Mesothelioma Claims

People who face a mesothelioma diagnosis are entitled to recover compensation from those who negligently or knowingly exposed them to asbestos, the primary cause of mesothelioma. The Lanier Law Firm helps those diagnosed with mesothelioma and other asbestos-related illnesses file claims for mesothelioma compensation.

A mesothelioma claim, sometimes referred to as an asbestos claim, is an avenue for recovering compensation for asbestos-related injuries, including mesothelioma, lung cancer and asbestosis.

Successful mesothelioma claims that result in compensation accomplish the following:

  • Provides patients with access to high-quality medical care
  • Provides financial security to mesothelioma patients and their families
  • Holds asbestos companies accountable
  • Motivates companies to produce safe products and avoid exposing workers to dangerous products

The type of claim you file will determine your total compensation, and it is difficult to provide an accurate estimate of the value of a mesothelioma claim. However, it’s not unheard of for a plaintiff to recover $1 million or more.

In addition to personal injury and wrongful death claims, plaintiffs can file other types of mesothelioma claims for compensation.

Types of Mesothelioma Claims

For years, the asbestos industry allowed the toxic mineral to be used on a wide scale with no safety precautions or warnings. As one of the most experienced asbestos law firms in the world, The Lanier Law Firm has been holding asbestos companies accountable for over 25 years. Our clients have recovered millions of dollars in compensation by filing multiple types of asbestos claims.

“People who are exposed to asbestos are exposed in different ways. Every case is different. We approach every case based on the circumstances of that person’s exposure. Depending on the circumstances, there could be claims against companies that are solvent, and we pursue them in the tort system. And sometimes, there are exposures involving bankrupt defendants, and there are bankruptcy trusts out there that are intended to compensate people who are exposed to their products.” – Darron Berquist