Maryland Mesothelioma Lawyer

Manufacturing, power plants, and shipyards have played a vital role in Maryland’s economy. Thousands of workers in these fields have developed devastating illnesses such as mesothelioma from asbestos exposure because companies actively concealed what they knew about the substance’s dangers. If you or your family member has contracted an asbestos-related illness, a Maryland mesothelioma lawyer at the Lanier Law Firm can help you pursue compensation.

Legally Reviewed By: Jonathan Armour
Attorney | Mesothelioma & Asbestos

Jonathan Armour

Legally Reviewed By: Jonathan Armour

Every year in Maryland, an average of 271 people die of asbestos-related illnesses, including mesothelioma, lung cancer, and asbestosis. These illnesses could have been prevented if the companies that mined, processed, and used asbestos had been transparent about its dangers.

The largest asbestos companies became aware of its dangers as early as the 1930s. Instead of informing the public or taking measures to protect workers, the companies colluded to conceal the information in a blatant prioritization of profits over people.

If you or your loved one has been diagnosed with an asbestos-related illness, a Maryland mesothelioma lawyer at the Lanier Law Firm can help you hold these companies accountable.

Why Should You Choose a Maryland Mesothelioma Attorney at the Lanier Law Firm?

When you have developed an asbestos-related illness, you need a law firm with experience handling mesothelioma cases. Our nationally recognized mesothelioma lawyers have over 250 years of combined experience helping individuals recover billions in compensation from the large corporations that wrongfully exposed them to asbestos without their knowledge or consent.

We are one of the most experienced and successful mesothelioma law firms in the world, with more than $20 billion in settlements and verdicts on behalf of our clients, including the following:

  • $4.5 million for a man exposed to asbestos through joint compound
  • $3.7 million for an 82-year-old man exposed to asbestos in the Navy
  • $2 million settlement for a former shipyard worker who contracted pleural mesothelioma