Kazan, McClain, Satterley, Lyons, Greenwood & Oberman, A Professional Law Corporation

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Kazan, McClain, Satterley, Lyons, Greenwood & Oberman, A Professional Law Corporation Services

  • Asbestos Litigation Service

    Asbestos Litigation Service

    The first asbestos products lawsuit was filed on December 10, 1966, in Beaumont, Texas, by attorney Ward Stephenson on behalf of his client, Claude Tomplait. Mr. Tomplait had been diagnosed with asbestosis in July of that year. The defendants were eleven manufacturers of asbestos-containing insulation products, including Johns-Manville, Fibreboard and Owens Corning Fiberglas. The case proceeded to trial on May 12, 1969 and a week later the verdict was...

  • Impact Litigation Service

    Impact Litigation Service

    For twenty five years The Firm has participated, and continues to participate, in impact litigation (meaning lawsuits that are designed to achieve a significant result for a broad class of people rather than focus on an individual wrong.).

  • Filing a Wrongful Death Lawsuit Service

    Filing a Wrongful Death Lawsuit Service

    A family member has died from an asbestos illness. Is it too late to file a wrongful death lawsuit? The asbestos death of a loved one is a very difficult experience. The family is left not only with the shock and grief of the loss of a loved one, but also possibly with concern for the financial security of a surviving spouse or other dependent family members, as well as a desire for justice against the asbestos industry.

  • Vietnam Veterans are at Risk from Asbestos Exposure Service

    Vietnam Veterans are at Risk from Asbestos Exposure Service

    It's been 30 years since the Vietnam war. Now is the time that asbestos-related disease symptoms may appear. If you believe you could have suffered asbestos exposure or have any symptoms such as: Shortness of breath, Chest pain and/or persistent cough, Fever, night sweats and weight loss, Pain or swelling in the abdomen, nausea, weight loss, bowel obstruction, anemia or swelling of the feet due to a build-up of fluid.