ASBESTOS CLAIMS

If you worked around asbestos and have been diagnosed with any of the following types of asbestos disease, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact us today for a free consultation.

  • MESOTHELIOMA
  • LUNG CANCER
  • COLORECTAL CANCER
  • STOMACH CANCER
  • LARYNGEAL CANCER
  • ESOPHAGEAL CANCER
  • PHARYNGEAL CANCER
  • ASBESTOSIS

Asbestos is a mineral with long, thin fibers. When inhaled, these microscopic fibers can cause serious illness.  Because of its resistance to heat and chemicals and its strength and flexibility, asbestos has historically been used in a wide variety of manufactured products.  Many industrial and construction industry workers who used these products have been diagnosed with asbestos-related disease 10-50 years after their exposure.  

Asbestos Bankruptcy Trusts

Depending on your medical condition and exposure history, you may be able to receive compensation from some of the numerous Asbestos Personal Injury Trusts that are accepting claims from asbestos victims. Click Here for information about Asbestos Bankruptcy Trusts and links to Asbestos Trust websites and the latest news from the Trusts.

Jobsites

There are many jobsites in Texas where asbestos-containing products have been identified. Click Here to view a partial list of jobsites.

Contact us for a FREE CONSULTATION if you worked at any of these Texas jobsites prior to 1983.


Our Service Pledge

The attorneys at Hanners & Duncan help victims recover compensation they deserve from the companies who manufactured these asbestos-containing products.  As attorneys who formerly worked at a large firm specializing in asbestos, we will provide big firm experience with small firm responsiveness to client needs. We promise to give you and your family the compassion and individual attention that you deserve and to make sure you have a thorough understanding of what is going on with your case.  We will keep you informed and resolve your case as expeditiously as possible.  

Asbestos-containing products were frequently used by workers in the following industries:

Aerospace/Aviation Military
Asbestos Abatement Manufacturing
Asbestos Mining Petrochemical
Asbestos Products Manufacturing Railroad
Automotive/Mechanical Friction Shipyard
Chemical Textile
Construction Tire & Rubber
Insulation Utilities
Iron & Steel
Longshore
Maritime

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