Secondary asbestos exposure, a serious concern for the family members of Leviton Manufacturing Co. Inc. workers
When you inhale or ingest asbestos fibers from indirect sources, secondary asbestos exposure occurs, which was extremely common during the last century. It would greatly endanger the health of the family members of asbestos workers. While electricians would not bring home a lot of asbestos dust, they would still carry it on their clothes, skin, and hair upon arriving at their families. When greeting the Leviton Manufacturing workers, their spouse and children would inevitably inhale asbestos dust, which would accumulate in their lungs over the years.
If you shared the same living space with a person who worked with asbestos and now struggle with cancer, we strongly encourage you to get in touch with our legal team, as you could be entitled to file a claim to recover compensation. The financial compensation will come from the former employer of your spouse. We will make sure the legal process is as easy as possible for you, as we are aware that cancer patients often need a lot of time to undergo treatment and to take care of their health. Ultimately, you will get the compensation you deserve, which will also help you afford better medical care.
Legal assistance in wrongful death asbestos exposure cases for family members
Not few asbestos victims refuse or fail to seek financial compensation while they are alive. This is because they pass away too suddenly following diagnosis or because they are afraid of a lengthy and complex legal process. Nevertheless, if you have recently lost a dear one to a disease stemming from occupational asbestos exposure, you have to option to file a wrongful death claim to obtain compensation on their behalf. While the sum of money will not be as large as if they had filed the claim themselves, it will still provide you with significant compensation.
To start the legal process of filing a wrongful death claim, you have to call us, describe your situation in-depth, answer our questions, and send us a copy of the employment and medical records of your family member. After our experienced attorneys examine your case, you will know for sure whether you can file a claim. If you can, we will help you navigate each step of the process and will take care of the most difficult work for you, as we know that you probably have more urgent matters to attend to. You will ultimately receive the money you are entitled to if you choose to work with us.