Joel manages asbestos-related commercial property damage claims for our firm and has over 34 years of asbestos investigative experience. In addition, he oversees the processing of asbestos bankruptcy claims, which has over 30 billion dollars available for asbestos victims for all personal injury and property damage clients. He has been involved in asbestos litigation throughout the United States since 1987. As the lead investigator, he is responsible for the detailed information, interviews, and numerous types of documents needed to prove our client’s exposures.
Joel’s extensive experience inspecting industrial, commercial, and public buildings built with asbestos materials has provided the firm with a massive database of information to assist our clients. He is widely recognized by attorneys and experts as one of the foremost product identification specialists in the field. Joel has worked on thousands of asbestos cases that include mesothelioma, lung cancer, and other asbestos-related cancers.
Joel graduated from Life Chiropractic University in 1983 and uses his strong medical knowledge in case evaluation.
“I am committed to doing everything I can to make our client’s difficult situations a little better.”
A Michigan Personal Injury Attorney When Michael B. Serling won the first jury trial in Michigan for a client who had developed asbestosis, a non-cancerous scarring of the lungs associated with asbestos exposure, it was a landmark case. This was the […]Read the Rest
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The Serling & Abramson, P.C. team enjoyed a fun summer outing earlier this week! After a delicious meal in Downtown Detroit, the crew headed aboard the Diamond Princess for a sunset cruise of the Detroit River.Read the Rest