Individuals that were employed by the railroad industry were exposed to many dangers at the workplace. While many of these dangers were evident to those who took on these roles, there were more insidious factors at play. For instance, asbestos was a material that was heavily used to design, fuel, and repair railroad equipment and cars. While the manufacturers of this product were aware that it was dangerous for those exposed to it, they made the choice to hide the toxicity of asbestos to everyone.
The harmful effects of asbestos exposure come from ingesting and inhaling microscopic asbestos fibers of this widely used product. The manufacturers hid the truth from individuals and businesses for several decades, negatively impacting the health of millions of workers and citizens throughout the United States.
If you were employed by a railroad company prior to 1982, you most likely suffered from toxic exposure due to microscopic asbestos particles polluting your environment. Once these particles enter your system, they can easily become stuck, embedding deep into your soft tissue, and creating health problems for you.
These can present themselves in scarring of the lungs, cancer, and other health problems including a mesothelioma diagnosis. Many victims of asbestos exposure do not realize that they have a related health problem because it can take more than four decades for these embedded fibers to begin showing symptoms of an asbestos disease.
Our team of asbestos and mesothelioma lawyers works with individuals and families to get the money they deserve for the time they spent working in dangerous environments. Even if you have never been diagnosed with a health condition or diagnosed with mesothelioma, you may still qualify for money. An evaluation from a physician may show scarring on your lungs or other developments that can be attributed to your time employed by a railroad company.
If you have a family member that passed away after working for a railroad company, you may also qualify for financial compensation. There are time limits to file claims for the deceased, so you will want to act quickly and reach out to our firm today to begin the personal injury claims process.
There is currently more than 30 billion dollars in asbestos trust fund claims waiting to be awarded to those who were exposed to this toxic material. Our law firm makes it simple for you to apply to the trusts that fit your specific history, so you can be compensated. There is no need to file a lawsuit or make any court appearances. We have streamlined the process to make it as simple as possible for railroad workers in Bakersfield, California, and surrounding areas.
Free Consultation For Workers Exposed to Asbestos in Seattle, WA
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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