I Have An Illness From Asbestos, Mesothelioma, Lung Cancer, Asbestosis. Do I Qualify for Compensation?

by Eric Alan Stamps on Jan. 31, 2022

Accident & Injury Mesothelioma Mass Torts Lawsuit & Dispute  Class Action 

Summary: What factors are used to determine if a person qualifies for compensation for an illness related to asbestos.

Asbestos/Mesothelioma-Do I Qualify for Compensation?

What is the average payout for mesothelioma? While each case varies, the average is greater than $1 million. Lesser payouts for Lung Cancer, Asbestosis, and other asbestos related illnesses, but compensation is available for multiple illnesses caused by asbestos. 

How long does it take to get a mesothelioma settlement? Usually, after gathering records regarding employment, exposure, and medical, payments begin within approximately 6 months.

Is there a statute of limitations on mesothelioma or asbestos cases? Yes. All cases have a limited amount of time to bring. Don’t delay, contact us today. 

How Are Mesothelioma and Asbestos Illness Settlement Amounts Determined? Some factors include exposure, funds available, claims presented. There are many Trust Funds set up and choosing the right firm will be the difference in getting all the money available to you and missing out on what is rightfully yours.

How Do I File a Mesothelioma Lawsuit? Contact us today to get started. We do the vast majority of the work so you are able to focus on treatment and time doing what you love with the people you love.

Eric A. Stamps, Attorney at Law



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