How Much Is Your Mesothelioma Case Worth?
Learn how much your mesothelioma case could be worth and the factors that can affect your case value. In our online presentation, mesothelioma patients and loved ones will discover key differences between the types of mesothelioma claims, what they can expect when filing a lawsuit and how this money can help cover treatment costs and other expenses.
Learn how much your mesothelioma case could be worth. Hosts Joe Lahav, Esquire, & Registered Nurse Sean Marchese discuss how much you can expect to get when you file a mesothelioma claim and how this money can help you pay for treatment expenses. Sign up now!
Joe Lahav, EsquireLawyer and On-Site Legal Advisor
Sean Marchese, MS, RNOncology Medical Writer and Registered Nurse
Get Answers to Common Legal FAQs
- Tips for balancing your medical and legal needs
- The difference between mesothelioma trials, settlements and trust fund claims
- How you can prove asbestos exposure
- How to select the right mesothelioma lawyer for you
- Average timeline of a mesothelioma lawsuit
- How compensation is paid out
You’ll also get access to the free Q&A session that our legal advisor and medical expert hosted after the presentation.
Learn from Our Legal Advisor and Registered Nurse
Presentation hosts Lahav and Nurse Marchese have spent years helping mesothelioma patients and their families. Lahav knows the process of filing mesothelioma claims and can explain how much compensation patients and loved ones can expect to get. Nurse Marchese helps patients learn about emerging treatments in the fight against mesothelioma.
Joe Lahav, EsquireAs the lawyer and legal advisor at The Mesothelioma Center for more than 10 years, Joe Lahav understands the ins and outs of mesothelioma claims and works to make sure that patients and loved ones get the help they deserve. He graduated with a juris doctorate from the University of Florida College of Law in 2000, and he’s licensed to practice in Florida and Washington, D.C.
Sean Marchese, MS, RNAs a registered nurse with more than 10 years in clinical experience, including pain management, Sean Marchese has planned and led experimental clinical trials in oncology involving immunotherapy, chemotherapy, radiation therapy and tumor treating fields. He has been a member of the American Nurses Association since 2017.