Florida Mesothelioma Lawsuits

Florida has a large percentage of residents who suffer from mesothelioma or another asbestos-related disease.  In fact, Florida trails only California in the number of asbestos-related deaths that occur in the state every year.  Because of this, Florida also has a very high number of mesothelioma lawsuits on the books.

In Florida, mesothelioma victims and their families are eligible to file suit against the parties responsible for their asbestos exposure to recover compensation for such damages as the cost of care and more.  A Florida mesothelioma lawyer from our firm can help victims of asbestos exposure file a mesothelioma lawsuit.

If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with mesothelioma, our Florida mesothelioma lawyers may be able to help you and your family pursue compensation.  For a free asbestos mesothelioma claim evaluation, contact our Florida mesothelioma law firm.  We offer:

  • Free consultation with an experienced Florida mesothelioma lawyer
  • No attorney fees unless you recover money
  • Hospital and home visits with an attorney anywhere in Florida
  • Convenient office locations throughout Florida
  • A long-standing record of favorable verdicts and settlements in Florida

Statute of Limitations

In the state of Florida, mesothelioma lawsuits are restricted by a statute of limitations.  Legally, a Florida mesothelioma lawsuit must be filed within four years from the date the mesothelioma was diagnosed.  If you have lost a loved one to mesothelioma, you need to know that the statute of limitations for Florida wrongful death lawsuits is two years.  In Florida, a "delayed discovery doctrine" means that the statute of limitations begins when a person learns of his or her mesothelioma or asbestos exposure, not from the date of the exposure itself.  This is because mesothelioma has a particularly long latency period, and may not be diagnosed until decades after the exposure to asbestos occurred.

Contact a Florida Mesothelioma Lawsuit Attorney

If you live in Florida and have been diagnosed with mesothelioma, an attorney from our firm may be able to help you file a mesothelioma lawsuit to pursue compensation for your medical bills and other damages that are a result of your asbestos exposure and consequent mesothelioma diagnosis.  Likewise, if you have lost a loved one to mesothelioma, an attorney from our firm may be able to help you file a mesothelioma wrongful death lawsuit in Florida.  To learn more about how to file a mesothelioma lawsuit in Florida, contact a Florida asbestos and mesothelioma attorney today for a free legal review of your claim.