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If a member of a family (husband, wife, son, daughter, uncle, etc.) dies from an asbestos related disease, can their estate bring a lawsuit to recover?

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If a member of a family (husband, wife, son, daughter, uncle, etc.) dies from an asbestos related disease, can their estate bring a lawsuit to recover?

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Yes. The impact of an asbestos disease can be sudden, serious, and, often, fatal. Consequently, the Estate of the victim of this disease can initiate a lawsuit to recover. It must be understood that this Estate action for Wrongful Death must begin within two years of the victim’s death.

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