Secondary asbestos exposure, a serious concern for the family members of Sunbeam Products workers
During the last century, secondary asbestos exposure would frequently occur among the family members of Sunbeam Products/Sunbeam Corporation workers, as they would bring home asbestos fibers on their clothes and also in their hair and on their skin. When greeting their husband or father, they would inevitably breathe in toxic fibers, whereas the wives would be further exposed to asbestos when laundering the work clothes of their husbands. This happened because they would first shake out the clothes to get rid of the asbestos fibers before washing them, which one can only imagine how dangerous it was.
Because no amount of asbestos in the body is safe, people who have a history of secondary asbestos exposure should pay close attention to their health, as they are also at risk of developing a serious disease. If you received a diagnosis related to secondary asbestos exposure, we are here to provide you with quality legal assistance. After you give our legal experts access to the employment records of your family member and to your medical records, our lawyers will begin working on your claim and, within several months, you will receive the money you deserve as compensation.
Legal assistance in wrongful death asbestos exposure cases for family members
It is not unheard of for people who suffer from diseases caused by occupational asbestos exposure to refuse or fail to file a claim while they are alive, which generally happens due to the fact that they fear and long and complex legal process. Nevertheless, if you lost a family member who worked for Sunbeam Products/Sunbeam Corporation to a disease related to asbestos exposure, you can file a wrongful death claim, which will result in you recovering compensation on their behalf.
Filing a claim for wrongful death is similar to filing a regular personal injury claim, and thereby we will need evidence of your family member having worked at Sunbeam Products/Sunbeam Corporation, their medical records, and their death certificate. After a careful assessment, our legal team will determine whether you qualify for compensation. If you do, our resourceful attorneys will begin preparing the claim, and, following submission, you will receive compensation on behalf of your deceased family member.