How Do I Prove I Was Exposed To Asbestos?

Televisions ads make it seem as if there is a pot of money waiting for mesothelioma victims, and all you have to do is apply. Unfortunately, that simply isn't true. The legal processes involved are complex. One of the most challenging steps in the process is determining your exposure, and the employers and manufacturers involved. That's why it is critically important that you choose a reputable law firm with the resources to build the strongest case possible on your behalf.

At Richardson, Patrick, Westbrook & Brickman, we pioneered asbestos litigation in the early 1970s. Our attorneys were among the first in the country to hold manufacturers liable for the harm asbestos caused. We take your diagnosis and build on it, pinpointing your exposure, investigating negligence and gathering evidence of the effect your disease has had – and will have – on your life and your family.

Investigating Sources Of Asbestos Exposure

We begin our investigation by talking to the victim and their family to identify possible sources of exposure. Where did you work? Did you live near a commercial property where asbestos was used?

Once we know the source where exposure occurred, we begin investigating the types of products that were used, and the manufacturers that produced them. We also have a team of experts that can testify as to the types of asbestos products used in various occupations.

We Will Tell Your Story

Asbestos manufacturers should be forced to hear about the horrific damages their products caused – and be held legally responsible. At RPWB, we will make sure your story is heard. When handling your case, we take the time to get to know you and your family, and the impact your disease has had on your life. Then we tell your story.

To schedule a free consultation with one of our lawyers, call 866-594-8765 or contact us online. We won't charge you anything until we've obtained compensation for you.

Our offices are located in Charleston, Mount Pleasant, Aiken, Columbia and Barnwell, South Carolina, and in Edwardsville, Illinois, and we represent asbestos victims and their families throughout the country.