When young men and women join America’s armed forces, they commit to protect our great nation.  They know they may be called into harm’s way at home or abroad.  But they accept that responsibility.

If called to war, servicemen and servicewomen know who the enemy is.  But U.S. veterans who served from the 1940s until 1980 faced a deadly foe that was unknown to them.Asbestos cash settlements

Asbestos was widely used in each branch of our armed forces but was particularly common in the U.S. Navy, Coast Guard, and Merchant Marine.  That’s because thousands of products containing asbestos were used on ships.  Men and women who served on Navy, Coast Guard, and Merchant Marine ships were routinely exposed to asbestos and its tiny, dust-like fibers that sometimes filled the air.

Today, an untold number of U.S. veterans are waging a new battle.  They are fighting for their lives because they have asbestos-related cancer.  It might be lung cancer.  Or a severe form of lung cancer called mesothelioma.  (pronounced:  mee-zoe-thee-lee-oh-ma)

The Keahey Law Firm has never taken legal action against ANY branch of our armed services, and we never will.  The blame for asbestos-related illnesses and death lies directly on the companies that make and sell asbestos.  Our firm, founded and led by a United States Army veteran, works to get multiple cash settlements for the veteran who is sick because of asbestos.  In fact, asbestos litigation is the only kind of law we practice.  It is our only focus.

If you are a United States veteran, we THANK YOU for serving our nation.  And if you have been diagnosed with lung cancer or mesothelioma, please get in touch with us as soon as possible.  You could be entitled to multiple cash awards.  You very likely will never be required to go to court to get these cash settlements.

We will examine your case at absolutely no charge to you and work to get your cash awards from the asbestos trust funds.

Please call 1-205-871-0707 and let us know if you are a U.S. veteran or if you are a family member of a U.S. veteran.  It will be a privilege for us to work on your behalf.