Railroad worker injury lawyers at Arnold & Itkin filed suit in Jacksonville, Florida on behalf of a lifelong railroad worker who died of lung cancer. His employment subjected him to numerous toxic substances, including asbestos, which ultimately took his life.
Asbestos is a known carcinogen and has been for decades. All employers are legally and ethically obligated to warn their workers when they’ve been exposed to asbestos, and to do their best to keep workers safe while working around toxic substances. Instead, our client’s employer left him without warning or protection, and his family has lost a loved one as a result. Now, the employer must take responsibility by compensating his family for the suffering they've endured.
We are proud to represent his family in seeking the compensation they deserve for the sacrifices this man made. The case was filed in Duval County, FL.