Woodstock Trial Attorneys
At Belluck & Fox, LLP, our nationally recognized law firm focuses solely on complex personal injury claims. Our skilled Belluck & Fox attorneys in Woodstock fight for the rights of individuals and families who have been harmed by the negligence of others, and our firm has successfully recovered more than $1 billion for our deserving clients.
Our Woodstock trial attorneys have earned a reputation for taking on insurance giants and large corporations in court. We have the experience and resources necessary to help clients recover much-needed compensation for medical costs, lost income, future expenses, and pain and suffering related to their injuries or illnesses.
We understand how it often feels as though the law benefits only the powerful. Belluck & Fox uses the law to obtain justice for everyday hardworking people and their loved ones.
How Our Woodstock Mesothelioma Trial Attorneys Can Help You
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For decades, asbestos was commonly used in commercial, industrial, construction and household products — despite being known as a dangerous carcinogen. The companies that manufactured asbestos products knew of these dangers, but they failed to warn workers and consumers.
Asbestos has been shown to cause mesothelioma, lung cancer, asbestosis and other life-threatening illnesses. Now, people who were exposed to the toxic fibers decades ago are still being diagnosed with asbestos-related diseases.
Our law firm’s primary practice area is asbestos litigation. Our knowledgeable Belluck & Fox Woodstock trial attorneys have spent more than 20 years helping asbestos victims and their families get justice for the harm they have suffered. As a client, you can trust our savvy legal team to:
- Provide a free consultation to answer all questions and explain all options
- Identify every potential source of compensation, including asbestos trusts, lawsuits and government benefits
- Employ the necessary resources to research and document your history of exposure to asbestos
- Help you navigate the complex claims process, as well as anticipate and address potential challenges
- Take the burden off you by managing all communication, paperwork and legal legwork involved in your case
To get more information about how our law firm can help you and your family, please contact a knowledgeable Woodstock personal injury attorneys at Belluck & Fox through our website or by phone at (845) 684-4001. We do not charge anything upfront, and our contingency fee policy dictates that we don’t collect a fee unless we get results for you.
Why Choose Our Trial Law Firm?
- High-quality representation and compassionate service from experienced mesothelioma attorneys
- More than $1 billion in verdicts and settlements
- Recommended by mesothelioma patients and their families
- Focused on providing the best possible care and outcome for our clients
Legal Services – Mesothelioma
Belluck & Fox Woodstock legal services secured more than $1 billion for asbestos victims and their families throughout New York and across the United States. Our Woodstock mesothelioma lawyers have decades of experience successfully fighting for full and fair compensation for clients through a variety of avenues, including:
- Asbestos Bankruptcy Funds
- Mesothelioma Settlements and Lawsuits
- Veterans’ Benefits
- Social Security Disability Benefits
- Workers’ Compensation Benefits
Please call us or contact us online now to learn more about your legal right to financial compensation if you or a loved one has been diagnosed with mesothelioma or another asbestos-related disease. Our dedicated product liability attorneys are here to serve you. We can answer all your questions and provide you with whatever information you need to move forward.
Renowned authorities such as Martindale-Hubbell, Best Lawyers and Super Lawyers recognize Belluck & Fox as some of America’s top litigators. But more important, we are honored that our former clients have recognized our mesothelioma lawyers for compassion and dedication during trying times:
“I want to express my sincere thanks to you and your team for your hard work and dedication to my case, words cannot express my heartfelt gratitude in how you and your team have change our lives for the better.” – Veston Lorde
“I would like to say that everyone at Belluck & Fox is absolutely wonderful and that the culture of your company must come from the top. Our family appreciates all that you have done for us.” – former client
Our Top-Rated Lawyers Explain What to Expect
At Belluck & Fox, our dedicated Woodstock lawyers work closely with mesothelioma patients and their families, reviewing all options for pursuing compensation. Although not every case requires filing a lawsuit, we think it is important for clients to understand how we work so they know what to expect.
Start with a free case evaluation
We will send a knowledgeable mesothelioma lawyer to meet with you and your family wherever is most convenient for you ─ at home, in the hospital, or at a caregiver’s house. We take your health seriously; you should not have to travel for a consultation. During this initial meeting, we will discuss your diagnosis, symptoms, treatment options and your work history, as well as any military service.
Your attorney will launch an investigation to prepare your case
A mesothelioma diagnosis can come 15 to 60 years after a person was exposed to asbestos. That’s why our experienced Woodstock legal services team conducts a thorough investigation based on what you remember about where you worked or where you served, as well as the types of products you handled or that were around you. This helps pinpoint which companies are responsible for your asbestos exposure.
Your attorney will file a complaint with the court
Once we have gathered the evidence necessary to prove how and when you were exposed to asbestos, we will file a complaint with the court. This will include details about your diagnosis and treatment, as well as the names of the companies or other parties from which you are demanding compensation. Please note, in these cases, we’re generally not suing an employer or the military. Rather, a mesothelioma lawsuit targets manufacturers, suppliers and distributors of asbestos materials.
Both sides will exchange information during the discovery process
Your trial attorney may record an interview with you — called a deposition — to ask you questions about the case. Again, this interview can be done at a place convenient for you, so you do not have to travel for court. Your attorney may also interview former coworkers, medical experts and life care planners to provide support for your case. All this information will be shared with the defendants during the discovery process to show how strong your case for compensation is.
You may be offered a settlement, or your mesothelioma lawsuit may head to trial
Most mesothelioma cases that are handled by strong trial attorneys end in full and fair settlements because the defendants simply don’t want to risk facing off in court. In some cases, your attorney may advise you to take your case before a judge or jury to demand the maximum verdict or judgment you deserve.
In some cases, you may face an appeal
Successful mesothelioma lawsuits can result in patients and their families receiving extremely large compensation amounts. So companies may try to appeal those decisions. That’s why Belluck & Fox has an experienced mesothelioma appellate attorney on our team.
About the Law Firm
For more than 20 years, Belluck & Fox Woodstock law firm has represented people in all types of product liability claims, from dangerous drugs and defective auto parts to dangerous children’s toys, defective construction equipment and asbestos cases. Our highly respected New York law firm is proud to fight for the rights of injured and ill individuals and secure the justice they deserve.
Our Woodstock law firm serves people throughout Ulster County and the Hudson Valley Region. We also take on complex personal injury claims across the state through our offices in New York City, Rochester and the Capital District, and our respected asbestos attorneys handle cases from across the country.