A mesothelioma lawyer practicing in the state of Louisiana should have complete knowledge of Louisiana state and local laws related to asbestos exposure. They need to understand liability issues and how victims affected by asbestos-related complications and diseases like mesothelioma cancer can get compensation. Only a lawyer who has extensive experience with Louisiana mesothelioma laws and regulations can work effectively to cut through the complex matters and procedures.
The law firm of Early, Lucarelli, Sweeney and Meisenkothen has a team of lawyers with knowledge and practical involvement in Louisiana mesothelioma and asbestos cases. We have represented clients in more than fifty Louisiana cities and towns, and our record for handling Louisiana mesothelioma litigation to the best of our ability is without equal.
Job Sites in Louisiana with Documented Mesothelioma Cases
Perhaps the highest-risk place for asbestos exposure, which may lead to mesothelioma cancer, is on the job. Thousands of major jobsites throughout Louisiana have put unsuspecting workers at risk for exposure to asbestos.
ELSM mesothelioma lawyers have represented clients who worked at the following major job sites in Louisiana:
- Allied Chemical Corp. – North Baton Rouge, Geismar
- American Cyanamid Company – Westwego
- Avondale Shipyard – Avondale
- Borden Chemical Company – Geismar
- Cities Service Refining Corp – Lake Charles
- Dow Chemical Company – Plaquemine
- Esso Standard Oil Co. – Baton Rouge
- Exxon Refinery – Baton Rouge
- Freeport Sulphur Company – Harvey
- Gulf States Utilities – St. Gabriel
- Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical Corporation – Chalmette, Baton Rouge
- Louisiana Power and Light Co. – Westwego, New Orleans
- Louisiana State University – Baton Rouge
- Olin Mathieson Chemical Corp. – Lake Charles
- PPG Industries – Lake Charles
- Shell Oil Company – New Orleans
- Standard Oil Company Of Louisiana – Baton Rouge
- Todd Shipyard – New Orleans
- Shell Oil – Norco
- United States Naval Station – New Orleans
Asbestos exposure has occurred in many other jobsites in Louisiana as well. We can work with you or your loved one who was exposed to asbestos while on the job no matter where in Louisiana you live and work, either currently or in the past.
ELSM Mesothelioma Clients in Louisiana
The lawyers of Early, Lucarelli, Sweeney and Meisenkothen have represented mesothelioma clients all over the state of Louisiana. Our clients live in the towns and cities of Louisiana listed below:
- Baton Rouge, LA (3)
- Bogalusa, LA (1)
- Covington, LA (1)
- Harahan, LA (1)
- Houma, LA (1)
- Jena, LA (1)
- Kenner, LA (2)
- Lacombe, LA (1)
- LaPlace, LA (1)
- Loranger, LA (1)
- Mandeville, LA (1)
- Marrero, LA (7)
- Monroe, LA (1)
- New Iberia, LA (1)
- New Orleans, LA (1)
- Praireville, LA (1)
- River-Ridge, LA (1)
- Roanoke, LA (1)
- Ruston, LA (1)
- St. Martinville, LA (1)
- Terrytown, LA (1)
- Thibodaux, LA (2)
- West Monroe, LA (1)
- Westwego, LA (1)
ELSM Mesothelioma Settlements for clients living in Louisiana
Please note that individual cases vary based upon a number of factors, and prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome. If you have any questions about your legal rights, please contact us immediately.
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Louisiana Mesothelioma Statute of Limitations
In Louisiana, the statute of limitations for mesothelioma and asbestos claims is 1 year from date of diagnosis. For wrongful death claims, victims’ families have 1 year from the time a loved one passes away to file their claim, according to the statute.
Because there is only a short time to gather evidence and file a claim, mesothelioma victims in Louisiana and their families must act quickly to find a lawyer who is experienced with asbestos-related claims. Failing to act before the statute of limitations runs out could result in a loss of rights to compensation for you or your family.
Don't Lose Your Rights to File in Louisiana
If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with mesothelioma, request a free evaluation of your legal rights. The evaluation is completely free and our attorneys will travel to visit you at your convenience should you so desire. We understand how difficult a time this is for you and will assist in any way that we can. You can also call us toll-free at 1-800-336-0086 to learn more.