Our Firm Recovers $14 Million for Shipfitters Harmed by Asbestos Exposure
Weitz & Luxenberg has successfully fought to bring financial security to shipfitters and other shipyard workers who unknowingly suffered from exposure to asbestos dust.
In one of the firm's asbestos trial victories, we won a $14 million verdict for five plaintiffs who had worked for shipyards, powerhouses and construction sites. None of them had been informed that their daily exposure to asbestos dust could eventually harm them.
Sadly, four of the five workers were not alive to bring the cases themselves, and representatives did so on their behalf.
As a result of the lawsuits, the surviving relatives of these workers gained a source of financial support.
An asbestos dust illness can ruin the affected person's health, finances and the financial security of his or her dependents. Our firm can help you manage your finances when you have been diagnosed with an asbestos dust illness like lung cancer or mesothelioma.It is important to note that your legal rights won't last forever.
The deadline began to rapidly approach the day you were diagnosed.
The asbestos industry has profited from your hard work by hiding the dangers of asbestos. Do not give up your rights, your health and your financial future to the asbestos industry. Weitz & Luxenberg has won millions of dollars for hard working people like you who were harmed by asbestos dust. Let us fight for you too.
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