The Northwest's Premier Asbestos Lawyers

  • Over $500 Million in settlements
  • Only Firm in the Pacific Northwest exclusive to Asbestos
  • Handle more mesothelioma cases than any other firm in Northwest
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Every asbestos case is unique and your individual circumstances determine the value of your case. The attorneys at Bergman Draper Ladenburg Hart will fight to get the best possible result for you. We focus solely on asbestos cases and handle more asbestos cases than any other firm in the Pacific Northwest and with better outcomes.

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Who we are

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Bergman Draper Ladenburg Hart is a team of asbestos lawyers and support staff dedicated to helping individuals and families coping with the hardship of asbestos diseases. Not only do we work hard to get the best outcome for your asbestos claim, but we support you throughout the process with compassion and respect. We care about our clients.

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Results and Testimonials

We have won more than $500 million for our clients and will work diligently to get the best possible result for your asbestos claim. Bergman Draper Ladenburg Hart has achieved record setting awards for victims exposed to asbestos at work or at home and through primary or secondary exposure. We are dedicated asbestos lawyers ready to help you today.

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Our Partners

Matthew P. Bergman

Matthew Bergman founded Bergman Legal in 1995, is a nationally respected attorney in the field of mesothelioma law. Bergman is involved with philanthropic activities promoting literacy programs and education for the under-served through the Maasai Children's Initiative.

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Glenn S. Draper

Glenn S. Draper has been helping asbestos victims for more than a decade, fighting against big business and government abuses of workers over his entire career. He has been recognized for his work with the Innocence Project and his pro bono efforts.

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Brian F. Ladenburg

Brian F. Ladenburg is an experienced litigator focusing on fighting corporations accused of exposing workers to asbestos. He has focused on holding companies accountable for workers injury and death. Ladenburg was recognized in 2004 as a rising star in Washington law.

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Introducing new partner Thomas H. Hart III

Thomas H. Hart III is our newest partner and is a highly respected attorney and litigator specializing in asbestos litigation. He has gained national recognition fighting for asbestos victims in more than 40 states and various international courts. Tom’s verdicts won for asbestos clients are staggering, and he led the first national class action suit for those ravaged by asbestos disease. He writes and lectures on asbestos law, liability and compensation to provide guidance for fellow attorneys. In addition to his success with negotiated settlements, Tom has defeated corporations that have exposed clients to hazards and toxins in more than 20 states.

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Seattle Law Firm Dedicated to Asbestos Victims Welcomes Attorney Tom Hart

Since 1995, the attorneys and staff of Bergman Draper Ladenburg have dedicated themselves to protecting asbestos exposure victims, and have expanded our presence with the addition of Thomas H...

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Huge Court Victory for Woman with Second Hand Asbestos Exposure

Jury awards 89 year-old woman $1.1 million for second hand asbestos exposure from husband’s work clothes. It’s common knowledge by now that working in and around asbestos can lead...

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Asbestos in Brake Products Imports: Are Mechanics at Risk?

There has been a wide array of products manufactured over the years that contained asbestos. What’s frightening is that, even with the known health risks, many manufacturers still choose...

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Despite Health Risks, Canada Continues to Use Pipes with Asbestos

New Construction will Contain Asbestos Although the health risks of asbestos are widely known and have been known for decades, many countries still allow its usage including the US...

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