Helping Mesothelioma Victims and Their Families In Louisiana and Across The Country
It’s not unusual at all for our clients to ask if their mesothelioma lawsuit will have to go to trial.
And we understand this because many of you are worried about what your role would be in a lawsuit. Obviously, a mesothelioma victim must take care of their health needs first and we encourage them to do so as soon as possible.
Next, we explain to our clients that we will prepare for their case as if we are going to trial.
However, a large number of our mesothelioma lawsuits have been settled out-of-court before a trial. In case your lawsuit does go to trial, we make sure this process is as easy as possible for you and your family.
For instance, we know that traveling to our offices can be difficult and unnecessary, so we’ll visit you at your home when we need to meet, and we will certainly work around any treatment schedules.
One of the most important things that you can do during the preparation phase of your case is to give a deposition so that your testimony can be preserved if your mesothelioma lawsuit does go to trial. Again, we make this as easy on you as possible.
And much of the paperwork doesn’t need to be handled in person – we can do much of that by mail.
So, the bottom line is this – we will need your help, but most mesothelioma lawsuits will be settled out of court. And typically the only reason we will pursue a trial is to get you, or your family the compensation you deserve.
If you live in Louisiana, have worked in the state in the past, or even live in another state, and have learned that you have mesothelioma, please contact the Mesothelioma Attorneys with the Gertler Firm at (504) 581-6411 or 1-855-GERTLER if your call is long distance.
We’ll take the time to answer all your questions and will ask you a few questions as well. And if we can help you and your family, we will do all we can.
To find out a little more about how we handle a mesothelioma lawsuit in Louisiana – or any other state, click here.