Over 350,000 Claims Have Been Filed Against Federal-Mogul by Workers Injured by Asbestos Exposure
Dating back to 1899, Federal-Mogul is a corporate conglomerate which still manufactures products for the railroad, aerospace, energy, as well as automotive industries. At the moment, it has 160 subsidiaries throughout the world. However, until 1981, the company would incorporate astounding amounts of asbestos in their products, as this naturally occurring mineral enhanced the quality and lifespan of numerous materials. Fel-Pro, a company acquired by Federal-Mogul, would produce asbestos gaskets and seals, whereas Turner & Newell, another business purchased by the conglomerate, would manufacture asbestos-containing building materials. Some other products the subsidiaries of Federal-Mogul produced were brake pads, bearings, cement pipes, and insulation. No longer able to compensate workers whose health had been compromised by occupational asbestos exposure, the company sought bankruptcy protection in 2001 and set up a trust fund in 2007.
Nowadays, any former employee injured by asbestos exposure can easily recover the compensation they are entitled to from the trust fund of Federal-Mogul. The assistance of a lawyer who specializes in asbestos litigation is crucial, as their knowledge is invaluable to providing you with the maximum sum of money you qualify for in the shortest time possible. Our attorneys have been handling cases of asbestos exposure since 1990 and we are confident they will be able to aid you with filing a claim and eventually recover the compensation you deserve for your physical and emotional suffering. The actual process is relatively simple and requires minimal involvement on your part. After the initial consultation, during which your situation will be thoroughly addressed, we will take over your case and conduct extensive research in the hope of finding additional useful information. For quality legal assistance, please contact Environmental Litigation Group, P.C. and we will eagerly lend you a helping hand.
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