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Victims of asbestos exposure should find an experienced mesothelioma lawyer to handle claims. Mesothelioma Guide can help you find a lawyer in your state, or even city, plus what qualities to look for.

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Mesothelioma Lawyers and Law Firms by State

Mesothelioma Guide is building a database of all 50 states in the U.S. and major cities in each state. These pages include the number of local personal injury or mesothelioma law firms in each city, plus places where asbestos was reported.

New York Mesothelioma Lawyers and Law Firms

If you were exposed to asbestos in New York and now have mesothelioma, you can begin a claim for compensation. Look for a lawyer by the five boroughs of New York to help you start a claim or pinpoint where you were exposed to asbestos.

Illinois Mesothelioma Lawyers and Law Firms

Many asbestos lawsuits are filed in Illinois due to the speed they move through some of the state’s court systems, specifically Madison County. If you live or were exposed to mesothelioma in Chicago, find a qualified lawyer licensed to practice in the city.

Texas Mesothelioma Lawyers and Law Firms

Texas has many major cities, including Houston, Dallas, Austin and San Antonio. The construction of large downtown buildings and highways is partly why asbestos exposure was common in Texas. Find a lawyer located in Texas, such as BCBH Law.

Alabama Mesothelioma Lawyers and Law Firms

Alabama is a hub for industrial and manufacturing companies. It was a standard practice for these companies to use asbestos in their factories and warehouses, leading to possible asbestos exposure for employees, their families and consumers. If you were exposed to asbestos in Alabama, find a qualified lawyer to help you with your claim.

What to Look for When Finding a Mesothelioma Lawyer by State

Here are three qualities you should prioritize when finding a mesothelioma lawyer for your case:

1

Find a lawyer licensed in multiple states. This quality gives you or the loved one a better chance at filing claims in multiple states and against multiple companies. You’ll have a better chance of receiving compensation and also hold every company involved in your asbestos exposure accountable.

2

Find a law firm that will travel to you. Even if you don’t choose a local lawyer, you can find a lawyer who you can meet without having to travel. Either the attorneys will travel to meet you or hold virtual meetings – whichever you prefer.

3

Find a lawyer who knows where asbestos exposure happened in your city. National law firms keep an extensive list of every location in the U.S. where asbestos was present. For example, BCBH Law attorneys have been representing mesothelioma victims for more than 20 years, which means they’ve been building their database of exposure locations for more than two decades. Regardless which city or cities you’ve lived in, they’ll be able to match your work or residential history to an asbestos location.

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Devin Golden

About the Writer, Devin Golden

Devin Golden is the content writer for Mesothelioma Guide. He produces mesothelioma-related content on various mediums, including the Mesothelioma Guide website and social media channels. Devin's objective is to translate complex information regarding mesothelioma into informative, easily absorbable content to help patients and their loved ones.

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