Michigan is one of the top ten states in the U.S. for the most asbestos-related fatalities. The state has high score also for people living with asbestos-related ailments such as mesothelioma. In most cases, Michigan residents developed asbestos-related diseases because of their occupational exposure to the toxic mineral. Efficient Michigan mesothelioma lawyers can help asbestos victims obtain the compensation they deserve for medical costs, physical pain, suffering, anguish, and more.

Hire a Michigan Mesothelioma Lawyer

We provide free support in many forms to the victims of asbestos exposure. The organization will help you find information on a top mesothelioma attorney in Michigan or another jurisdiction where your claim is best filed. Some of the free services we provide is the form often found in the left margin for an information package on asbestos trust funds, start your claim by clicking the “Click To File” link and filling out the form which upon receiving a claims manager reviews and assists in finding the best Michigan lawyers for your case. Please feel free to call us with questions about claims or our free support services at 800-793-4540. You may also find the asbestos claims calculator helpful in determining damages for your type of claim.

Michigan has very high rate of asbestos-related diseases and deaths when compared with other states in the U.S. Currently the state is ranked 9 for the most asbestos-related fatalities in the country. Nearly 900 Michigan residents lost their lives after developing mesothelioma between 1999 and 2008. Asbestosis caused the deaths of 140 residents during the same period. Most of these victims developed diseases because of their job-related exposure to asbestos fibers.

Michigan and Asbestos Exposure

Many Michigan industries are known for exposing workers to asbestos and asbestos-containing products. The automotive industry founded in Detroit had been a major asbestos exposure source in Michigan. Thousands of workers faced heavy asbestos exposure on a daily basis during their jobs at automobile assembly lines. Several car parts contained asbestos-containing materials until the 1980s.

Additionally, people working at paper mills, construction sites, hospitals, power plants and chemical plants in Michigan also suffered exposure due to the extensive use of asbestos in these industries / facilities. Many old Michigan buildings still contain asbestos.

Michigan Job Sites Known for Asbestos Issues

Automotive Facilities

Buick (Flint)
Cadillac (Detroit)
Chevrolet (Flint)
Chrysler (Detroit)
Ford River Rouge Complex (Dearborn)
General Motors (GM) Assembly Plant in Grand Rapids
Oldsmobile (Detroit)
Plymouth (Plymouth)


Bailey Elementary in Hillsdale
Bridgeport HS in Bridgeport
Capac Elementary in Capac
Charlotte HS in Charlotte
Chelsea HS in Chelsea
Detroit Central HS in Detroit
Erie HS in Erie
Farmington Community School in Farmington
Ferndale HS in Ferndale
Greenville HS in Greenville
Highland Park HS in Highland Park
Highland Park Community College in Highland Park
Hill Center School in Lansing
Howell School District in Howell
Hillsdale Community Health Center in Hillsdale
Michigan State University in Lansing
Livingston Community Care in Livingston
Troy Montessori in Troy
Troy HS in Troy

Public Buildings, Hospitals and Churches

White Pine Middle in White Pine
B Sisters of Mercy Hospital in Farmington
Bridgeport Community Church in Bridgeport
Ferris State University in Grand Rapids

Power Plants

Big Rock Point Nuclear Power Plant in Charlevoix
Cook Nuclear Generating Station in Benton Harbor
Marysville Power Plant in Marysville
Palisades Nuclear Generating Station in South Haven
Weadock Power Plant in Essexville
Wolverine Power Supply in Boyne City

Michigan Statutes of Limitations for Mesothelioma and Asbestos Lawsuits

In Michigan, asbestos-related personal injury suits must be filed within 3 years of the diagnosis or discovery of the disease. The same rule is applicable for wrongful death suits as well. Plaintiffs must file their wrongful death lawsuits within 3 years of the asbestos victim’s death date.

Michigan Medical Assistance

University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center
500 E. Medical Center Dr
Ann Arbor
Phone: 800-865-1125

Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute
400 John R St.
Phone: 800-527-6266