by Roger Chartier:
Perhaps you or somebody that you know has suffered from an asbestos related illness.
Seek an attorney and file a lawsuit.
A plaintiff can also be loved ones or family members. Damages for families can include funeral costs and medical bills and possibly lost support. Who do you sue? Often people who are sued are landlords, landlords leasing agents, manufacturers, installers, or anyone responsible for the illness. You seek to recover financial damages due to you as a result of the illness. There is a broad range of damages such as lost wages, medical bills and in certain cases there are punitive damages. For more information about mesothelioma as a disease look to the National Cancer Institute.
Check with your lawyer to learn if your state will allow damages if there is good reason that you may suffer related diseases in the future. The best thing to do if you have a question or feel that you may have a legitimate claim is to consult with a Mesothelioma Attorney.
Can usually have a good idea if a case will pay off and often be able to settle before a court hears the case because they have the facts and experience from legal precedent.
They can present the provable facts etc. to the defendant. If the defendant accepts accountability, they may settle for a better deal than if they went to court. The defendant can also save a lot of money by spending less in legal costs.