Committed To Making A Difference
We have represented a wide range of injury victims, from power plant workers and shipbuilders to home remodelers and Navy veterans. Our advocacy aims to make workplaces throughout the United States safer by making it very, very expensive for employers and manufacturers to ignore the dangers of asbestos, talcum powder and roundup.
Top 5 Reasons To Hire Us
There are five great reasons to contact Wallace & Graham, P.A. about your mesothelioma, asbestos, talcum powder or roundup case. We stand out for the following reasons:
- We are experienced: Our attorneys have nearly 40 years of combined legal experience. We won the 2020 Trial Lawyer of the Year Award.
- Nationwide assistance: We can connect you with the best experts nationwide.
- We care: Your health matters above all else and we know that.
- Our work matters: We have handled important cases that shape laws around the nation.
- It’s FREE: We offer no-cost case evaluations and we work on a contingency fee basis.
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What Happens In The Free Consultation?
Would you like to know what to expect in your initial consultation? Whether we’re meeting you in our office or your home, during the night or day, we’ll compassionately listen to your story. Learn more about what will happen in your first meeting with us.
Meet Our Skilled Attorneys
- William M. Graham
- Mona L. Wallace
- Edward L. Pauley
- John R. Hughes
- Whitney Wallace Williams
- Mark Doby
- Daniel Wallace
- Krystal Draughn
Serving More Than Our Clients
Wallace & Graham, P.A. has even helped to change the law. In a case that took five years, we prevailed before the Tennessee Supreme Court in the case of a woman who died of mesothelioma at age 20. She was exposed from infancy to asbestos, which her father unknowingly brought home on his dusty work clothes. In 2003, Amanda Satterfield sued Alcoa, her father’s employer. When the cancer took her life in 2005, her dad continued the lawsuit. In 2008, overturning a lower court ruling, the Supreme Court ruled that Alcoa did have a duty to Amanda – establishing that manufacturers are liable for “reasonably foreseeable” secondhand exposure.
If you suspect your family members developed mesothelioma, asbestosis, ovarian cancer or another disease from exposure to a toxic substance, contact us today: 888-698-9975. We can connect clients to top medical specialists for accurate diagnosis and progressive treatments to extend life. And our lawyers will take your case as far as necessary to obtain justice. We represent clients in North Carolina and throughout the U.S.