Secondary asbestos exposure, a serious concern for the family members of Procon Incorporated workers
As a very common occurrence during the last century, secondary asbestos exposure refers to the inhalation and ingestion of asbestos fibers coming from indirect sources, such as the clothes of employees who handle the mineral on the job. Construction workers did not have to change their clothes when their shift ended because asbestos companies were striving to hide the scientific evidence supporting the carcinogenic nature of asbestos. As a result, they would bring asbestos, which was sometimes visible, home, unavoidably exposing their families.
If you lived in the same house as a Procon Incorporated worker during the last century and now have a disease related to asbestos exposure, please contact our law firm, as we specialize in toxic exposure and can get the financial compensation you deserve. All you need to do if you wish to file a claim is talk to our legal team about your circumstances of exposure and send us the employment records of your family member and your medical records. Following the assessment of these documents, our attorneys will decide whether you qualify for compensation. If you are, you will eventually receive the money you are eligible for after claim submission.
Legal assistance in wrongful death asbestos exposure cases for family members
Sadly, many people who come to struggle with diseases as a consequence of workplace asbestos exposure refuse or fail to take legal action to recover the compensation they are entitled to from their former employer. This happens because they either pass away shortly after receiving their diagnosis or because they fear a long and complicated legal process. However, if you are the surviving family member of a victim of asbestos exposure, you can now file a wrongful death claim, which will result in a part of the sum of money your departed loved one would have benefited from.
Filing a wrongful death claim is easy for the client, as you only have to explain your situation and send us the employment and medical records of your family member and their death certificate. Our resourceful attorneys will evaluate your situation and eventually let you know whether you meet the criteria for filing a claim. If you do, they will begin working on it as soon as possible. Your involvement in the legal process will be minimal, as we are aware that people who lost a family member are in a lot of emotional pain and need time to grieve. In the end, you will have the compensation you are entitled to.