There are many victims of asbestos exposure who wonder about receiving compensation for their illnesses. Are you one of them? If you have been diagnosed with an asbestos-related disease due to exposure, you might be eligible to file a claim against those responsible for your condition.
Holding an asbestos manufacturer or seller accountable for the creation and distribution of dangerous asbestos products is one way in which victims of exposure have been compensated for medical bills, time lost at work, and more.
In some cases, asbestos companies and manufacturers have been accused of negligence by victims. These companies and corporations have been proven to exercise negligence in their responsibility to keep workers and the public safe from what they knew were deadly asbestos fibers.
Failure to Warn
Companies and manufacturers have also failed to warn workers and consumers of the dangers of asbestos exposure in their buildings and products. Many workers were never warned (or trained) by their employers to handle of asbestos in a safe manner. Many manufacturers used asbestos in products such as insulation, household products, and construction materials; even though it was known that there were safer alternatives to the substance.
If you have been diagnosed with an asbestos-related disease, it is possible that an employer, asbestos manufacturer, or other company is responsible for your condition. Reaching out to an experienced asbestos attorney is a wise choice. Take a look at our FAQ's page for more information about filing an asbestos lawsuit.