Have you shared a house with a former Rutland Fire Clay Company worker? If you have, your health might be at stake too
Because secondary asbestos exposure was extremely widespread during the last century, the risk of developing a disease as the family member of a former Rutland Fire Clay Company worker is significant, particularly if you spent a long time in the same house. Occurring when one inhales or ingests asbestos fibers without being in direct contact with the source, secondary exposure is responsible for one-tenth of asbestosis, lung cancer, and mesothelioma cases at the moment. Unsurprisingly, the safety of workers was not a priority for asbestos company executives, hence the astounding number of asbestos victims who have emerged since the 1980s. Over 12,000 people still lose their lives to asbestos-related diseases every year in the U.S. and approximately 8,000 others receive grim diagnoses.
Even though we are aware money will never be able to completely restore your health, taking legal action, and holding your former employer liable is of utmost importance. The money a skillful attorney whose primary area of practice is asbestos litigation will recover for your injury may grant you access to higher-quality treatment, whereas the company at fault will be held accountable for their unethical actions and careless behavior. With over 25 years of professional experience, our lawyers have been assisting over 230,000 victims of asbestos exposure so far and are bound to provide you with the same excellent services. As Rutland Fire Clay Company has a trust fund, you do not have to go to court during the legal process and your attorney will carefully take care of nearly everything on your behalf. For additional information, please give us a call and we will eagerly answer all your questions.
Legal assistance for victims of asbestos exposure and their families
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!