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MEET OUR STAFF

At Asbestos Action, we understand that you and your family are going through a difficult process, and we want to be here for you. We really care about your struggle, and that’s why we have a dedicated and experienced team ready to help you get the answers you need and the compensation you deserve. Learn more about what sets us apart, what people like you have said about their experiences, and get to know our staff.

If you would like to learn more about asbestos exposure, the diseases it causes, or why you should take legal action now, click on the links or simply use the navigation above.

Why Choose Us

When you call to speak to one of our staff members, we want you to make a friend you feel comfortable contacting whenever you need guidance or comfort. That's why whoever you speak with will provide you with his or her direct phone number. This person will always be available to you throughout the process to answer questions, big or small.

We also have the experience to get you the compensation you deserve. With over 10 years of experience in asbestos claims, we've helped collect millions of dollars in settlements for people just like you. We also understand that time is of the essence, and if you have a claim, we will start investigating your case immediately. We know how bills can pile up, and that’s why we strive to get you the compensation you deserve as fast as possible.


Client Testimonials:

We have been able to help people in the same difficult situation as you get the care and compensation you deserve. See what they had to say:

“You have been so kind, understanding and helpful during this difficult time in our family’s life.” – Barbara, OH

“I have called Greg about 10 times over the past 6 months, and he has been courteous and informative every time we have spoken. Greg and the rest of the staff at Asbestos Action treated me not only as a client but also as a friend.” – Adeline, TX

“Thank you for listening. This has been a very difficult time for my family and it helps just to have someone listen and talk to us about what our options are.” - Maggy, OK

“Prior to seeing your ad, I had no idea there were legal options for people in our shoes. Thank you for taking the time to explain the options available to us and how the process works step by step.” – Walter, MS

Read more about what others had to say . . .

“I appreciate your compassion and professionalism. You have been great. I can’t believe how quickly you have gotten back to me. That is wonderful service. Thanks, Amy.” – Lisa, CA

“Because l live in a very remote location, Paula helped me to locate a pulmonologist not too far away. She was very helpful.” –Doris, MN

“Paula is a very caring person and an asset to your organization.” – Charles, NC

“Greg helped me find local support groups and programs available at the hospital where my husband was being treated. I called for legal help but got so much more.” –Ethel, FL

Meet Our Staff

We want you to feel comfortable talking to us about any aspect of your experience. Get to know our staff members, because we look forward to getting to know and help you.

Explore our staff profiles to get to become acquainted with us. Read more…

Paula

Paula is originally from Massachusetts and throughout the years she has also lived in Madison, WI; Fort Wayne, IN Jackson, TN; Albany, GA; and Sarasota, FL. She is a mother of two, the granddaughter of a WW1 Army Veteran, the daughter of a WW11 Navy veteran, and the wife of a Vietnam Air Force veteran.

Her volunteer efforts consist of helping to raise money for many organizations such as American Cancer (Society Relay for Life), March of Dimes (Dining for Dimes), GraceWay (recovery center for woman with dependencies), and American Cancer Society for Breast Cancer Awareness.

Paula has also been a strong supporter of the Boys and Girls Club, Salvation Army, Habitat for Humanity, Dana Farber, St Jude Hospital and a patron of the arts. She has also served on the board of WRAP (woman’s rape assistance program) and was a former president of the PTA in Wisconsin.

Greg

Greg is a college graduate of Lehigh University in Bethlehem, PA. He has lived in numerous northeastern, midwestern and southern states. Greg is familiar with the Spanish language from his studies while in school.

Greg has donated many hours of his free time to community service including: reading to children, speaking to high school students about leadership and work ethic, dressing up as Santa Claus and delivering gifts to underprivileged families, fundraising for cancer research, “walking a mile” for low income families, packing and loading 5,000 turkey dinners for hungry families during Thanksgiving, preparing taxes for low income families, and participating in revitalization projects for communities in need of repair. Additionally, Greg donates monies to over 30 non-profit organizations each year.

Barbara

Barbara is the daughter of a Korean Conflict and Vietnam veteran. She is the mother of four children and her oldest daughter served in the Army in Iraq and Afghanistan. She is originally from West Virginia, and has lived in Kentucky, Florida, and Michigan. She also has five grandchildren.

As a former life and health insurance agent, Barbara has a passion for helping people understand Medicare, employer health plans and VA benefits. Her volunteer efforts include: March of Dimes, the Alzheimer's Association, Warm Blessings (providing meals to families in need), Girl Scouts of America, St. Jude's, and Soldiers' Angels.

Leanne

Leanne was born in Mostyn, North Wales in the United Kingdom, the daughter of an Army major and Vietnam veteran. She became a citizen of the United States when she was three years old; family travels took her around the United States and she has lived in every state. Leanne is the mother of two children and has two grandchildren. Her son, the youngest, is an active Marine and her daughter, the oldest, is married to an officer in the Army. As a child, she loved music and the water. She was the lead vocalist for The New Review which opened the USO campaign in 1985. She was one of the youngest Olympic hopefuls of 1986 until a tragic accident left her paralyzed for over one year. Now fully recovered, she has a strong desire to help those in need.

Leanne and her husband of 22 years have opened their home to more than fifty individuals in need of help. She is an active advocate for the homeless and works with victims of domestic violence. In addition, she has spoken at high schools around the country on inclusion of special needs and challenged youth, and educated many organizations on working with disabled employees. Leanne holds a degree in science and medical billing, and has worked in real-estate, retail, marketing, and the legal field. Her life’s desire is to research and discover a cure for epilepsy and other neurological diseases.

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