Representing Washington Asbestos Exposure Victims
Gori Julian & Associates, P.C. is a nationwide leader in asbestos litigation. Since we began focusing on these cases, we have obtained over $1 billion in verdict awards and settlements for our clients in Washington and across the United States. We try these cases in Madison County, Illinois, a jurisdiction with a designated asbestos docket.
In asbestos litigation, timely results are important. We are dedicated to bringing living victims of asbestos exposure to trial within six to nine months of their lawsuits being filed.
Most asbestos lung cancer or mesothelioma victims in Washington were exposed to asbestos on the job in settings such as:
- Power plants — Columbia Generating Station, City of Tacoma Power Plant, Hanford Nuclear Site, Time Oil Company and Washington Public Power Plants
- Oil Refineries — U.S. Oil and Refining, Chevron Crackling Plant, Tosco Refining, Mobil Oil, Shell Oil Refinery, Texaco Oil Refinery, Puget Sound Refining Company, Equilon and Arco Oil Refinery
- Shipyards — Bremerton Naval Shipyard, Duwamish Shipyard, Lake Union Drydock, Lockhead Shipyard, Marco Shipyard, Everett Naval Station, Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, Puget Sound Bridge Yards, Tacoma Drydock, Vancouver Shipyard and Voyage Repair Station
- Metalworks — Columbia Aluminum, Alcoa, Kaiser Aluminum, Intalco Aluminum, Columbia Aluminum, Harvey Aluminum and Reynolds Metals Aluminum Plant
- Chemical plants — Dow Chemical Plant, Chevron Chemical Plant and UNOCAL Chemical Plant
- Fairchild Air Force Base
To learn more about our firm and our asbestos litigation practice, explore our website:
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"[T]he discovery rule will postpone the running of the statute of limitations only until the time a plaintiff, through the exercise of due diligence, should have discovered the basis for the cause of action. A cause of action will accrue on that date even if actual discovery did not occur until a later date." Clare v. Saberhagen Holdings, Inc., 129 Wash.App. 599, 603 (Wash.Ct. App. 2005).
Personal Injury/Wrongful Death:
Actions for personal injury or wrongful death must be commenced within three years from the accrual of a cause of action. RCW 4.16.080.Click Here for your free evaluation