COVID-19 Updates: We are keeping our staff, clients and their family members safe and healthy. Our law firm is 100% operational, available in-person and 24/7 assistance by email and phone. Read More

COVID-19 update

Despite the coronavirus spreading at a fast pace throughout the country, our law firm is fully operational. Because we are striving to protect our legal team and clients, we ask the people who come to our law firm to wear a face mask and, optionally, gloves. You will also have to maintain social distancing by keeping at least 3 feet of space between you and our employees. Our legal team has returned to our offices and is ready to provide you with quality legal assistance, both in person and over the phone. We will continue to work for you, even though the coronavirus pandemic is far from over. We still file claims and provide legal representation for anyone who needs our services, as we highly prioritize our clients.

During the coronavirus pandemic, our law firm remains completely functional

We will continue to provide constant and uninterrupted legal services to our clients and we will also take on new cases. Your e-mails will be thoroughly responded to and your phone calls will be promptly answered.

As the health and safety of our staff and clients are extremely important, we will conduct meetings and conferences by telephone, which will be as efficient as it would have been in person. However, you can also come in person to our law firm, as long as you wear a face mask and maintain social distancing. Therefore, if you believe you have a case, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will gladly help you.

As the coronavirus is spreading at a fast pace throughout the country, following the adequate protective measures is crucial. Wearing a face mask every time you need to go outside is essential in preventing the spread of the new virus, which is why we launched our mask matching program, which entails providing our clients, as well as anyone who requests our services, with face masks in exchange for $10 each.

Whether you already have a diagnosis which is the result of asbestos exposure or just experience symptoms such as shortness of breath, chest pain or a lingering cough, the medical experts we collaborate with and who specialize in diagnosing asbestos-related diseases, will screen you for asbestos free of charge so that you can become eligible for compensation from asbestos trust funds and, if you are a veteran, from the VA as well.

Are you taking new cases during the coronavirus pandemic?

Yes. Despite the current situation, we strive to provide quality legal services to anyone who needs our assistance. We take asbestos exposure cases and other toxic exposure cases just as we have until now. Our attorneys will file a claim on your behalf and prepare the necessary documents to accompany it. We will communicate and regularly keep you up to date regarding your case via e-mail and telephone. Therefore, if you think you have a case, please feel free to contact our law firm.

Is the COVID-19 pandemic going to affect my case?

No. We will pursue your case as usual by filing the claim and preparing the necessary documents which will accompany it. Although we may take a bit longer to respond to your e-mails and phone calls, we are still here for you and will eventually address any concerns or questions you might have. We are committed to delivering quality legal services to you and will strive to recover the compensation you deserve.


What is going to happen to settlements?

Our firm will continue to distribute physical checks for the foreseeable future. We advise you to make sure that you have the telephone number and e-mail address of your case manager so that you will be kept up to date with the development of your settlement.

How can I contact your law firm?

Whether you are already a client or believe you may have a case, you can reach out to our legal team via telephone or by using our contact page. We will try to answer your questions within the shortest time possible.

We will expedite and fast process all cancer-related claims regarding veterans or their immediate family members

On compassionate grounds, we look to protect the most vulnerable members of society, particularly military veterans from the impact of coronavirus. While our staff is prioritizing safety during the coronavirus outbreak, we remain dedicated to helping veterans diagnosed with cancer that is connected to service-related exposure to asbestos.

We offer expedited assistance to all veterans and military families during the COVID-19 pandemic, in recovering financial compensation from both asbestos trust funds and the U.S Department of Veterans Affairs.

We are fully prepared to assess these cases and giving them the proper attention they need. This includes having video conferencing, phone calls, emails, and other technologies for all meetings. If important documents such as medical records and documentation of your employment history need to be handed over, we will work with you to get those without face-to-face contact. We are taking all the necessary steps to ensure your case continues to move forward.

If you have recently been diagnosed with cancer as a consequence of asbestos exposure during active military service, the biggest mistake you could make is waiting until after this crisis passes to call us. Asbestos trust fund claims usually have a 2-3 years statute of limitations from the date you received a cancer diagnosis. Delay in contacting an attorney who specializes in asbestos-related cases is probably the biggest way to reduce your likely case value.

Coronavirus in Alabama

With an average of over 1000 cases per day, the curve of infections in Alabama doesn't seem to get lower. Since the beginning of the pandemic, the state has confirmed over 80.000 cases with well over 1000 deaths. As in the case of every state in the U.S., Alabama is struggling to return to at least a shred of normalcy as soon as possible. In order for that to happen, officials have extended the ”Safer at Home” status and added a series of rules such as the obligation of wearing a mask at all times when in public and at a distance smaller than 6 ft from others and the decision to forbid the sale of alcohol past 11 pm.

The regulations are set to be in place at least until the end of July, with the possibility of being extended depending on how the situation evolves.