Railroad Asbestos Claims logo header
 Compensation For Asbestos Victims

Asbestos Trust Claims To Get You Compensation

Asbestos litigation has been ongoing since the late 1970s. As a result, many of the companies that manufactured and sold asbestos-containing materials have filed for bankruptcy under a special provision of the United States Bankruptcy Code.

This form of bankruptcy is virtually unique to asbestos companies and is far different from the traditional form of bankruptcy where there is a liquidation of assets and the company goes out of business. Instead, many asbestos companies have been allowed to shed their liabilities by forming asbestos bankruptcy trusts to provide payments for all present and future asbestos injury claims. As a result, contrary to popular news reports, many of the companies that manufactured asbestos containing products are still in business and their non-asbestos products can still be found on the shelves of local hardware stores.

To date, over $30 billion dollars has been set aside in bankruptcy trusts to compensate injured workers and their families who were exposed to asbestos. The payouts from these trusts are based on a number of factors including historic verdict and settlement values, disease and injury classifications, and the individual workers exposure history. Often these payments represent only a fraction of past verdicts and settlements; however, for workers who qualify, these payments can constitute a significant form of compensation.

Unfortunately, many workers do not know that they qualify for payments from these trusts. If you believe you or family member were exposed to asbestos – call or email us for a FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION. Our team of experienced attorneys will review the facts in your case and answer any questions you may have.

Railroad Workers Exposed To Asbestos Deserve Compensation

The railroad industry relied heavily on asbestos-containing products throughout all levels of production. Once these companies became aware of the severe dangers of inhaling and ingesting asbestos fibers, instead of warning employees or developing safer solutions, they hid the dangers from the public. This led to many railroad employees being unfairly exposed to asbestos and developing asbestos related diseases.

We are asking patients and their families to reach out to our team to learn more about how they can get money for the time they spent working with asbestos. You do not have to be diagnosed with mesothelioma to qualify for compensation. The amount of compensation you are awarded will depend on your work and medical history.


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.

See if you qualify for compensation


Sammons & Berry, P.C.
Google Listing