Mesothelioma Attorneys in Alabama

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Mesothelioma is a rare form of cancer caused by exposure to asbestos particles. Many people throughout Alabama and across the nation have suffered from mesothelioma due to the negligence of their employers. If you or someone close to you suffers from mesothelioma, an experienced asbestos litigation attorney can help you explore your legal options.

At The Law Offices of Wallace & Graham, our Alabama mesothelioma lawyers have decades of experience handling mesothelioma claims for clients from Birmingham, Mobile, Montgomery, across Alabama and nationwide. We are committed to helping you obtain the justice and compensation you deserve.

Contact our Alabama mesothelioma lawyers to discuss your possible personal injury or wrongful death lawsuit. We offer a free consultation at 888-698-9975.

What Is Mesothelioma?

The only known cause of mesothelioma is asbestos exposure. Many people who worked in shipyards, chemical plants, naval vessels and other Alabama job sites were exposed to asbestos decades ago and are only now experiencing symptoms of mesothelioma. Once diagnosed, however, the average life expectancy of a person afflicted with mesothelioma is only 18 months. Quality medical treatment, however, can prolong life and ease the painful symptoms.

Alabama Mesothelioma Attorneys

Our firm is dedicated to helping victims of mesothelioma and their family members recover fair and just compensation for the hardships they have faced due to asbestos exposure. We also seek to hold negligent parties accountable, including companies that knew about the dangers of asbestos exposure but did nothing to protect their employees from danger. If you suffer due to mesothelioma in Alabama, we also want to direct you to the health care resources you need. Quality medical treatment can prolong life and ease the painful symptoms.

Contact Our Alabama Asbestos Litigation Lawyers

Contact our offices for a free consultation and case evaluation. Our practice is equipped to help clients statewide in Alabama, North Carolina, throughout the Southeast and nationwide.