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Written by attorney Gregory A Cade | Mar 13, 2017

Are Mesothelioma Compensation Amounts Unfair to Companies and Communities?

For the past couple of years, mesothelioma compensation amounts have come under scrutiny. The bone of contention is the so-called “double-dipping” practice which, some claim, is relatively common in asbestos-related litigation.

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Environmental Litigation Group P.C. is on the side of transparency and fair practices, including on the issue of mesothelioma compensation amounts. Our law firm is aware that transparency must be used to make sure that money remains available for all successful claimants in mesothelioma cases. Your personal information will not be made public; your rights will not be diminished in any way. The only thing that changes is that transparency makes it clear for all parties involved that a trust settlement has been awarded. The Environmental Litigation Group P.C. does not use unethical methods and genuinely cares about the well-being of communities. We want to be part of a drive for growth and do everything in our power to support, within the meaning of the law, those who deserve just compensation for the personal injury they have suffered.

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