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Legal Meso Questions Asked Pt. 2

If you have been exposed to asbestos and diagnosed with mesothelioma, you likely have many questions. While the majority of your questions may be related to your health, they may also include legal ones. This article will discuss common legal meso questions linked to legal action and personal injury lawyers.

Legal Meso Questions

Meso Question 4: Can I Get Disability Because Of Mesothelioma?

The most common types of mesothelioma qualify for advanced disability benefits from the Social Security Administration. However, ask your attorney for guidance on applying for disability.

Meso Question 5: How Do I Pay My Lawyer?

Almost all the cases will be handled by a personal injury attorney. Personal injury attorneys carry out cases on a contingency fee basis. This basically means that the lawyer charges you no fees upfront. However, the lawyer receives a percentage of the eventual settlement or money damages that you receive from a court judgement. In addition, the lawyer will receive any expenses that you have agreed to pay as part of a written agreement. Some expenses included in a written fee agreement may be costs linked to:

  • Depositions
  • Copying
  • Postage

 

People who find out that they are suffering from mesothelioma due to working with asbestos have high chance of compensation. Such compensation is received through substantial monetary damages. These damages are received from the company that manufactured or installed the asbestos or an insurance company. Another avenue where damages are received is through the asbestos victims’ trust fund for the company that assumed liability.┬áCompensation is still receivable even if the original manufacturer has long since gone out of business.

It is normal for the affected person to hire a lawyer and litigate for exposure to asbestos or mesothelioma. Therefore, hire an experienced, qualified mesothelioma attorney for legal advice and representation in your personal injury asbestos lawsuit. Contact the Vinson Law Office today.

 

 

 

 

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