Dallas Mesothelioma Lawyer

Dallas major industries are financial services, commerce, oil & gas production, healthcare, medical research, pharmaceuticals, transportation, information technology, and communications. Dallas has an unfortunate legacy of asbestos-related diseases. Many people who worked in various job sites in Dallas have been diagnosed with asbestos-related diseases like lung cancer, mesothelioma and asbestosis. Many of the victims of asbestos exposure sought their day in court seeking considerable financial compensation. They depended on qualified Dallas mesothelioma lawyers to claim their compensation from the asbestos trust funds established for those who had developed asbestos-induced diseases.

Finding Mesothelioma Lawyers in Dallas

Danziger & De Llano, LLP
5430 Lyndon B Johnson Fwy #1200, Dallas, Texas,
United States, 75240

(713) 222-9998

Simon Greenstone Panatier Bartlett, PC
Simon Greenstone Panatier Bartlett, PC
3232 McKinney Avenue Suite 610, Dallas, Texas,
United States

USAEP claims managers are ready to help you locate a top mesothelioma attorney or law firm in your city. You can also sue the responsible parties in the court of law. To consult a top Dallas mesothelioma law firm or attorney, please call a claims manager at 800-793-4540 to explain your claim options orour free services. You can also hold the parties responsible for your injuries accountable for their negligence in a court of law. We can help you locate the best Dallas asbestos exposure lawyer so you can take the appropriate legal action. Our website also helps in many ways with the following options:

  • the asbestos claims calculator is helpful in determining damages for your type of claim.
  • the form at left is for an information package on asbestos trust funds!
  • start your claim by clicking the “Click To File” link and filling out the Quick Start Claims Form

Asbestos Exposure in Dallas

Dallas has been a main hub for business and industry for many decades. Initially it was a major center of cotton industries. Later, after the evolution of the internal combustion (IC) engine, oil extraction and refining became the keystone of the economy of Texas. As Dallas was close to several major oil deposits, it became an ideal place for business tycoons such as Clinton Murchison and H.L. Hunt. At the same time, other industries also grew in Dallas. These industries include railroad, construction and manufacturing.

Unfortunately, the emergence of Dallas as a big industrial city coincided with asbestos boom times in the nation. Asbestos, a naturally occurring silicate mineral composed of numerous tiny fibers, is a deadly human carcinogen. However, its dangers were not fully known to everyone until the 1980s. So, until the mid-1980s, asbestos was used as an ingredient in numerous commercial products because of its cheap availability and excellent physical properties such as resistance to fire and heat. Here are some examples of asbestos-containing products: cement; corrugated sheets; insulation; floor tiles; ceiling tiles; fireproofing panels; roofing shingles; coatings; automobile brakes and clutch parts; gaskets; lubricants; mastics; paints; varnishes; ornamental products; and pipes.

Despite all its beneficial properties, asbestos is an extremely dangerous mineral. Asbestos fibers are released into the environment when products containing the mineral are disturbed, broken or deteriorated. These fibers are easily inhalable. Inhalation of asbestos fibers could cause devastating medical conditions such as lung cancer, malignant mesothelioma, asbestosis etc.

The major users of asbestos and asbestos-containing products in the city were oil corporations, construction companies, power plants, power distribution facilities, machinery manufacturers, railroads, automobile repair shops, and government agencies. As all these industries heavily used asbestos until the EPA started regulating the handling of asbestos in the 1980s, many former workers suffered repeated exposure to the cancer-causing mineral at many job sites in Dallas. Some of these job sites are:

  • A.F. Holman Boiler Works
  • A.H. Belo & Company
  • A.P. Green Fire Brick of Texas
  • Acme Insulation and Supply Company
  • American Airlines
  • Babcock and Wilson
  • Chance-Vought Aircraft
  • City of Dallas Water Department
  • Coca-Cola Enterprises Dallas
  • Dallas Ceramic
  • Dallas Division of Fuller-Austin Insulation
  • Dallas Dressed Beef and Packing Co
  • Dallas Electric Light and Power
  • Dallas Ice Factory Light and Power Company
  • Dallas Industrial School
  • Dallas Gas Co
  • Dallas Consolidated Electric St. Railway Co
  • Dallas Railway Co
  • Diamond Alkali
  • Drilling Service
  • Essary Insulation
  • Eugene B. Smith and Co
  • Gulf Oil Co
  • Holman Boiler Works
  • Holmes School
  • Iola Portland Cement Co
  • Jones-Blair Paint Co
  • Texas Power and Light Co
  • Oak Cliff Paper Mills
  • Parker-Fallis Insulation
  • Pearson Plumbing
  • Parkland General Hospital

Medical Assistance in and Near Dallas

Here are some NCI-Designated cancer treatment centers in and around Dallas:

Cancer Therapy and Research Center

University of Texas (UT) Health Science Center

7979 Wurzbach Rd
Room U627, Urschel Tower
San Antonio, TX 78299
Phone: 210-450-1000, Cancer Information Line: 1-800-340-2872


Dan L. Duncan Cancer Center

Baylor College of Medicine
1 Baylor Plaza
Houston, TX 77030
Phone: 713-798-1354