Hiring the Best Personal Injury Lawyer

People often do not know where to turn when it comes to dealing with a serious personal injury case or finding the best or top injury lawyers.  Here are some factors you should consider when it comes to hiring a personal injury lawyer:

Factors important in hiring the Best Personal Injury Lawyer:

1.  Has the lawyer or law firm your are considering hiring ever tried a lawsuit?  If so, when was their last trial and what was the outcome? 

2.  Has the lawyer you are considering hiring ever been disciplined by the State Bar of Texas? (check www.texasbar.com)

3.  Has the lawyer ever completed a judicial clerkship--a prestiguous honor bestowed on only approximately 2% of lawyers in the nation?

4. Does the lawyer you are considering hiring sound well-informed and knowledgeable regarding personal injury law?

5. Has the lawyer ever settled a case or tried a case and obtained a significant recovery?

6.  Does your lawyer have the necessary resources to prosecute your case?

7.  Can you relate to the lawyer and does your intuition tell you that the lawyer is trustworthy?

8.  Where did the lawyer go to law school, and more importantly, what has the lawyer's practical experience been since law school?  Remember, years of experience does not necessarily mean a more competent lawyer.

This list of factors is non-exclusive.  The author of this article, attorney, Majed Nachawati, is frequently quoted by newspapers, media, and has been recognized as a top lawyer.  Mr. Nachawati is a former judicial law clerk and has settled and tried numerous lawsuits to verdict resulting in large recoveries for his personal injury clients. Questions or comments can be emailed to mn@fnlawfirm.com or by telephone - 1.866.705.7584.

Mesothelioma & Sales Engineers in Dallas

Legal Recourse For Sales Engineers Suffering From Asbestos Poisoning

Sales engineers are among the many occupations linked to serious illnesses like asbestos poisoning or mesothelioma. While a person can be exposed to asbestos even while at home, the risk of getting mesothelioma is greater for sales engineers because of the nature of their jobs.

Guidelines on occupational safety and hazard have confirmed how sales engineers working in and for factories that are manufacturing asbestos products have a greater risk of getting asbestos poisoning.  They may not be showing symptoms of asbestosis, mesothelioma, or lung cancer currently. This is due to the long period of latency, which allows the symptoms of the illness to show up even 10 – 40 years after exposure to asbestos. It is important to take note that even a small particle of asbestos dust can kill.

Testing for Mesothelioma

If you are a sales engineer and you have been exposed to asbestos, then it is best to have yourself tested for any of the common illnesses related to asbestos poisoning.  If you tested positive to any of these illnesses like lung cancer, mesothelioma, pleural plaque, or asbestosis, then you might be entitled to legal compensation.

Once you confirm the result of asbestos poisoning, then it is time for you to choose a law firm that will file the lawsuit for you.  But first, you have to consult with an attorney experienced in mesothelioma claims, so he can advise you on the proper steps to take before filing a lawsuit for asbestos poisoning.


Mesothelioma Lawsuits

Thousands of people all over the world, who have been exposed to asbestos, have filed cases against asbestos manufacturers, and many of them have already been awarded damages and legal compensation for the injuries that they have suffered as a result of asbestos poisoning.  Sales engineers who have directly or indirectly worked with asbestos manufacturing companies have a chance of winning a mesothelioma lawsuit.
 

If you think you exhibit the symptoms of asbestos poisoning and you got it in the line of duty as a sales engineer, then do not waste time and consult an attorney immediately.  There is such a thing as statute of limitations, which provides certain time limits for the filing of cases.  Failure to file the case before the deadline will negate your right to file the case, even if you are already dying of asbestos or any other lung related disease.

If you belong to this occupation or  aready feel the symptoms of asbestos poisoning, then contact the Asbestos Poison Law Firm of Fears & Nachawati.  Our Asbestos Attorneys are standing by to assist you. Contact us for a free consultation and case analysis at 214-890-0711.

Hundreds of Texans Die from Asbestos Each Year

Asbestos Poisoning

Asbestos poisoning is quited common after being exposed to asbestos. The biggest challenge of mesothelioma and asbestosis cases, is to identify the exact exposure that resulted in mesothelioma, lung cancer and or asbestosis.

Even brief exposure to asbestos can lead to a range of chronic and fatal medical dispositions known as asbestos poisoning diseases. It is also possible to develop these conditions without coming in direct contact with asbestos processing or asbestos products.

At least 259 Texans died in 2002 from just two forms of asbestos disease, according to the most recent data from the National Centers for Health Statistics of the Centers for Disease Control, obtained by the Washington, DC based EWG Action Fund. Mortality is divided roughly evenly between the two diseases, with 132 reported deaths from asbestosis and 127 reported mesothelioma fatalities. More than one third of the deaths in 2002 (103) were in just three metropolitan areas, Houston with 44, Beaumont with 34, and Dallas with 25

If you have been exposed to asbestos or a loved one has been diagnosed with Asbestos Poisoning contact the Mesothelioma Law Firm of Fears & Nachawati immediately for a free consultation and case analysis. The Mesothelioma Attorneys of Fears & Nachawati are standing by to assist you in Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth, San Antonio and Austin.  Please contact us at 214-890-0711.