Three words: Experience. Commitment. Passion. These three words describe the mesothelioma attorneys at Allen Stewart, P.C. and the qualities we bring to each client’s case. These words resonate in the results we’ve achieved for our clients and the personal care and attention we give each and every person we have the honor to serve.
Our commitment and our passion are reflected in our track record: our individual attorneys have collectively amassed an impressive list of honors and recognitions. From Al Stewart’s being named one of the Most Successful Young Litigators in America by The National Law Journal in 2002 to Steve Baughman Jensen’s receipt of the “Trial Lawyer of the Year” award in 2006 from the venerable national public interest law firm Public Justice, our attorneys’ many achievements set us apart.
At Allen Stewart, P.C., you are doing more than hiring a law firm to represent you in your fight. You are building a relationship with a close-knit, dedicated team of professionals whose mission is to achieve the justice you deserve. We deeply value our relationships with our clients and the faith and trust they have put in us. Our goal is to provide the highest-quality legal services we can while always respecting and honoring each client as the unique person they are.
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Nationwide Personal Service
Because we are a small law firm, our attorneys pride ourselves on providing prompt, attentive, personal service to individual clients throughout the United States. If we accept your case, our five-lawyer team will personally litigate your claims, rather than referring the case to other lawyers to do the legal work. We commit to provide prompt, individual attention tailored to your specific needs, questions, and circumstances. We start that commitment by responding to any potential client who contacts us within 24 hours.
Our mesothelioma attorneys have represented victims of toxic exposure from coast-to-coast, including in cases filed in Texas, Louisiana, California, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Oklahoma, New York, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Maine, North Carolina, Florida, Georgia, Delaware, Oregon, Washington, Colorado, Tennessee, Kentucky, Arizona, Alabama, and West Virginia.