Preserving Evidence in an Asbestos Exposure Claim
Preservation of evidence in an asbestos case is paramount to the successful resolution of an asbestos claim. Whether you have recently been diagnosed or you are pursuing an asbestos claim on behalf of a loved one, it is important to gather and preserve all necessary evidence as soon as possible. Relevant evidence may include the victim’s work history, hobbies, contact names including employers, and other witnesses who may have information about possible asbestos exposure. At The Law Offices of Michael R. Bilbrey, P.C. we are committed to building the most compelling case on your behalf. This begins with the collection and preservation of evidence.
Our firm is strategic in obtaining timely testimony and in the expedition of cases to ensure a resolution as soon as possible. Contact us to consult with an attorney as soon as possible about your asbestos exposure case.
Evidence begins with an expert investigation
Our staff includes four full time investigators as well as several part time investigators strictly dedicated to collecting evidence pertaining to your case. For most people losing a loved one to mesothelioma, their main concern is about medical care and health issues prior to the death of a loved one without thinking about potential litigation. If you are concerned about financial compensation to ensure the security of your family our attorneys can begin an immediate investigation to get testimony on record within days of taking your case. A victim’s testimony is essential. We will make sure that we conduct appropriate interviews to make sure the testimony is on record.
Types of asbestos exposure and mesothelioma lawsuits
If you have been injured and are bringing a claim on your own behalf, or on behalf of a living relative you will be bringing a personal injury case. However, if you are bringing a lawsuit for a deceased spouse or relative, you will be pursuing a wrongful death case. In both personal injury and wrongful death claims, the preservation of evidence is critical. However, in wrongful death claims, it can be more difficult to collect evidence without the information that can only be provided by the victim. Our attorneys and staff are experienced in the entire process of asbestos litigation and will work to collect all necessary evidence to build your case for trial or settlement.
Contact the Law Offices of Michael R. Bilbrey, P.C., for a free initial consultation with an experienced mesothelioma and asbestos exposure wrongful death and personal injury lawyer serving clients nationwide.