We are pleased to announce the addition of Jinnifer Jeresek Mariman to MHSL.
Jinnifer was born and raised in Libby, Montana and attended Montana State University on a women’s basketball scholarship. After graduation, Jinnifer served as a legislative assistant for Senator Max Baucus in Washington, D.C. Being raised in Libby, Montana and seeing first-hand the impacts of asbestos on her hometown inspired Jinnifer to attend law school.
During law school she served as the head law clerk for the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Portland, Oregon, prosecuting federal misdemeanors. Upon graduation, Jinnifer began...
Some victims of asbestos-related disease have until Feb. 25 for final chance to pursue claims against W.R. Grace
BY TRISTAN SCOTT // JAN 16, 2018 // FLATHEAD BEACON
More than three decades ago, the lawsuits against W.R. Grace & Co. began cropping up with relative obscurity, brought by former miners and their families who were exposed to the asbestos-laced vermiculite mined in Libby.
People were dying. And as that trend became clear in the mid-1980s, the first of many lawsuits asserted that company officials ignored warnings by state agencies to clean up the contaminated vermicul...
DEADLINE APPROACHING TO FILE LIBBY ASBESTOS CLAIMS
January 07, 2018 at 6:15 pm | By LYNNETTE HINTZE Daily Inter Lake
People who were diagnosed with Libby asbestos-related disease prior to Feb. 25, 2015, have until Feb. 25 this year to ﬁle a claim against W.R. Grace & Co. as part of the company’s bankruptcy proceedings.
A personal injury trust was set up with a three-year time frame as part of the Grace bankruptcy proceedings to handle personal injury claims, according to Roger Sullivan, an attorney with the Kalispell law ﬁrm McGarvey, Heberling, Sullivan & Lacey, which represents a majority of Libby...