California

A California resident, Martin Lujan served in the Army during World War II, where he jumped out of planes and, according to him, even...
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Louisiana

Mr. William Hammonds, a resident of New Orleans, began his career in the Air Force in the late 1940s. He later went on to have a long...
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Texas

After being honorably discharged from the Army in the early 1950s, Mr. Clarence Earls enjoyed a career as a longshoreman. Upon...
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Alabama

A resident of Alabama, Mr. John Whitfield spent much of his career working at Reynolds Metal until he was forced to leave due to his...
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Alabama

Mr. Almon Greer was diagnosed with an asbestos disease at 78 years of age. A father of three, Mr. Greer enjoyed spending his retirement...
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Colorado

A mother of two, Mrs. Carolyn Brunelli was always strongly dedicated to her family. She was enjoying time with her...
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New York

Mr. Howard Prescott never worked directly with asbestos or asbestos-containing products, but was diagnosed with asbestos lung...
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North Carolina

Mr. Joseph Norris, a U.S. Navy veteran, was exposed to asbestos as a bystander while working on Navy ships during his military career.
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Tennessee

Born and raised in Tennessee, Mr. Alvin Trantham spent much of his career as a carpenter. He and his wife, Stella, raised two sons...
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These are just a handful of some of the hundreds of powerful letters our clients have sent us over the firm’s 35-year history. As lawyers who have handled mesothelioma, asbestosis and asbestos lung cancer cases for decades, we have witnessed firsthand the tragedy of these devastating diseases. But, we’ve also had the opportunity to witness the strength and hopefulness that our many clients bring to the fight against mesothelioma.

We are honored to be part of our clients’ stories, which inspire us every day.