If yes, you should speak with an experienced mesothelioma attorney. You have legal options if you were diagnosed with Mesothelioma because asbestos exposure is almost certainly to blame. The asbestos cancer attorneys at our firm offer free consultations, and you don’t have to pay anything upfront.


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If yes, you should speak with an experienced mesothelioma attorney. You have legal options if you were diagnosed with Mesothelioma because asbestos exposure is almost certainly to blame. The asbestos cancer attorneys at our firm offer free consultations, and you don’t have to pay anything upfront.


King Law Firm Mesothelioma Lawyers Are Available To Help


What are the benefits of filing a lawsuit or taking other legal action? Asbestos is responsible for mesothelioma cancer, which has no cure. Companies that manufacture asbestos, manufacturers, and employers may all have exposed you to asbestos and caused your cancer. The possibility of suing means that you have the opportunity to hold them accountable financially, which may also contribute to the future financial security of your family during this uncertain time. You and your family can seek assistance from our mesothelioma attorneys throughout North Carolina.

What Makes King Law Firm Different From Other Mesothelioma Law Firms?

As a client of King Law Firm, we will assemble a team of mesothelioma litigators, researchers, medical experts, and private investigators working on your behalf. Our law firm has been assisting North Carolinians for over 30 years, and we are currently representing families across the great state of North Carolina.


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Information on Mesothelioma Cancer

Whether you are contemplating hiring a mesothelioma lawyer or not, here is some additional information about Mesothelioma to help you comprehend the unique circumstances and risks of exposure to asbestos in this type of cancer. The most common cause of mesothelioma is asbestos exposure, and it is a severe but rare form of malignant cancer. The most common types of Mesothelioma are:

Pleural Mesothelioma

Cancer that affects the lining of the lungs (pleura).

Peritoneal Mesothelioma

Cancer of the abdominal cavity lining (peritoneum).

In addition, pericardial Mesothelioma (affecting the heart) and testicular Mesothelioma which both are rare forms.

What Is Mesothelioma?

Mesothelioma can develop up to 60 years after asbestos exposure, but the average time between asbestos exposure and mesothelioma development is 40 years. –Read More

What Is Asbestos?

Asbestos is an occurrence of natural minerals. Asbestos is not harmful in its natural state. Asbestos, however, can be crushed into soft, flexible fibers, a unique cha……-Read More

Asbestos Exposer Facts

Asbestos is a rocky mineral naturally occurring in the ground all over America and in other parts of the world. In its natural, rocky state, asbestos is harmless. But unlike other mi…Read More

Second Hand Asbestos Exposure

People who work directly with asbestos are at risk for primary exposure, but secondary exposure to asbestos can also be hazardous and anyone can be exposed to it. According to the National Cancer Institute, secondary exposure occurs when workers…
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Asbestos And The Military

King Law Firm Mesothelioma Lawyer – Veterans Asbestos Exposure – The veteran mesothelioma lawyers of our firm are proud to defend our nation’s heroes against companies that put them at risk for mesothelioma and other asbestos-rela…Read More

Mesothelioma FAQ's

No attorney can predict how much compensation you will receive, or even guarantee that you will receive compensation, because every case is unique. Having fully investigated your claim, our King Law Firm mesothelioma lawyers will let…..Read More

Attention: Babcock & Wilcox Employees - Potential Asbestos Exposure Risk. 

If you were employed at Babcock & Wilcox at any time from the 1950s thru the 1970s, you have an increased risk of asbestos exposure

Asbestos exposure is hazardous and greatly increases your risk of developing life-threatening diseases like mesothelioma, lung cancer, throat (larynx or oropharynx) cancer, and others. When exposed to asbestos, it can often take between 15-50 years for cancer to develop. If you or a family member have been diagnosed or has died from an asbestos related disease, please contact our office immediately. There’s a good chance we can help.

Protecting The Legal Rights Of North Carolinians

King Law Firm is a North Carolina law firm helping individuals and families for over three decades. Call our office today for a free consultation if you or a family member have been diagnosed with mesothelioma or other asbestos-related cancer. 

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More Facts About Mesothelioma

Even exposure to asbestos for a brief or minimal period of time can cause Mesothelioma?

Unfortunately, this is the case. Our attorneys have successfully represented mesothelioma victims in several cases who were spouses or children of workers who unknowingly introduced asbestos dust into their homes when they wore their work clothes (so-called second-hand asbestos exposure).

As a “dose-response” disease, Mesothelioma has a high mortality rate.

The more asbestos a person is exposed to, the higher the risk he will develop the disease.

The latency period for Mesothelioma is long.

Mesothelioma victims were exposed to asbestos many years before they developed the disease. The average latency period for Mesothelioma is 30 years, but it can be as short as 15 years or as long as 40 years.

Asbestos-Related Diseases

The disease mesothelioma may also be accompanied by another asbestos-related disease, such as asbestosis or pleural disease. Despite the fact that they are caused by asbestos, these non-cancerous conditions are medically distinct from Mesothelioma. As a result, asbestosis does not become Mesothelioma.

In addition to developing asbestosis many years before developing Mesothelioma, some mesothelioma patients also develop asbestosis. The risk of Mesothelioma developing in asbestosis patients is less than 15%. There is a possibility that someone can develop Mesothelioma and never develop asbestosis.

Providing Mesothelioma Victims with Legal Representation That’s Different.

  • Aggressive Approach To Mesothelioma Litigation
  • 100% Contingency Fee Basis – Guaranteed!
  • Can’t Visit Our Office, We’ll Come To You
  • Years of Personal Injury Case Experience 
  • We will Assemble a Team of Experienced Mesothelioma Lawyers & Medical Experts Working on Your Behalf.
  • Be Assured We Have Your Best Interest at Heart.

King Law Firm has a long history of helping North Carolinians. Don’t trust your case with just any law firm.

Who Is Eligible To File For Compensation?

Mesothelioma compensation is available to a wide variety of people following a clinical diagnosis, including:

  • Anyone Who Has Been Diagnosed With Mesothelioma
  • Anyone Exposed To Asbestos Products
  • Anyone Exposed To Second Hand Asbestos
  • Persons Exposed To Asbetos At Work
  • Any Military Veteran Exposed While Serving

For more information contact King Law Firm by contact form or call us directly .

 A Lawyer’s Experience Matters In Asbestos Cases

King Law Firm only assembles experienced litigators and our dedication to helping mesothelioma victims has only increased over the years. King Law Firm has over three decades of experience helping North Carolinians. You may be entitled to compensation from those responsible if you have been diagnosed with Mesothelioma. Make sure that you choose a local law firm who understands North Carolina Law and will be by your side.  

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The King Law Firm will only assign an experienced mesothelioma lawyer

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Who is Eligible to File a Lawsuit for Mesothelioma Compensation?

Following getting a mesothelioma diagnosis, many people are eligible for compensation, including:

  • Individuals Exposed to Asbestos at Work
  • Military Veterans Exposed While Serving our Country
  • Individuals Exposed to Asbestos Products
  • Second-Hand Asbestos Exposure
  • Any Person Diagnosed with Mesothelioma

If You Can’t Come To Us, We’ll Come To You

We have offices all over North Carolina assisting mesothelioma victims and families. The firm has represented clients and families all over North Carolina, making hospital visits and visiting clients in their homes.

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Being Diagnosed With Mesothelioma Is A Life Chainging Event.

It’s important that you know and understand all your options. Having an experienced Mesothelioma attorney can make all the difference in the world.  Below are few frequently asked questions that are often asked.

Is a lawsuit required to receive compensation for Mesothelioma?

You may not need to file a lawsuit to get a mesothelioma settlement if the company that exposed you to asbestos has a trust fund set up for compensation claims. If you are worried you won’t be able to meet your court dates and other obligations, please take the time to listen carefully. After a mesothelioma diagnosis, there are many legal options available to you, and you do not need to do anything. We handle everything for you.

Which type of claim can I file for Mesothelioma?

Whether you are eligible to file a claim depends on a few factors, including the responsible company, how much asbestos you were exposed to and for how long, and whether you served in the military. These legal claims may apply to you: 

VA Mesothelioma Claim

Filing a Private Lawsuit

Out-of-Court Settlement or Payout

Asbestos Bankruptcy Trust Fund Payment

Depending on the circumstances and the state where the claim is filed, you may be eligible to file a combination of claims. An experienced Mesothelioma Lawyer negotiates the mesothelioma settlement amount with you.

What type of compensation can I obtain for Mesothelioma?

In a lawsuit, trust fund, or VA claim, you can seek a variety of compensation. Among the types of compensation you can pursue:

Medical Bill Reimbursement

Money for Time Off Work

Money for Pain, Suffering, and Mental Anguish

Compensation for the Salary You Would Have Earned from Working if Not Diagnosed with Mesothelioma

Punitive Damages to Punish the Company for Wrongdoing

In the event that you or someone you love died from Mesothelioma, you may still be able to sue for personal injury damages, product liability damages, toxic tort damages, or wrongful death damages.

If you lost a loved one to Mesothelioma, you may be able to file a wrongful death lawsuit and, if so, how specifically you might be compensated. You should contact our attorneys to see if you qualify for both types of claims.

Several less common but equally dangerous types of mesothelioma cancer are peritoneal, pericardial, sarcomatoid, epithelial, and pericardial.

What if I die during the trial before the case is resolved?

Following a diagnosis, people have a 12- to 18-month life expectancy. If you pass away before a mesothelioma settlement or trial award is finalized, your family and other dependents may be able to receive a future settlement. 

We will make all the necessary arrangements at the start of your case to ensure that your spouse or other family members will receive the money owed to you should you die before the lawsuit is completed.


What is the cost of hiring a lawyer and filing a mesothelioma lawsuit?

We work on a contingency fee basis, so filing a lawsuit is free. We only get paid if we win a settlement, trial verdict award, or mesothelioma trust fund award. Your family will never have to pay for anything out-of-pocket because we work out all of the details in a written contract.

Can A Mesothelioma Verdict Be Appealed?

The answer is yes, and you should. We can file an appeal if you hired another mesothelioma lawyer who botched your case. There has already been enough suffering because of negligent asbestos companies. We will hold them accountable.


Is it Beneficial To Hire a Mesothelioma Lawyer?

If you hire legal counsel and file a lawsuit against those responsible for your exposure, you will:

  • Tell asbestos companies they can’t get away with it
  • Make sure your family’s financial future is secure
  • Assist in preventing similar negligence from occurring in the future

If you still do not wish to file a lawsuit, our mesothelioma attorneys can help you determine whether you are eligible for an out-of-court settlement from the asbestos companies that caused your cancer.

Attorneys with experience handling mesothelioma litigation are the best

When diagnosed with Mesothelioma, you need the best and most experienced asbestos lawyers on your side. In order to get the best settlement for your mesothelioma case, you need a team of lawyers, investigators, medical experts, and specialized researchers. If you have a family depending on you for financial support, hiring a lawyer is the first step towards providing financial security. 

Although no amount of money can make things right, the money from a lawsuit may be able to provide your family with medical insurance and help support your loved ones during a difficult time. If You Have Recently Been Diagnosed With Mesothelioma, Contact An Experienced Attorney at King Law Firm. (800) 635-1683

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