Washington, D.C. Asbestos Exposure Lawyer

Asbestos exposure may cause serious illnesses later in life, resulting in conditions like mesothelioma and various types of cancer.  If you believe your illness is related to asbestos exposure, contact the skilled workers’ compensation attorneys at May Lightfoot, PLLC.

At May Lightfoot, PLLC, our asbestos exposure attorneys may be able to help you and your family recover compensation for your illness.  When you work with our experienced attorneys, you get a legal team that is:

  • Passionate about holding negligent parties responsible for their actions;
  • Successful in negotiating mesothelioma claims; and
  • Available to answer your questions and answer your most pressing concerns.

Our asbestos exposure attorneys will provide you with the personal attention you need and deserve in these matters.  To speak with a skilled legal professional, contact May Lightfoot, PLLC, online or by calling (202) 919-6463.  Your case review is complimentary and confidential.  At May Lightfoot, PLLC, we want to help you get the justice you are entitled to.

An Experienced Washington, D.C. Asbestos Exposure Attorney Can Help

There are different legal options for proceeding in any asbestos cases depending on the particular facts of the case.  Some cases proceed to personal injury lawsuits while others go on to the following:

  • Wrongful death lawsuits;
  • Asbestos trust fund claims; or
  • VA claims.

At May Lightfoot, PLLC, we understand the apprehension associated with filing an injury claim or going to court.  However, our attorneys work tirelessly to build your asbestos exposure case while they guide you through each step of the legal process.  We handle your legal claim from start to finish, including, but not limited to:

  • Drafting and filing the legal complaint against the manufacturer(s) of the asbestos-containing products you were exposed to;
  • Collecting the evidence necessary to try the case;
  • Settling the case; or
  • Taking your case to trial before a jury, who will decide the outcome of the case.

Contact our office in Washington, D.C., today to find out what kind of claim is right for your potential case.  We look forward to speaking with you and addressing your asbestos claims questions and concerns.

What is Asbestos?

Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral fiber once used in various trades for its heat, electrical, and chemical resistant properties.  Asbestos is composed of millions of microscopic fibers that can easily break apart, become airborne, and be inhaled.  Inhaled asbestos fibers may become lodged in the lungs and lead to lung cancer, mesothelioma, or other asbestos-related diseases.

Asbestos exposure is strongly associated with several potentially fatal illnesses, the most serious of which is malignant mesothelioma.  This is aggressive cancer that affects the lining of the lungs, heart, abdomen, and other organs.  Malignant mesothelioma does not appear for years or even decades after the initial exposure.

Asbestos Exposure Compensation in Washington, D.C.

The amount of money awarded in a mesothelioma settlement or trial verdict is related to the nature and extent of the victim’s pain and suffering.

Mesothelioma compensation generally covers expenses such as:

  • Medical expenses;
  • Travel costs associated with medical treatment;
  • Lost wages;
  • Caregiver/facility fees;
  • Physical therapy;
  • Psychological counseling;
  • Household expenses;
  • Funeral costs; and
  • Future illness-related costs and expenses.

Contact an Experienced Washington, D.C. Asbestos Exposure Attorney Today

If your family has been impacted by a loved one’s mesothelioma diagnosis, May Lightfoot, PLLC, will fight aggressively for you.  Our Washington, D.C., asbestos exposure attorneys are ready to provide you with the information and resources you need to take the next step forward in your asbestos claim.

Contact us today online or at (202) 919-6463, and set up your claim evaluation with one of our knowledgeable attorneys.  Your initial evaluation can occur by phone, in-office, or by FaceTime or Zoom, however you are most comfortable.