If you have been diagnosed with lung cancer caused by exposure to asbestos in Wisconsin, mesothelioma lawyers at Kelley & Ferraro, LLP, can help you pursue compensation. Our Cleveland, Ohio-based plaintiffs' law firm works well with mesothelioma patients throughout the United States. We are prepared to evaluate your case with the goal of helping you and your family in Milwaukee, Madison, Green Bay or Kenosha cope with the consequences of mesothelioma.
We can educate you on the history of asbestos and mesothelioma, as well as helping you answer the question, "Where do I go from here?" We are prepared to fight for you, to help you recover compensation for medical costs, lost wages, pain and suffering, and end-of-life expenses. There is no known cure for mesothelioma, and the only known cause of this disease is asbestos exposure.
Kelley & Ferraro, LLP, represents clients from throughout the United States, in states such as Wisconsin. Our attorneys have recovered nearly $1 billion for asbestos and mesothelioma clients throughout the United States. We are here to advise you and pursue compensation for you as you fight mesothelioma in Wisconsin. Or perhaps you were exposed to asbestos while living in Wisconsin but now live in Florida or another state. Our plaintiffs' law firm is committed to enabling mesothelioma patients and their families to move forward with the monetary resources they need to cope with this disease. We also file wrongful death lawsuits on behalf of surviving family members of individuals who have already died of mesothelioma.
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Our plaintiffs' law firm represents people injured on the job in Ohio, Wisconsin and in other states, including:
We offer free initial in-person or phone consultations to mesothelioma victims in the Badger State and nationwide. Please call our office at 800-398-1795 or send an email to schedule a free consultation with an attorney.