Over 30 billion dollars is sitting in asbestos trust funds waiting to be claimed by victims of asbestos exposure. If you worked with this toxic material before 1982 you may be owed some of this money. Our asbestos attorneys provide free consultations to individuals living in Fort Smith, AR and throughout the United States collect the money they are owed for the time they spent working for railroad companies. Our attorneys want to help you get compensation for asbestos in Fort Smith, Arkansas, call us today.
I Have Not Been Diagnosed With Mesothelioma or Lung Cancer, Am I Eligible For Compensation?
Individuals who were exposed to airborne asbestos are at risk for developing more health problems than mesothelioma and lung cancer alone. In addition to these two illnesses, other types of cancer including esophageal, stomach, and colon cancer have been linked to exposure from asbestos fibers being inhaled and ingested.
I Have Never Been Diagnosed With Any Form of Cancer, Am I Eligible For Compensation?
Our asbestos exposure, mesothelioma attorneys work with retired railroad employees and members of their family that have not received a cancer diagnosis to get money for the time they spent working with asbestos. Symptoms including shortness of breath and difficulty breathing may also be signs of a harmful illness known as asbestosis, which qualifies some individuals for compensation.
Cancer from asbestos exposure may take more than thirty years to develop after an individual was exposed to asbestos, making it important for those who worked with this material to get regular cancer screenings. If you later develop cancer, we can reassess your claim and apply for further compensation for your new diagnosis.
If you have any questions about how this process works, reach out to our law firm today.
Money For Asbestos Victims in Arkansas
If you or someone in you family was employed by railroad companies before 1982 may be eligible for compensation as a result of working closely with asbestos-containing products. The dangers of exposure to asbestos fibers range from internal scarring and shortness of breath to being diagnosed with life-threatening diseases such as mesothelioma or lung cancer.
Our asbestos personal injury lawyers serving Fort Smith, AR will work with you to determine if you have an asbestos-related disease and will simplify the process of applying to asbestos trust funds for you and your family. We understand how serious the risks of asbestos exposure were, this is why we have dedicated ourselves to maximizing compensation for those who have been affected.
Free Asbestos Exposure Consultation in United States
At Sammons & Berry, P.C. we offer a no-cost, no-obligation consultation, so you can discuss the facts of your case without paying for anything upfront. Asbestos trusts claims do not require a lawsuit, depositions, or courtrooms. The process is simple and easy for the client and should not require any stressful legal confrontations for the client. The law firm handles all of the claims for the client, helping you maximize your compensation.
We do not accept any payments from our clients until they receive compensation. We charge on a contingent fee basis, which means you pay a percentage of what you get paid in your claim. If we are unable to collect anything for you, there is no cost to you.
Call (800) 519-1440 to speak with a Sammons and Berry, P.C. representative and start your journey towards compensation.
Wrongful Death Claims For Families of Asbestos Victims
If you have lost someone in your family due to the harmful exposure of asbestos, you may be entitled to compensation. If you can provide the work history and a death certificate for your loved one, our attorneys can help you file an asbestos claim. We understand how difficult this process can be, this is why we work with you every step of the way to help you get the money you deserve. Reach out to our team today to learn more about filing a claim for a family member.
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