Bailey Cowan Heckaman PLLC’s own Aaron Heckaman was invited to speak on the topic of “Special Issues in Asbestos Depositions and Settlements” on Friday, September 23 at Harris Martin’s Midwest Asbestos Litigation Conference in St. Louis, MI.
This CLE-accredited event covered a variety of topics related to asbestos litigation and Aaron, along with Rebecca Nickelson of HeplerBroom, LLC, focused on rules of various jurisdictions, how stip letters can help both the plaintiffs and the defense, and settlement strategies.
After attorneys in the United States pass the bar exam, they are required to complete a minimum number of required CLE, or continuing legal education hours in order to maintain their license to practice law. Some jurisdictions also require a minimum number of CLE hours to practice specific areas of law, including asbestos litigation.
These training sessions are made possible by the experienced and knowledgeable attorneys invited to speak and lead discussions at the event, and we are proud to see Aaron be recognized for his accomplishments in the field of asbestos litigation. He, along with his fellow mesothelioma attorneys at Bailey Cowan Heckaman PLLC, have dedicated their careers to remaining at the forefront of mesothelioma litigation to ensure that our clients receive the justice and medical treatment they need and deserve.
Asbestos and mesothelioma litigation can prove to be a uniquely complicated legal area, which is why our law firms has a team specifically dedicated to handling these types of cases. No matter how or when asbestos exposure occurred, we’ve have experience and know how to handle your case. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with mesothelioma, contact our mesothelioma lawyers at Bailey Cowan Heckaman PLLC Cowan Heckaman today by calling us, or by filling out our online form. Manufacturers have known about the cancerous nature of asbestos for decades and did nothing to stop innocent victims from being exposed. You deserve better treatment, and we’re here to provide you with the high level of care you need.