Secondary asbestos exposure, a serious concern for the family members of J.M. Turner & Company workers
The families of J.M. Turner & Company had a high risk of secondary asbestos exposure, as construction workers were not instructed to wear protective gear against inhaling and ingesting asbestos dust, and they were not required to change their clothes at the end of the day either. This happened because asbestos companies were striving to keep everyone in the dark about the health dangers of asbestos exposure. Consequently, when construction workers returned home, their wives and children would greet and hug them, which led to their family members breathing in toxic asbestos fibers. Over time, the number of carcinogenic fibers in their bodies would grow, increasing their risk of developing a serious disease.
If you have a family member who was employed at J.M. Turner & Company before the 1980s and are struggling with a disease that seems related to secondary asbestos exposure, we advise you to call our law firm, as you may be entitled to compensation. You just have to explain your situation and provide our legal experts with the employment records of your family member and your medical records so that our attorneys can assess your case. If they deem you eligible, they will start working on your claim, and you will eventually get the largest sum of money you are entitled to from the responsible company.
Legal assistance in wrongful death asbestos exposure cases for family members
Because many victims of asbestos exposure fail to benefit from the financial compensation they deserve while they are alive, their family members have the option to file a wrongful death claim. This will help them obtain compensation on behalf of their departed loved one. The members of the family who have the right to file a wrongful death claim include parents, siblings, children, and spouses. Contrary to popular belief, filing a claim for asbestos exposure is not complicated, as the hard work will be carried out by your attorney.
If you want to file a wrongful death claim, you just have to get in touch with our legal team, explain your situation, and then send us the employment and medical records of your deceased family member and their death certificate. After our lawyers evaluate your case, they will let you know whether you qualify for filing a wrongful death claim. If you do, they will promptly begin working on it. In the end, you will benefit from the compensation you are entitled to on behalf of your lost family member.