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The Truth About Those Mesothelioma Ads On TV
There seem to be more mesothelioma ads on TV than ever before. These advertisements will generally promise asbestos victims quick cash for their injuries and suffering. The problem with those ads is that most of them are coming from huge, out-of-state firms that have turned mesothelioma into a big business. A big business for their […]
Many of the out of state law firms you see advertising for mesothelioma cases on TV are big firms with dozens of lawyers and sometimes hundreds of employees. That usually means there are many mouths to feed at these big firms and the expenses of handling your case will be high — which means less […]
Before Hiring A Mesothelioma Lawyer: Make Sure They Practice In Louisiana
Even good lawyers can make mistakes in handling asbestos cases in Louisiana. But out of state Lawyers are much more likely to make mistakes because they do not understand our unique Civilian System and they don’t understand the law that controls asbestos cases in Louisiana. Choosing a lawyer to handle your asbestos case is a […]
Simply stated: Louisiana law is unique. In Louisiana, we have a civil code. Our civil code dates back several centuries to what is called the Napoleonic Code. It’s been changed somewhat over the years, but in essence, it’s still the same Code that was written during the time of Napoleon Bonaparte. No other state, not […]
Television Advertising: What You Should And Shouldn’t Believe
You see them quite often. Television ads about mesothelioma which basically say that if you, or a loved one have been diagnosed with the disease you could be entitled to financial compensation. The ads urge you to call an 800 number. Any lawyer can pay for and run a television ad trying to get mesothelioma […]
While the FACT Act (the "Furthering Asbestos Claims Transparency Act") has not yet been introduced to Congress, Bob Goodlatte, Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, announced that it is on the upcoming committee agenda.
Here in Louisiana, exposure to asbestos is unfortunately becoming a common problem, read more on our blog…
On our blog, the attorneys at Waddell Anderman keep you updated with all of the latest news stories regarding asbestos in and around Louisiana.
Senator Dick Durbin is seeking to update Ronald Reagan’s Asbestos Information Act of 1988. Why should residents care of the READ ACT or the FACT Act? We have got you covered with a full-recap on our latest blog post, that is quite the read.