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Sacramento Mesothelioma Lawyer

Sacramento is the capital of California and the county seat of Sacramento County. It is the sixth largest California city and has a population of approximately 466,500. Sacramento was founded in 1849 close to the Sacramento River. The city quickly grew as one of the major mining-oriented trading centers where miners prospecting gold could purchase supplies. Sacramento was also an important center for communications and transportation. Unfortunately, the industrial expansion in the city coincided with the asbestos boom in the nation. As a result, many people in Sacramento have developed diseases such as mesothelioma, lung cancer and asbestosis.

Right now, approximately $30 billion is there in asbestos trust funds established for victims of asbestos diseases such as mesothelioma. If you’ve been diagnosed with asbestosis, mesothelioma or other asbestos-related illnesses, you could receive substantial financial compensation and a good mesothelioma lawyer can help you win that. We have been assisting asbestos exposure victim for nearly two decades in locating the top mesothelioma lawyers.

Sacramento Asbestos History

Sacramento is a place rich in volcanics (volcanic rocks) and active seismic fault lines. The geographical region is called the Sacramento Valley, which is popular for its productive agricultural fields as well as the mountain range Sierra Nevada. This region has large deposits of a metamorphic rock known as serpentine rocks. Serpentines typically contain white asbestos (chrysotile).

Though the people lived in the area didn’t excavate mines or use the mineral rocks as construction materials, miners and settlers from the other parts of the country did. The widespread mineral extraction and construction activities in and around the city stirred up elevated amounts of toxic chrysotile fibers into the environment. This is the major reason for the large number of asbestos-related deaths in Sacramento.

Much of the old city was rebuilt in the 1950 after it was destroyed by a series of fires and floods. Builders extensively used asbestos products due to its ability to resist fire and heat. Almost all the industrial facilities and homes built during that time contain plenty of asbestos materials. As a result, numerous construction workers were exposed to the cancer-causing substance on a daily basis.

Apart from construction, workers in the mining, power generating, and railroad industries also suffered heavy asbestos exposure regularly. As a variety of machinery and products contain asbestos, the city became home to numerous jobsites where workers were constantly exposed to the toxic mineral. Consequently, many workers later developed asbestosis, malignant mesothelioma and lung cancer.

Sacramento Job Sites Known for Asbestos Exposure

Major industries of the city are technology and healthcare, together with agriculture, communications and academics. Though asbestos is highly regulated material at this time, many Sacramento job sites were built as well as operated before the 1980s when there were no strict rules and regulations to protect employees from asbestos exposure or to minimize the levels of exposure. So, even though the newly constructed buildings are asbestos-free, there are still a number of public buildings and job sites that are known to have considerable issues linked to asbestos exposure.


  • C.K. McClatchy HS
  • John F. Kennedy HS
  • Hiram W Johnson HS
  • Sacramento HS (now known as Sacramento Charter HS)
  • San Juan HS
  • Sutterville Elementary
  • Theodore Judah Elementary
  • James W. Marshall Elementary
  • Sierra Elementary
  • Fremont Elementary
  • El Dorado Elementary


  • Mercy General Hospital (East Sacramento)
  • Mercy American River (closed)
  • Methodist Hospital
  • Sacramento VA Hospital
  • Sutter Memorial Hospital (closed)
  • UC Davis Medical Center (F/K/A Sacramento Medical Center)   

Military Bases

  • Coast Guard Air Station (USCG Air Station) Sacramento
  • McClellan Air Force Base (closed)

Transportation, Utilities and Public Works

  • AT&T Building, Watts Ave
  • Pacific Gas and Electric Co
  • Rancho Seco Nuclear Generating Station (closed)
  • Sacramento Executive and Sacramento International Airports
  • Western Pacific Railroad

Commercial Facilities

  • Bercut-Richards Packing Co
  • Buffalo Brewing Co
  • Crystal Cream and Butter Co
  • Sutter’s Embarcadero Sacramento
  • California Packing Co /Del Monte Corp

Medical Assistance near Sacramento

There are a few medical centers which offer specialized cancer care for mesothelioma victims. These facilities are within 100 miles of the metro area.

The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Medical Center

505 Parnassus Ave

San Francisco, CA-94143

Phone: 415-476-1000


The UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center

1600 Divisadero St.

San Francisco, CA-94115

Phone: 888-689-8273


The Stanford Cancer Institute (SCI)

875 Blake Wilbur Dr

Palo Alto, CA-94304

Phone: 650-498-6000


Legal Assistance in Sacramento

If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with asbestosis, malignant mesothelioma, or asbestos-related lung cancer, you might be able to receive significant compensatory damages for your physical pain and suffering, mental anguish, lost wages, and other losses associated with your injury. We can help you meet a top mesothelioma lawyer in your city. Please call us at 1-800-706-5606 or fill out our online contact form.