If you have been an Energy Future Holdings Corporation (EFH) employee, contractor, or family member of an EFH worker, it is especially important for you to file an asbestos claim sooner than later. A deadline is quickly approaching that will limit your access to justice whether you have been diagnosed with an asbestos-related disease or not.
If you or a family member has worked at EFH power plant, you are at risk for developing an asbestos-related disease due to exposure on the job. Exposure to asbestos can lead to debilitating and fatal illnesses, like mesothelioma. December 14, 2015 is the last day to file a claim, even if you have yet to experience any symptoms. After the deadline passes, you will no longer be able to file a claim, even if you are diagnosed in the future.
EFH power plants are located across the world. Here are lists of the domestic and international plants, where workers may have been exposed:
Family members can be exposed to asbestos after hugging a worker, doing their laundry, riding in the same car, and other activities. This is known as secondary exposure. If you are the family member of an EFH employee or contractor, you are at risk for developing an asbestos-related disease in your lifetime. Do not hesitate to file a claim today.
Do you need help filing your EFH asbestos claim? Our asbestos attorneys are here to help. Brayton Purcell LLP can guide you through the process of filing a manifested or unmanifested claim and help you secure the justice you deserve. Contact us today, before time runs out.