Victims of secondary asbestos exposure need to take action in order to get compensated
Ever since 1920 studies have shown a strong link between serious lung diseases and asbestos exposure. During WW2, asbestos use has seen exponential growth in the US, until the 80s when its use was regulated. Despite the fact that manufacturers knew it was carcinogenic, or they had the obligation to know it, they exposed not only their workers by incorporating it in their products, but in some cases, the public at large as well. Bergen Tile & Linoleum is one of the companies that have been involved in asbestos lawsuits over the last years, as the numbers of former employees affected by serious lung diseases have started to increase in the US.
Unfortunately, not only the workers of Bergen Tile & Linoleum are at high risk of developing severe diseases, but their family members too, due to secondary exposure. If you have developed a severe disease as a result of secondary exposure, contact us as soon as possible.
Legal assistance in wrongful death asbestos exposure cases for family members
The surviving family members of a worker who developed a disease as a result of occupational asbestos exposure but has not taken legal action during their lifetime are also eligible for compensation. With over 25 years of experience in pursuing compensation for the victims of asbestos exposure and their family members, our attorneys will help you recover the money you deserve on behalf of your loved one. While it is very complex, the legal process requires minimal involvement on your part, as the majority of the aspects, such as the claim and the documents which must accompany it, will be efficiently handled by our legal team. If you have a family member who lost their lives to a disease that was caused by workplace asbestos exposure, do not hesitate to contact our law firm for quality legal assistance. It is important to know that, because we work on a contingency fee basis, you will not have to pay anything unless we recover compensation for you.