Representing Rhode Island 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 cases.
Why Gori Julian?
Our location in Madison County, Illinois, allows us to bring these cases to trial quickly as we are in a jurisdiction with a designated asbestos docket. Since we began focusing on these cases, our lawyers have obtained more than $1 billion in settlements and verdict awards for our clients.
Representing Asbestos Exposure Victims in Rhode Island
Over the years, workers throughout Rhode Island were exposed to asbestos in the workplace, including job sites such as the United Nuclear Corporation and the Newport Naval Yard. To learn more about our firm and mesothelioma litigation, view 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 Evaluation
If you choose Gori Julian & Associates, P.C., you'll work directly with mesothelioma attorneys who will guide you and your family through the litigation process and address your questions and concerns throughout this very difficult time. Call us our office directly for a free case assessment or contact us online.
"[W]hen the fact of the injury is unknown to the plaintiff when it occurs, the applicable statute of limitations will be tolled and will not begin to run until, in the exercise of reasonable diligence, the plaintiff should have discovered the injury or some injury-causing wrongful conduct." Martin v. Howard, 784 A.2d 291, 299 (R.I. 2001).
"Actions for injuries to the person shall be commenced and sued within three (3) years next after the cause of action shall accrue, and not after…" R.I. Gen.Laws § 9-1-14 (b).
"With respect to any death caused by any wrongful act, neglect or default which is not known at the time of death, the action shall be commenced within three (3) years of the time that the wrongful act, neglect or default is discovered or, in the exercise of reasonable diligence, should have been discovered." R.I Gen. Laws § 10-7-2.Click Here for your free evaluation