Mesothelioma and Asbestos Injuries

Exposure to asbestos can cause mesothelioma, lung cancer, asbestosis or a non-cancerous thickening of the outside lining of the lung called pleural thickening. Other cancers, believed by some to be related to asbestos, include laryngeal, pharyngeal, and colon cancer...
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Medical Treatment Options

If you or a family member have been diagnosed with mesothelioma, asbestos-induced lung cancer or asbestosis, the first priority is to make sure you receive the best medical care...
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Casualty Litigation

Our firm's success has not been limited to mesothelioma or asbestos cases. The firm has also successfully prosecuted claims for Personal Injury, Catastrophic Injuries, Transportation Liability, Product Liability, Medical Malpractice, Construction Liability, Workplace Injuries, and Premises Liability...
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2016 Report

Local 17, Chicago, Early Detection Lung Cancer Screening Program

Sponsored by Local 17, Chicago, Heat and Frost Insulators Union at Northwestern Memorial Hospital click to see the 2016 Report.

Power of Attorney for Healthcare, Wills and Trusts, et al.

We can help prepare a Power of Attorney for Health Care, a Power of Attorney for Property or an Estate Plan for you or your family... More

Asbestos Manufacturer Internal Documents

The internal corporate documents of numerous asbestos manufacturers and corporations confirmed that they had actual knowledge about the dangers and hazards of asbestos exposure as early as the 1930�s, but hid or suppressed that information from workers and from the publics... Learn more

Tissue Banks:
Finding a Cure for Asbestos Cancers

The National Tissue Bank will provide physicians and researchers with a valuable resource to treat and hopefully cure asbestos-induced cancers... Learn more

Our Team

Terry Johnson has been representing Union Men and Women who have been catastrophically injured from exposure to asbestos since 1983... Learn more

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Our offices are at North Pier where Chicago�s first Mayor, William B. Ogden dug a slip to create a navigable waterway now called the Ogden Slip. We have been known to 'interview' some of our clients before, during or after a Summer�s day Architectural Cruise from North Pier.

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