Your Asbestos Lawsuit
The asbestos lawyers at Weitz & Luxenberg PC have been pursuing asbestos cases since 1986. They have done the research for thousands of clients in order to help them find out where they were exposed to asbestos and who deserves to be brought to justice for knowingly causing exposure.
Question 1: Were you diagnosed with mesothelioma, or, perhaps a member of your family?
Virtually all cases of mesothelioma are a result of exposure to asbestos, so if you have been diagnosed, you may have a case.
Question 2: Do you know how you were exposed to asbestos?
When filing a mesothelioma claim, it is important to try and recall how you were exposed to asbestos. If you were exposed on the job, note your occupation and what parts of your job required you to work with asbestos. If you were exposed at home, try and determine if you were exposed through the clothes of a family member, for example, or if your house or workplace had asbestos in the air.
Question 3: Do you know where you were exposed to asbestos?
If you were exposed to asbestos while on the job, the manufacturers of the asbestos you worked with will be held responsible for your injuries. Because of this, it is important that you recall, as specifically as possible, all job sites where you had asbestos exposure. From your list of job sites, Weitz & Luxenberg PC can determine which asbestos manufacturers were responsible for supplying the asbestos materials that made you sick. Any information or documentation you can provide relating to the history of your exposure would be valuable evidence for your claim.