Secondary asbestos exposure, a serious concern for the family members of D. A. Collins Refractories workers
Family members who shared the same home with a D. A. Collins Refractories of Savannah worker are at moderate risk of developing a disease caused by asbestos exposure themselves. This is because, during the last century, asbestos companies were striving to cover up the health dangers of asbestos exposure and, thereby, employees were not given protective gear to wear on the job. As a result, they would often come back home covered in asbestos dust that their spouse and children would unavoidably breathe in. Over the years, these carcinogenic fibers would accumulate in their lungs, leading to the very same harrowing diseases asbestos workers often suffer from.
If you have a disease that has a link to asbestos exposure and have a family member who was employed at this company, you should call our law firm, as you might be eligible for compensation. After you give us a phone call, you just have to describe your situation in-depth, answer our questions, and send us a copy of your medical records as evidence. Following a thorough assessment from our skilled attorneys, you will know for sure whether you qualify for filing a claim, and if you do, they will shortly begin preparing it. You will ultimately receive the money you deserve if you work with our legal team.
Legal assistance in wrongful death asbestos exposure cases for family members
Often, people who develop a disease due to occupational asbestos exposure pass away without having benefited from the money they were entitled to. This is where their surviving family members can step in and file a wrongful death claim. While it will not bring the family as much compensation as a claim filed by the deceased person would have, the sum of money will still be significant and might prove helpful in covering costs such as funeral expenses and past medical expenses.
If you wish to file a wrongful death claim, you will have to contact our law firm, explain your circumstances, and send us the employment and medical records of your departed loved one, as well as their death certificate as evidence and as a starting point for our lawyers. After a thorough review of your case, we will inform you whether you are entitled to compensation, and if you are, our attorneys will promptly begin working on your claim. In the end, you will get the money you deserve on behalf of your lost family member.