Filing a mesothelioma claim can help compensate victims of asbestos exposure. Medical bills, medical treatments, lost wages, and pain and suffering are just a few of the expenses that may be considered in awarding compensation for asbestos exposure. Even if your loved one has passed, you may still be eligible to file a claim on his/her behalf – but, your time is limited.

How Quickly Could I Begin Receiving Money?

Mesothelioma cases can often be fast tracked to get those affected the money they need right away. In some cases we are able to get you money from asbestos trusts within a few short months. To find out if you qualify to have your case fast tracked, fill out the form to your right or call us today. We work fast to get you and your family the money you need as quickly as possible.

Is There a Time Limit for Filing a Mesothelioma Claim?

Each state has certain laws called statutes of limitation which dictate when you can file a claim. Only an experienced mesothelioma and asbestos lung cancer attorney can evaluate your claim and help determine how much time you have to file. Billions of dollars have already been awarded to mesothelioma and asbestos victims; do not wait to file your claim.

Can I Still File a Claim if My Loved One Has Passed?

Yes. Family members may also qualify for compensation. Even if a loved one has already passed due to mesothelioma or asbestos lung cancer, a spouse, child or representative may still be entitled to benefits from the asbestos trust funds and other solvent companies. However, state statutes of limitations still apply, so your time to file a claim is limited. Call now or fill out the form to your right to get started today.

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