If You Held Down a Job at Halliburton Company Before 1980, You Might Develop a Serious Disease
As a worldwide leader in manufacturing products and providing services to the oil and gas industries, Halliburton Company is still in business today, operating in more than 70 countries. Ever since the beginning, the company has used asbestos in their products, which include compressors, locomotives, as well as drilling fluid. Over 58,000 people have worked at Halliburton Company until now, a significant portion of whom were subjected to occupational asbestos exposure. In addition to the people who participated in the manufacturing of their products, oil refinery workers are also at high risk for a wide range of diseases. From asbestosis and COPD to lung cancer and mesothelioma, asbestos exposure is responsible for harrowing illnesses. It can also cause other malignant diseases in the body, such as colorectal or gastrointestinal cancer.
Was Halliburton Company your employer during the last century? If the answer is yes and you now suffer from one of the diseases asbestos exposure is associated with, we strongly encourage you to take legal action and claim the money you are entitled to. Over the past 30 years, our attorneys have recovered more than $1.4 billion for people injured by workplace asbestos exposure and will gladly provide you with their quality legal services. Shortly after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, the company established a trust fund, which is the primary source of compensation for asbestos victims at the moment. The process of obtaining compensation from asbestos trust funds is incomparably easier and faster than regular litigation. Contact us today and we will promptly put you in touch with one of our lawyers, who will be eager to help you.
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