Representing South Dakota Asbestos Exposure Victims
If you or a loved one in South Dakota has been diagnosed with asbestos lung cancer or mesothelioma, you can trust Gori Julian & Associates, P.C. to aggressively pursue the compensation you and your family are entitled to for your illness.
Our firm is a national leader in asbestos litigation, and we bring a wealth of experience to these complex cases. Our lawyers and staff have obtained more than $1 billion in settlements and verdict awards for our past clients.
Our firm is dedicated to bringing living victims of asbestos lung cancer and mesothelioma to trial within six to nine months of their lawsuits being filed. We try these cases in Madison County, Illinois, a jurisdiction with a designated asbestos docket.
Dedicated Mesothelioma Attorneys
We represent asbestos exposure victims throughout South Dakota, including those who were exposed at job sites such as Big Stone Power Plant and Pathfinder Power Plant.
When you choose us to handle your case, we will guide you and your family through the litigation process and address your questions and concerns throughout this difficult time. To learn more about our practice, see:
- Our firm
- Our nationwide practice
- The disease of mesothelioma
- The disease of asbestos lung cancer
- Your rights as a victim or family member
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To arrange a free case assessment, call our office toll free at 888-362-6890 or contact us online.
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S.D. Codified Law § 17-1-4.
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