Law firm representing plaintiffs in personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits involving products liability and workers' compensation claims concerning unsafe drugs, harmful chemicals, and asbestos-related cancers or diseases.
If you, relatives, or friends have a possible personal injury or wrongful death case, please feel free to Contact Us about your case or use one of our Case Evaluation Forms , where you will find that (unlike many legal web sites) we use a specific questionnaire form for each different type of case in order to make clear the type of facts and information that we need to effectively evaluate your potential case. Further, Tom Lamb will usually reply no later than the next business day to any Case Evaluation form you submit to us.
Asbestos And Mesothelioma Lawsuits
Our law firm has a long history of representing workers and their families in mesothelioma lawsuits, as well as other types of asbestos cases, and we have been successful in getting our clients legal compensation for their asbestos cancer or asbestos disease. It is important to know that people who have had asbestos exposure in the past can develop malignant mesothelioma -- also called mesothelioma cancer or meso -- lung cancer, throat cancer, or some other type of asbestos-related cancer, as well as asbestosis, many years later. Further, we understand how devastating these serious medical conditions caused by asbestos can be for the individual and their family members.
Pharmaceutical Drug Litigation
Pharmaceutical drug litigation makes up a significant part of our practice. We handle personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits involving prescription medications that have been associated with serious adverse reactions causing harm to patients or patient deaths, some of which have been withdrawn from the market, or recalled, by the FDA and the drug company.
For a list of the unsafe prescription drug products which we are working on now, please see our: Current Drug Injury Lawsuits
Our law firm represents workers exposed to Benzene then diagnosed with AML Leukemia or MDS years later. Our Overview states the chemical itself can be a colorless liquid with a sweet odor, or a colorless gas. It occurs naturally, but is also synthetically produced. Benzene is among the top 20 chemicals for production volume, and can be found in many different industries. Exposure to benzene is more likely for particular types of workers within these industries.