Secondary asbestos exposure, a serious concern for the family members of Texas Foundries workers
If you shared a house with a family member who was working for Texas Foundries, chances are you were secondarily exposed to asbestos. Women and children are the main categories that experienced secondary asbestos exposure, which is as dangerous as direct asbestos exposure. The wives of Texas Foundries employees would inhale and ingest asbestos fibers while laundering their work clothes, whereas their children would be exposed to the hazardous mineral when greeting their fathers upon returning home from the job. This is how secondary asbestos exposure occurred in the families of Texas Foundries workers. In the absence of adequate protective equipment, workers would regularly bring home asbestos fibers on their clothes, as well as on their skin and hair. Nevertheless, if you developed a serious disease and suspect it is the result of secondary asbestos exposure, do not hesitate to contact our law firm and we will promptly review your case to determine whether you qualify for filing a claim. If you do, our attorneys, who specialize in toxic exposure cases, will promptly begin working on your claim. The only documents you will have to send your lawyer are the employment records of your family member and your medical records, which will accompany your claim as evidence. In the end, you will receive the maximum compensation you are entitled to if you choose to work with our attorneys.
Legal assistance in wrongful death asbestos exposure cases for family members
The surviving family member of a former Texas Foundries employee who was struggling with a disease as a consequence of occupational asbestos exposure before passing away can file a wrongful death claim to recover compensation on their behalf if the worker has not taken legal action during their lifetime. With the legal assistance of our attorneys, you are bound to recover fair compensation on behalf of your deceased loved one. Nevertheless, you should keep in mind that wrongful death asbestos exposure cases have a statute of limitations of 2 years in most states, which should make taking legal action a priority for you. The only documents necessary are the employment and medical records of your lost family member, as well as their death certificate, which must state that a disease stemming from workplace asbestos exposure claimed their life. After you send our law firm these documents, our attorneys will promptly begin working on your case and their legal team will gather additional evidence to ensure the success of your wrongful death asbestos exposure claim. Eventually, you will recover the maximum compensation available on behalf of your family member.