined your exposure history. If you are unsure how you were exposed to asbestos our team of experienced investigators will help to trace your exposure.
Very few law firms have devoted their full resources to mesothelioma cases. If you have been diagnosed with mesothelioma and would like to speak with our California team that exclusively handles mesothelioma claims, CLICK HERE.
There is NO COST to you to speak with one of our mesothelioma attorneys. We will only be paid if we recover compensation for you. We understand the challenges that our clients face with a mesothelioma diagnosis and we will come to you to meet at your home or other convenient location.
It is important to speak with an attorney as soon as possible – if you wait too long, your claims may be barred. If a family member has passed away because of mesothelioma, the family may still be able to receive compensation.