A mesothelioma lawsuit is the only way to fight back against the companies that exposed you to asbestos and caused your mesothelioma cancer.
We wish that filing a lawsuit could cure your cancer and eliminate any asbestos exposure you ever had. However, we also realize that seeking financial assistance, such as through a lawsuit, may seem inappropriate when you are dealing with matters of life and death. But a lawsuit is really the only way to fight back and tell the asbestos companies that what they did was wrong. A lawsuit is also the only way to help keep this same tragedy from happening to others.
The proceeds from a lawsuit can help pay for expensive medical bills and even help you to afford costly new (or even experimental) treatments. The money collected from a successful lawsuit is also a way to provide long-term financial security for you and your family, and can allow you to focus entirely on battling your cancer and have peace of mind for your family’s future. Or, if you prefer, you could even donate this money to a mesothelioma or cancer organization to help fund treatment research.
Your lawsuit can also have an impact on everyone affected by asbestos exposure. By taking a stand against the companies responsible for this horrible cancer, you are setting a precedent for other people who may suffer from mesothelioma in the future. In addition, your mesothelioma cancer lawsuit can help with the collective effort to ban the use of asbestos in the U.S. (It may be hard to believe, but asbestos use is still not banned in the U.S. Read more here.)
Keep in mind that even if your friend or family member has already passed away from mesothelioma cancer, you may still be able to file a lawsuit. Please contact us here or call us at 855-280-7664 for more information about filing a lawsuit for a deceased family member or friend. Since the time limit to file a lawsuit is different in every state (and even different when it comes to a living or deceased family member), it’s imperative that you contact a lawyer immediately to see what your options are for mesothelioma litigation.
We know that money will never make up for your loss, but a lawsuit does send an important message to the asbestos industry that what it is doing is wrong.