Superior Legal Assistance for Rutland Fire Clay Company Employees Injured by Asbestos Exposure
As a manufacturer of maintenance products for stoves and home repair, Rutland Fire Clay Company had been using asbestos ever since the beginning, in 1900. The building materials it would produce included furnace cement, boiler covering, roof coating, as well as wallboard joint cement, the majority of which contained up to 10% blue asbestos. It was not until 1978 that the company ceased employing asbestos entirely. Between 1984 and 1999, Rutland Fire Clay Company was hit with over 50,000 asbestos claims, hence their decision to file for bankruptcy protection. Since 2000, former workers injured by occupational asbestos exposure can recover the compensation they deserve from the trust fund set up by the company, which currently has $8 million left.
Are you a former Rutland Fire Clay Company worker who is now suffering from lung cancer or another awful disease caused by asbestos exposure? If so, we urge you to take legal action against the company by filing a claim with the help of a specialized attorney. Since it entails no litigation, the process is very simple and requires minimal involvement on your part. Our lawyers and legal team, who have been skillfully handling asbestos cases since 1990, will efficiently attend to the complex and time-consuming aspects of your case so that you can focus on more important matters in the meantime, such as your health. All you need to do is contact Environmental Litigation Group, P.C. and provide your attorney with your work and medical records as evidence of employment and, respectively, diagnosis. Subsequently, we will carefully take care of everything. Contact us today and benefit from the compensation you deserve!
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