No quality personal injury lawyer would answer that question without actually meeting with your boyfriend, getting his medical records and talking to his doctors. There are a lot of factors that go into evaluating a case. I would suggest you contact an attorney as soon as possible to talk about his case.
Chris, I agree with some of the other attorneys here. You really need to contact a local lawyer. There are a lot of questions here and an attorney who practices this type of law will be able to help you work though the issues and determine whether there is coverage somewhere.
Your attorney should be giving you a plan of action, including what dates he or she anticipates things will happen and keep in regular contact with you. That being said, I typically don't work to settle a case until a client is done treating. It sounds like you might be in one of those situations where you need treatment, but can't afford it. That is a difficult spot.
I think your best bet is to call your attorney and ask to go into the office and meet with him to get comfortable with where...
Nursing home fall cases should be pursed by an attorney who is very experienced in handling these cases. There are a good number of laws and regulations that apply here. I agree with the other posts, you should contact am experienced nursing home attorney immediately.
It is really impossible to evaluate your position based upon the limited information you have given. Most of the time a class action is a good way to proceed when each individual claim is minimal, but there are a lot of damages when adding all of the claimants together. You should contact an attorney directly about the specifics of your case.
There are many cases out there that go that far back. Whether the statute of limitations has run in your particular case largely depends on the specific facts regarding your exposure and medical condition. You definitely need to contact an attorney who specialized in asbestos cases to find out what your remedies may be.