Mesothelioma Trial Lawyers

Success Stories

  • Dangerous Conditions Success Story
    Larry was an electrician exposed to asbestos at various job sites in Northern Indiana. After Larry was diagnosed with mesothelioma, a terminal cancer caused by asbestos, the Myers filed a lawsuit alleging certain premises owners and manufacturers of ...
  • Dangerous Products Success Story
    On March 2, 2016, the Indiana Supreme Court held 3-2 that the IPLA Statute of Repose is unconstitutional where an inherently dangerous product causes a disease that cannot be diagnosed within the 10 year repose period. This is a monumental decision ...
  • Holding Landlords Accountable for Dangerous Lead Conditions
    In Erwin v. Roe , the Erwins two-year old son was exposed to dangerous lead paint in an apartment they were renting. After learning of their son’s injuries, the Erwins filed a lawsuit against the landlord due to her failure to disclose the ...
  • Holding Premises Owners Responsible for Dangerous Conditions
    Certain premises owners have regularly asked Courts to excuse them from any responsibility when dangerous conditions on their land injure contractors working there. In Myers v. Bremen Casting , George & Farinas client Larry Myers was exposed to ...
  • Keeping Indiana Law Fair
    The asbestos and insurance industries have spent countless hours and dollars lobbying the Indiana legislature to enact unfair laws in an effort to obtain immunity for their actions, or otherwise make is significantly harder and more expensive to hold ...
  • Leading the Way Against Johnson & Johnson’s Attempts to Delay Trials
    In 2019, Johnson & Johnson attempted to remove over 1,000 talcum powder lawsuits filed against it to Federal Court, in an effort to delay trials and consolidate cases in what J&J believed to be a single location favorable to it. Among the removed ...
  • Limiting Contractor & Premise Owner Immunity
    In Gill vs. Evansville Sheet Metal, the Indiana Supreme Court drastically limited the immunity of premise owners and contractors for dangerous asbestos conditions. In Gill , George & Farinas’ client Sharon Gill sued Evansville Sheet Metal for its ...

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