Obstacles Associated with Asbestos Exposure Cases
Mesothelioma and other cancers associated with asbestos exposure are not typically detected immediately after exposure. Symptoms associated with these types of cancers could take over twenty years to appear. This could mean that the companies that asbestos victims worked for may have gone out of business, started making different products, moved, or changed names in the time since the employee has worked there. It is often the case that the asbestos company has filed for bankruptcy, which can be a concern for those who are filing an asbestos claim.
This is where the asbestos attorney is most beneficial to your claim. The attorney will conduct extensive research in order to determine who was negligent by exposing you to asbestos. Often, the asbestos attorney will use lists of previous cases and reports that they have compiled in order to help determine who your case will be against.
Your South Carolina mesothelioma attorney will also be responsible for getting a thorough evaluation of your medical records in order to substantiate your claim. Prior to representing you in your asbestos exposure case, the attorney will be sure that your claim is worth pursuing.
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What does this mean? This means that you will not be charged for any expenses relating to your case. The compensation that Shelly Leeke Law Firm would receive for representing you would be based on a percentage of the settlement that you are awarded for your case. Attorney Leeke has years of experience as a personal injury lawyer and will work hard to get you the compensation that you deserve for your asbestos exposure case.
To set up a free consultation appointment with Shelly Leeke Law Firm, call 1-888-690-0211 today! If you are unable to meet at one of our office locations, the attorney can meet you at a location that is most convenient for you.