Following a diagnosis of mesothelioma, immediate medical care is important to at least prolong life. Advancements have been made, but a cure remains elusive. Later stages of the disease force an individual and his or her family to think of the future. With the average life expectancy at about two years, we know that loved ones of an asbestos exposure victim face an uncertain personal and financial future.
Utah Mesothelioma Attorneys Helping Clients throughout the State
The AV-rated* law firm of Brayton Purcell LLP is well known throughout Utah and the nation for being a premier mesothelioma and asbestos exposure injury law firm staffed by experienced and dedicated Utah asbestos lawyers. We encourage our Utah clients to focus on their medical needs while we attend to every detail of their legal claim.
Throughout the state of Utah, we have been successful with multimillion-dollar decisions in both settlements and verdicts in favor of our clients. Our vast track record of success includes the largest ruling in the state for individuals with asbestos-related diseases.
Complex mesothelioma cases are not settled quickly. Our approach is more thoughtful and thorough. Far too much is at stake for our clients to take a "cookie cutter" approach to such a serious and grave matter. Our trial attorneys have spent time in the courtroom, arguing on behalf of their clients while getting to know them, and their immediate and future needs.
Combining the experience of 50 highly skilled lawyers, the dedication of 220 seasoned support personnel and the diligence of an in-house investigative team, Brayton Purcell LLP, devotes its vast resources to pursuing the best outcome for clients. For more information or to schedule a free initial consultation at our Northern California or Oregon/Washington office, please contact Brayton Purcell LLP today .
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