Mesothelioma Litigation Process
There are several phases to a mesothelioma lawsuit and each case is unique. We develop a customized strategy based on your specific situation and needs. Whether your case ends quickly with an out-of-court settlement or goes to trial, we’ll be with you every step of the way.
We have more than 30 years of experience as one of the premier mesothelioma and asbestos law firms in the country. The attorneys of Goldenberg Heller & Antognoli represent people like yourself nationwide, visiting clients in their homes, and catering to their individual needs.
Our Approach to Mesothelioma & Asbestos Litigation
When you hire our team to represent your case, you can count on our integrity, honesty and perseverance. The normal progression of a legal claim includes:
- Case evaluation
- Filing a lawsuit
- Discovery phase
- Settlement negotiation
- Trial (depending on outcome of settlement negotiation)
- Appeal (depending on outcome of trial)
Dedication and experience.
We spend time with you, your family, and co-workers to discuss the events that led to your illness, on the job or otherwise, as well as the effects of your illness and how they may have impacted you and your family. We litigate asbestos and mesothelioma cases aggressively, and will continue to fight for your interests and compensation even when defendants attempt to appeal a verdict.
Free Mesothelioma Consultation
We are ready to discuss your legal needs and help you and your loved ones secure the compensation you deserve.
“Your knowledge, patience, and comfortable approach made this experience much easier for me.”
“Your firm is so professional. They make me feel like family more than anything else. Everyone is very kind and courteous. They go to no limits to get the job done.”
“I get answers to all my questions the day I call, that alone is wonderful. I am very happy to have Goldenberg Heller & Antognoli representing me.”
Notable Settlements & Verdicts
Obtained over $1 million in settlements for individuals injured by a pharmaceutical drug that increased the risk of cancer.