Secondary asbestos exposure, a serious concern for the family members of Brunswick Corporation workers
During the last century, secondary asbestos exposure was a very common occurrence among the family members of Brunswick Corporation workers, as they were not given any protective equipment to wear on the job while handling asbestos. Consequently, they would often bring home asbestos dust on their clothes, as well as on their skin and hair. Their wives would inhale and ingest asbestos fibers when laundering their work clothes, whereas their children would be exposed to the toxic mineral when greeting their father upon returning home from the job. If you shared a living space with a Brunswick Corporation worker before 1980 and developed a disease you believe is the result of secondary asbestos exposure, do not hesitate to contact us and we will thoroughly review your case. In the fortunate case that you are eligible for compensation, all you will have to do is send us the employment records of your family member and your medical records, documents that will stand as evidence to support your claim. With over 25 years of experience in pursuing toxic exposure cases, our attorneys will help you recover the maximum compensation available for your physical and emotional suffering.
Legal assistance in wrongful death asbestos exposure cases for family members
It is not uncommon for people injured by workplace asbestos exposure to refuse to seek the compensation they deserve 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, our team will file a wrongful death asbestos claim on their behalf to help you recover compensation. 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 their life was claimed by a disease stemming from asbestos exposure. Within several months, you will receive the maximum compensation available on behalf of your lost family member if you decide to work with our experienced attorneys. It is important, however, to keep in mind that wrongful death asbestos exposure cases have a statute of limitations of 2 years from the moment of death in most states, which should prompt you to take legal action as soon as possible.