How Much is Your Mesothelioma Claim Worth?

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How Much is Your Mesothelioma Claim Worth? Over $49 billion dollars have been paid out in settlements or compensatory and punitive damages to plaintiffs with Mesothelioma. Reports indicate that there is as much as $35 billion remaining in trust funds established purely to pay out Mesothelioma claims.

Mesothelioma is a serious illness and anyone with Mesothelioma is likely entitled to substantial settlements to compensate them for medical expenses, lost wages and distress.

$27 Million OHIO: John Panza, a 40-year-old English professor was diagnosed with mesothelioma in 2012 On December 18, 2013, the Jury returned a verdict: $27 million in total damages $190 Million NEW YORK: Five plaintiffs — all from the tri-State area — filed against two companies after they developed mesothelioma from exposure to asbestos-tainted products and equipment. $48 Million CALIFORNIA: Bobbie Izell, a Los Angelean who worked in construction in the 1960’s and 70’s, developed mesothelioma in the course of his 30-year career as a cement contractor.

$25 Million VIRGINIA: Rubert Minton, a 72-year-old former shipyard employee in Newport, VA, worked as a repair supervisor on commercial vessels at Newport News Shipbuilding from 1966-1977. $250 Million INDIANA: Roby Whittington, a 70-year-old former steelworker residing in Madison County, Illinois, worked at U.S. Steel’s Gary, Indiana plant from 1950-1981. $Million CALIFORNIA: Bernard Steffen, a Los Angeles, painter, was diagnosed with terminal mesothelioma which he contracted through his work.

$Million Louisiana: Leopold Granier Jr. was diagnosed with mesothelioma resulting from his exposure to asbestos working as a shipbuilder in Avondale Shipyards $17 Million CALIFORNIA: Gordon Bankhead, age 66, worked from 1965 to 1999 as a parts man, servicing heavy-duty vehicles whose brakes contained asbestos. $11 Million TEXAS: Vernon Walker, age 67, worked for years as a union painter, helping in the construction of skyscrapers, homes and strip malls. $Million TEXAS: Oscar Torres, a former pipe-fitter who worked for Brown & Root, repairing pipes in a chemical plant owned by Union Carbide Corp. .

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