Representing Arkansas Asbestos Exposure Victims
Gori Julian & Associates, P.C., is a nationwide leader in asbestos litigation. We have more than 20 years of experience, and we have a specially trained staff ready to handle these complex cases in Arkansas and nationwide.
Why Gori Julian?
Our law offices are located in Edwardsville, Illinois, in the heart of Madison County, but we are a national firm. Madison County is a jurisdiction with a designated asbestos docket and, as a result, we handle cases from every state. Since we began focusing our practice on these cases, we have obtained more than $1 billion in verdict awards and settlements.
We understand the importance of timing in these cases, and we are committed to bringing living victims of asbestos exposure to trial within six to nine months of the lawsuit filing. In order to avoid complications with the statute of limitations, contact us for a free case evaluation.
There are many sources of asbestos exposure in Arkansas, including household items, products and secondary exposure from loved ones. Additionally, we represent clients who have been exposed in relation to:
- Power plants — Arkansas Nuclear One, Carl S. Whillock Hydroelectric, Electric Cooperative of Arkansas, Flint Creek Power Plant, Independence Steam Electric Station, White Bluff Steam Electric Station, Thomas B. Fitzhugh Generating Station and John L. McClellan Generating Station
- Oil refineries — Berry Petroleum, Cross Oil and Lion Oil
To learn more about our law firm and our practice, we encourage you to explore the following links:
- Our firm
- Our nationwide practice
- The disease of mesothelioma
- The disease of asbestos lung cancer
- Your rights as a victim or family member
Contact Us for a Free Case Assessment
You can call our law offices directly, toll free at 888-362-6890 or contact us online. An experienced attorney from our firm will be available to discuss your potential lawsuit, answer your questions and address your concerns.
Our asbestos exposure lawyers may even be able to recommend doctors whom we've worked with in your area.
The statute of limitations does not commence running until the plaintiff knew or, by the exercise of reasonable diligence, should have discovered the cause of injuries suffered. Martin v. Arthur, 339 Ark. 149, 159 (Ark. 1999).
A three year statute of limitation is applied to causes of action involving negligence even though they are not specifically mentioned in Ark. Code. Ann. § 16-56-105. Faulkner v. Huie, 168 S.W.2d 839, 840 (Ark. 1943).
Actions for wrongful death must be commenced within three years of the person being wrongfully killed. Ark. Code §16-62-102(c).Click Here for your free evaluation