Representing Hawaii Asbestos Exposure Victims
Gori Julian & Associates, P.C. is a nationwide leader in asbestos litigation with more than 20 years of experience and a staff that is highly qualified and specially trained to handle complex asbestos lung cancer and mesothelioma cases.
We have handled thousands of asbestos exposure claims across the United States, obtaining over $1 billion in verdict awards and settlements for previous clients. Located in Madison County, Illinois, we try cases in a jurisdiction with a designated asbestos docket.
Timely results are important. Our law firm is committed to bringing living victims of asbestos exposure to trial within six to nine months of the date their lawsuits are filed.
We represent people throughout Hawaii who have been diagnosed with asbestos-related illnesses, including those exposed as a result of:
- Power plants
- Oil refineries such as Chevron
- Pearl Harbor shipyard
Why Gori Julian?
If you choose us, you'll work directly with attorneys who will guide you and your family through the litigation process and address your questions and concerns throughout this very difficult time. We may even be able to recommend doctors whom we've worked with in your area.
We encourage you to explore the links below to learn more about mesothelioma and our practice:
- Our firm
- Our nationwide practice
- The disease of mesothelioma
- The disease of asbestos lung cancer
- Your rights as a victim or family member
Call Us Toll Free for a Free Case Assessment
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with asbestos lung cancer or any type of mesothelioma, call us toll free at 888-362-6890 or contact us online.
"[U]nder the statute of limitations currently codified in HRS § 657-7, a cause of action does not 'accrue,' and the limitations period therefore does not begin to run, until the plaintiff knew or should have known of the defendant's negligence." Hays v. City and County of Honolulu, 81 Hawaii 391, 393 (Hawaii 1996).
Generally, "actions for the recovery of compensation for damage or injury to persons … shall be instituted within two years after the cause of action accrued, and not after…" Haw. Rev. Stat. § 657-7.
Any wrongful death action … "shall be commenced within two years from the date of death of the injured person, except as otherwise provided." Haw. Rev. Stat. § 663-3.Click Here for your free evaluation