Blackfeet Indian Developers Inc.

Workers exposed to asbestos

As a business established by the Blackfeet Tribe to develop housing on the Blackfeet Reservation, the company made use of significant amounts of asbestos during the last century. It was a construction company whose purpose was to put up houses for the people living on the Blackfeet Reservation. However, because asbestos was not regulated in the workplace before 1980 when Blackfeet Indian Developers Inc. operated, numerous construction workers were exposed to the dangerous mineral. As a consequence, a considerable number of construction workers who held down a job at Blackfeet Indian Developers Inc. came to struggle with terrible diseases such as lung cancer and mesothelioma. If you were injured by occupational asbestos exposure, please contact our law firm, as we specialize in toxic exposure cases and will help you recover the compensation you deserve.

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Blackfeet Indian Developers Inc. employees exposed to asbestos

During the last century, asbestos was used by construction companies such as Blackfeet Indian Developers Inc. by virtue of the convenient properties it had, such as fire and electricity resistance, as well as because it was very cheap. While the vast majority of companies were aware of the awful health effects of asbestos exposure, they continued to use it, thereby endangering the lives of their employees. In the unfortunate event that you came to struggle with a disease as a result of workplace asbestos exposure, it is important to know that you are eligible for compensation. With over 25 years of experience in toxic exposure cases, our attorneys will provide you with quality legal assistance and help you recover the financial compensation you are entitled to. The occupational groups that were exposed to asbestos products through this company are:

Because the company does not have a trust fund, we will file a claim with it, which will result in the maximum sum of money available for you. The construction workers of Blackfeet Indian Developers Inc. were exposed to asbestos when installing building materials such as siding, floor tiles, and shingles. By disturbing these products, millions of asbestos fibers would be released in the air, from where employees would subsequently inhale and ingest them. However, with the help of our attorneys, you will be able to obtain the compensation you deserve for your injury. It is worthy of note that asbestos exposure cases have a statute of limitations of 3 years in most states, which should prompt you to take legal action immediately.

Thousands of Blackfeet Indian Developers Inc. employees began suffering from terrible diseases after 1980

If you are diagnosed with a cancerous disease, you or a family member will deal with our staff over the phone and via emails ONLY, no need to travel at all. If you pass away before or during the process, surviving family members will receive the amount awarded by the claims.

Lung Cancer Mesothelioma Throat Cancer Esophageal Cancer Bronchial Cancer Gastrointestinal Cancer Colorectal Cancer

If you receive the diagnosis of a noncancerous disease, we will need to do more testing (X-rays, breathing, and blood tests) done at our medical facility in Birmingham, Alabama, where you will be accurately diagnosed.

Asbestosis Pulmonary Fibrosis Pleural Plaques Pleural Effusion Diffuse Pleural Thickening COPD Emphysema Chronic Bronchitis Pleurisy Lung Nodules Lung Spots Asthma Tuberculosis Pneumonitis Histoplasmosis Rounded Atelectasis Lung Scarring Bladder Cancer

Secondary asbestos exposure, a serious concern for the family members of Blackfeet Indian Developers Inc. workers

Occurring when a person inhales or ingests asbestos fibers from indirect sources, secondary asbestos exposure was highly prevalent among the family members of Blackfeet Indian Developers Inc. workers during the last century. Since workers were not required to wear any protective equipment on the job, they would often bring asbestos fibers home on their clothes, skin, and hair. While their wives would breathe in and swallow toxic fibers when laundering their work clothes, their children would be exposed to asbestos when greeting their fathers upon returning home from the job. Contrary to popular belief, secondary asbestos exposure can be as dangerous as occupational asbestos exposure, as no amount of asbestos is safe for the human body. If you developed a disease you believe is the consequence of secondary asbestos exposure, do not hesitate to contact our team, who will gladly review your case and subsequently let you know whether you are eligible for compensation. If you are, they will promptly begin working on your case, for which you will have to provide the employment records of your family member who was employed at Blackfeet Indian Developers Inc. and your medical records. Eventually, you will receive the maximum compensation you deserve for your injury, which will also help you afford superior healthcare and treatment.

Legal assistance in wrongful death asbestos exposure cases for family members

It is not uncommon for victims of workplace asbestos exposure to refuse to seek the compensation they are entitled to while they are alive, usually out of fear of a long and complicated legal process. Nevertheless, if you lost a family member to a disease caused by occupational asbestos exposure, you can file a wrongful death claim with Blackfeet Indian Developers Inc. with the help of our skilled legal team. The only documents we will need from you are the employment and medical records of your deceased loved one, as well as their death certificate, which must clearly state that they lost their life to a disease stemming from asbestos exposure. The rest of the paperwork will be efficiently taken care of by our attorneys, who have been pursuing compensation for the surviving family members of asbestos victims since 1990. In the end, you will receive the compensation you are eligible for from the liable company. It is important, however, to keep in mind that wrongful death asbestos exposure cases have a statute of limitations of 2 years in the majority of states, which should make taking legal action a priority for you.