Can I Win?

Over the last twenty years, Pulaski Law Firm PLLC has brought thousands of cases to resolution. Our goal is to treat each client as if he or she were our first. We work diligently to pursue your cause of action with all the available means granted to us by the courts.

The chances of you or your loved one winning a mesothelioma case are good. This is because asbestos exposure is a proven cause of mesothelioma, and whoever was responsible of exposing you to the hazardous material is deemed legally at fault.

Medical studies prove the link

A number of medical studies have proven that there is a direct link between asbestos exposure and mesothelioma, with the first of its kind published in 1960 by the scientist J.C. Wagner1. Wagner discovered that although mesothelioma of the pleura was an uncommon condition, in almost all cases sufferers had been associated with asbestos mining or a related industry.
Despite all of the evidence showing the direct link between asbestos exposure and mesothelioma, as well as other asbestos-related diseases, many companies still negligently exposed their workers without concern for their health and well-being. In fact, asbestos manufacturers have been aware of the dangers since the 1920s. Several companies even tried to cover up this fact so they wouldn’t have to compensate their employees.

3 things you should do to improve your chances of winning

1. Act before it’s too late. The statues of limitations exists in every state. If you miss the deadline outlined, you’ll never have the chance to get what you’re owed. That’s why it’s important to do something now, before you miss out. In addition, cases with plaintiffs who are still alive tend to be settled more quickly than other types of cases because of the poor survival rates related to the disease.

2. Find an experienced lawyer with expertise in mesothelioma and asbestos litigation. They’ll know how to handle the complexity of your case, and focus on getting the fair compensation you deserve. Our firm also has extensive medical and investigative resources available to help you win your case.

3. Cooperate with your lawyer. To increase the amout of compensation received, make sure you cooperate with your lawyer by giving them everything they need to build your case. Employment records, paystubs, personal accounts, and other important things are necessary as evidence.

You or your loved one have a good chance of winning!

I got my settlement letter on Wednesday. It’s a day I honestly never actually thought I would see. I wanted to sincerely thank you and your team for all of your hard work and time. I think it’s also important that you hear how much your work not only made a financial difference for my family to catch up from all of the medical expenses, but more importantly, that we don't have to worry about our financial future with my husband being gone. — Jen D.