Secondary asbestos exposure, a serious concern for the family members of Textron Inc. workers
Living in the same house as a textile mill worker during the last century implied a great risk of toxic exposure, as these employees would bring asbestos fibers home on their clothes almost every day. Since asbestos companies were striving to cover up the dangers of asbestos exposure, workers did not have to change their clothes at the end of the day, which led to their family members inhaling and ingesting carcinogenic fibers. Their spouses and children would usually come in contact with asbestos when greeting the textile mill worker upon returning home from the job. Furthermore, asbestos fibers would become stuck to furniture and objects covered with fabric, such as armchairs, couches, blankets, carpets, and pillows.
If you shared a home with a person who was working for Textron Inc. before the 1980s and now have a diagnosis that may be related to secondary asbestos exposure, you should give our law firm a call, as we have the necessary resources to help you obtain the compensation you are eligible for your distress. The legal process is similar to that of filing a regular asbestos claim. You will just have to explain your situation and provide our legal experts with the employment records of your family member and with your medical records as evidence. If we deem you eligible, we will begin working on your claim, and you will eventually receive the money you deserve.
Legal assistance in wrongful death asbestos exposure cases for family members
Sadly, numerous victims of asbestos exposure pass away without having obtained the financial compensation they were entitled to from their former employer, which was responsible for their diagnosis. However, if you have recently lost a family member to a disease stemming from occupational asbestos exposure, you can opt to file a wrongful death claim on behalf of your departed loved one to recover a part of the money they would have received. The legal process is easy. You just have to contact our legal team, explain your circumstances, and provide us with the employment and medical records of your family member and with their death certificate.
Our skilled lawyers will carefully review your case, and if they find you eligible to file a wrongful death claim, they will promptly start preparing it for submission. Your participation in the legal process will be minimal, as we are aware that losing a dear one to harrowing diseases such as those caused by asbestos exposure takes a heavy toll on the emotional and mental health of the surviving family members. It is also important to know that working with us is free of charge unless we recover compensation. In the end, you will benefit from the money you are entitled to on behalf of your departed family member, which can help you with the funeral expenses or their past medical expenses.