Secondary asbestos exposure, a serious concern for the families of World Wide Construction Services workers
During the last century, secondary exposure was very common among the families of workers who had to handle the mineral on the job. Because they would often come back home covered in toxic dust, their wives and children would unavoidably inhale asbestos upon greeting the workers and also when laundering their garments. Over the years, asbestos fibers would accumulate in the bodies of family members, especially in their lungs, where they would gradually cause inflammation and tissue scarring. Unlucky family members came to struggle with lung cancer or mesothelioma if the asbestos fibers in their lungs triggered the development of one of these diseases.
If you developed a disease that has a causal relationship with asbestos exposure and shared a living space with a World Wide Construction Services worker during the last century, we encourage you to contact our legal staff, as you can file a claim just like construction workers to recover financial compensation for your disease. We will aid you in navigating every step of the legal process and will make everything as simple as possible for you, as we are aware that people who are as ill as you, need a lot of time to focus on their health and treatment. You will eventually receive the largest sum of money you are entitled to if you decide to work with our attorneys.
Legal assistance in wrongful death asbestos exposure cases for family members
Because numerous asbestos exposure victims pass away before taking legal action against their former employer, which is responsible for their demise, the surviving family members can now file a wrongful death claim to obtain financial compensation on behalf of their deceased loved one. To file a claim, all you need to do is give our legal team a call, describe your circumstances, and send us the employment and medical records of your family member and their death certificate.
Our experienced lawyers will thoroughly assess your situation, and if they determine that you are eligible to file a wrongful death claim, they will quickly begin preparing it for submission. In the meantime, you can continue as usual, as your participation in the legal process will be minimal after we obtain the necessary information and documents from you. In the end, you will receive the money you are entitled to on behalf of your departed family member, which can help you with costs such as the funeral expenses.