Mesothelioma Lawsuits FAQ
How Long Do I Have to File a Lawsuit for Mesothelioma?
In the state of Texas, the statute of limitations for filing a mesothelioma lawsuit is 2 years from the date of diagnosis. This is true whether you are filing for wrongful death of a loved one or filing a personal injury case stemming from mesothelioma. To keep your odds as good as they can be, it is imperative to file a claim as soon as possible after diagnosis or death.
What Kind of Damages Can I Recover in a Mesothelioma Lawsuit?
If you can prove that another party or entity behaved negligently and thereby caused your mesothelioma, you may be able to recover monetary damages. It is often very challenge to figure out exactly how much money you can recover and how much you will actually need to recover your related costs and losses. However, by working with a Mesothelioma lawyer from the beginning, you will have someone there to help you ensure you are able to recover the right damages in the correct amount.
How Long Do Mesothelioma Cases Typically Last?
Mesothelioma lawsuits tend to be fairly quick and are often settled without anyone ever having to go to court, often taking less than a year from claim to resolution. However, if your case does go to court and a living mesothelioma sufferer is involved, the court will likely expedite your case.
Experienced, Effective Mesothelioma Lawyers in Dallas
Our team at Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP proudly serves mesothelioma victims in the state of Texas. We are committed to using our skills and experiences to the benefit of people who have been harmed through no fault of their own and pursuing justice at all costs. Mesothelioma is often brought on by the negligence or carelessness of others, and our Mesothelioma attorneys are prepared to help you hold accountable the person or entity who caused you to develop this deadly condition.
Let us help. Call (214) 301-5007 today to speak to an experienced Mesothelioma attorney in Dallas.