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A Local Firm That Has Handled Over 1,000 Asbestos Claims

Montana workers who have had prolonged exposure to asbestos need to be concerned with the potential long-term effect that this will have upon their health. One of the more common ailments that impacts many of these workers is asbestosis, which can cause shortness of breath or coughing, and this can result in significant damage to the lungs.

Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for people suffering with asbestosis to develop more serious health conditions, including lung cancer or mesothelioma. If you or a loved one is suffering symptoms that you feel may be connected to exposure to asbestos, you must have an experienced lawyer review your claim.

At Kovacich Snipes, P.C., for more than three decades, our attorneys have provided aggressive representation to workers who have been exposed to asbestos. We have handled more than 1,000 asbestos-related cases for our clients. We know what is necessary for you to recover maximum compensation.

Why Hire Us For Your Case

There are firms across the country that handle asbestosis or lung cancer from asbestos exposure claims. You might never meet your attorney, and have difficulty determining what is happening with your claims.

When you work with our firm, you will have an attorney who knows how the law operates in regards to asbestos claims. We will thoroughly review your claim, and make sure that we are pursuing all of the compensation that is available to you.

After preparing your case, our attorneys will be there to assist you with all stages of your claim, including litigation, if it is necessary. We have recovered more than $300 million dollars for our past clients in serious injury cases, and many of our lawyers have received Trial Lawyer of the Year awards from the Montana Trial Lawyers Association.

Learn More About What We Can Do To Help

We are the firm other firms call to help them take on their tough cases. We have the skills, experience and resources available to us to help you recover maximum compensation. Call our Great Falls office at 406-564-1743 or send us an email to schedule your free consultation.