Secondary asbestos exposure, a serious concern for the family members of Campbell Soup Co. workers
Although the chances of experiencing secondary asbestos exposure if you shared your home with a Campbell Soup Co. worker during the last century are quite small, there is a certain risk. Because employees were not required to change their clothes when they left work, they may have brought asbestos fibers in the house, from where family members could have inhaled or ingested them. Furthermore, when coming in contact with the employee who still had their work clothes on, their children and their spouses may have breathed in and swallowed toxic fibers from their clothes.
If you lived under the same roof as a Campbell Soup Co. worker before 1980 and came to struggle with a disease that has a link to asbestos exposure, we advise you to contact our law firm, as our area of practice is toxic exposure, and we can also help you recover compensation for secondary asbestos exposure. After explaining your situation and sending us the documents we need, we will evaluate your case, and if we find that you are eligible, we will file a claim on your behalf, which is bound to bring you the money you deserve for your suffering.
Legal assistance in wrongful death asbestos exposure cases for family members
Our experienced attorneys and our resourceful legal team provide assistance to people who lost a family member to a disease caused by occupational asbestos exposure as well. We will file a wrongful death claim for your deceased loved one, which will result in compensation. You just have to call our team, thoroughly explain your situation, and then send our legal experts your family member’s employment and medical records and their death certificate.
If we find out that you qualify for filing a wrongful death claim, our lawyers will promptly begin preparing it for submission along with the necessary documents. Following submission, you should expect to receive your money within several months, depending on the number of companies the claim was filed with. Nonetheless, if you have just lost a family member to a disease related to workplace asbestos exposure, you should get in touch with us as soon as possible, as you may lose your right to compensation otherwise.