Like the majority of personal injury claims, asbestos exposure claims have a statute of limitations in the United States. The statute of limitations is 3 years from the moment you are diagnosed with a disease caused by asbestos exposure, but it may be shorter or longer depending on where you live.
For this reason, we strongly advise you to contact our team of experts as soon as you receive your diagnosis, since if the statute of limitations expires, you are no longer eligible for compensation. The following are the statutes of limitations for every state when it comes to asbestos exposure claims:
It is worthy of note that the statute of limitations for asbestos exposure claims of your state may change, which is why it is crucial to contact Atraxia Law as soon as possible. Otherwise, you will not be able to benefit from the compensation you deserve for your injury. After you reach out to our team of professionals, we will carefully evaluate your situation to determine whether you are eligible for filing a claim for asbestos exposure, which will ease the next steps of the legal process significantly.
The team of Atraxia Law has been dedicating its endeavors to helping victims of asbestos exposure find out whether they are eligible for filing a claim for the past 35 years. We are here to make the process of filing a claim as easy as possible for you, as we are aware that most people who struggle with diseases caused by asbestos exposure are elderly and in a lot of suffering.
Our experts will take into consideration every aspect of your case to eventually let you know if you can file a claim for asbestos exposure with the asbestos trust funds of the companies whose products you came in contact with, as well as with the VA, if you are a veteran.