Highlights

Pro bono/Community Service

NYU Medical Center, Partner

The Mesothelioma Center at Columbia University, Partner

Mesothelioma Program at the University of Chicago Medical Center, Partner

University of Pennsylvania Mesothelioma and Pleural Disease Program, Partner

The Mesothelioma Specialty Care Center at the University of Pittsburger and UPMC Cancer Centers, Partner

Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of California, San Francisco, Partner

Nearly $20 Million Donated to Cancer Research

Verdicts/Settlements

$2.86 Million Awarded to Delaware Factory Worker

$ 3 Million Awarded to New York Pipefitter

$34.1 Million Awarded to Missouri Resident

$250 Million Awarded in Mesothelioma Case

$2.4 Million Awarded to 73-year-old Ohio Mechanic

$2.5 Million Awarded to Missouri Aircraft Mechanic

$2.4 Million Awarded to Missouri Insulator Worker

$1.86 Million Awarded to 79-year-old Illinois Worker

$3.7 Million Awarded to Illinois HVAC Worker

$2 Million Awarded to Florida Navy Boiler Tender

$3.2 Million Awarded to Illinois Steelworker

$2.1 Million Awarded to Indiana Steelworker

$2.82 Awarded to 60-year-old Mississippi Mechanic

$2.3 Million Awarded to Missouri Powerhouse worker

$2 Million Awarded to Georgia Navy Veteran

$3 Million Awarded to Idaho Auto Mechanic

$2.85 Million Awarded to Ohio Electrician

$3 Million Awarded to Career Navy Veteran

$3 Million Awarded to Illinois Millwright

$3.9 Million Awarded to 50-year-old Missouri Engineer

$2.5 Million Awarded to Iowa Plastics Factory Worker

$3.6 Million Awarded to 72-year-old Auto Mechanic

$3.45 Million Awarded to New Jersey Truck Mechanic

$2 Million Awarded to Illinois Powerhouse Worker

$1.67 Million Awarded to 76-year-old Navy Veteran

$2.92 Million Awarded to Nevada Operating Engineer

$3.65 Million Awarded to NC HVAC/Shipyard Worker

$2.3 Million Awarded to California Shipyard Worker

$3 Million Awarded to Missouri Dry Wall Worker

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