Going to court, or settling out of court, for an asbestos lawsuit can take any amount of time, depending on the specific details of the case. In many situations, you won’t be able to tell how long your case will take until you know whether or not the other side is willing to settle, or if you will have to go to trial.→ Read More
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My employer claims that compensation for the asbestos exposure I suffered will be taken care of if I just sign a waiver. Should I do this?
Find out why you should never sign a waiver of liability if you are offered a settlement to pay for your asbestos related injuries.→ Read More
I have been exposed to asbestos and am not sick, but fear that I will eventually become ill as a result. Do I have a case?
If you have been exposed to asbestos, but are not currently suffering from any asbestos related illness, your best plan is to document any asbestos exposure that you suspect you have had and be keenly aware of any symptoms that you develop.→ Read More
The question of who is ultimately liable for asbestos-related injuries in a multiple-exposure/multiple-employer scenario is a complicated one. The law of the state where the case is filed usually dictates the answer. Even in the simplest of scenarios, asbestos litigation can be exceedingly complex due to the sheer number of parties normally involved.→ Read More