How and where were you exposed to asbestos in Arizona

Asbestos was widely used in construction and industrial equipment because of its fire and heat resistant properties, ease of availability, durability, and cost-effectiveness. Before the usage of asbestos tapered in the 1980s, Arizona had a significant number of asbestos industries, particularly in Phoenix, Tucson, Scottsdale, and Yuma. United States Federal and State governments in collaboration with environmental protection agencies have enforced regulations that organize the compensation of individuals that were exposed to asbestos-containing materials.

  • New Cornelia Copper Company
  • Phelps Dodge Copper Mine
  • Phelps-Dodge Corporation
  • Bisbee Twp. Co.
  • Calumet and Arizona Mining Co.
  • Copper Queen Co. – Bisbee
  • Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Co. – Bisbee Phelps Dodge and Co.
  • General Electric - Turbine
  • South Western Nitrochemical Company
  • Southwestern Agrichemical Company
  • Spreckels Sugar Company
  • Spreckles Sugar Plant
  • Williams Air Force Base
  • Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Plant
  • Phoenix Cement Company
  • United Verde Copper Company
  • Arizona Copper Company Ltd
  • Phelps Dodge Aluminum
  • Phelps Dodge Copper Products
  • Phelps Dodge Corporation
  • Shannon Copper Company
  • Apache Generating Station
  • Apache Station
  • Arizona Electric Power Cooperative
  • Cochise Powerhouse/ Arizona Electric Power Co-Op
  • General Electric
  • Calumet and Arizona Mining Company
  • Copper Queen Consolidated Mining Company
  • Douglas Improvement Company
  • Phelps Dodge Copper Mine
  • Phelps Dodge Corporation (Douglas Smelter)
  • US Inspection Station
  • Flagstaff Electric Light Company
  • Ponderosa Paper Products Company Inc
  • Saginaw and Manistee Lumber Company
  • Southwest Forest Industries
  • Southwest Lumber Mills
  • Wisconsin Tissue
  • Childs-Irving Power Plant
  • Aqua Fria Powerhouse
  • Luke Air Force Base
  • Salt River Power Plant
  • Ariz. Eastern Railroad Company
  • Arizona Commercial Copper Company
  • Cypress Mines
  • Gibson Copper Company
  • Globe Light and Power Company
  • Inspiration Copper Mine
  • Mercury Mines of America
  • Old Dominion Copper Mining and Smelting Company
  • Superior and Boston Copper Company
  • American Smelting & Refining Company
  • Kennecott Copper Company
  • Kennecott Copper Smelter
  • Kennecott Minerals Company
  • Ray Consolidated Copper Company
  • Cholla Power Plant
  • Anaconda Copper Mining Company
  • Inspiration Consolidated Copper Company
  • Inspiration Copper Mine
  • International Consolidated Copper Company
  • Miami Copper Company
  • Duval Mine
  • Arizona Copper Company Ltd
  • Detroit Copper Mining Company
  • El Paso and S W Rr Company
  • Kennecott Copper Mine
  • Metcalf Copper Smelter
  • Morenci Power Plant
  • Morenci Smelter Plant
  • Morenci Water Company
  • P D Acid Plant
  • Phelps Dodge Acid Plant
  • Phelps Dodge Copper Mine
  • Phelps Dodge Corporation
  • Arizona Public Service Company
  • Navajo Generating Station
  • Navajo Generating Station - Salt River Project
  • Page Arizona Powerplant
  • Page Power Plant
  • Power Plant
  • Air Research Plant
  • Airesearch Corporation
  • Alcoa (F/K/A Reynolds Metals)
  • Allison Steel
  • Aluminum Processors, Inc.
  • Ariz Table Pad
  • Arizona Brewing Company
  • Arizona Edison Company
  • Arizona Engine & Pump
  • Arizona Light and Power Company
  • Arizona Liquor Dist Siding
  • Arizona Packing Company
  • Arizona Public Service Company
  • Asbestos Engineering & Supply Company
  • Barlett Heard Land and Cattle Company
  • Central Arizona Light & Power Company
  • Central Arizona St. Electric Station
  • Century Brick Company
  • Combustion Equipment Company
  • Constable Ice and Fuel Company
  • Crystal Ice and Cold Storage Company
  • Cudahy Packing Company
  • M H Sherman
  • Marsh Company Murray
  • Merritt Air Conditioning
  • Motorola Plant
  • Mountain Bell Telephone Company
  • Murray Marsh
  • National Brewing Company
  • Normande Iron & Metal
  • Ott Hardware
  • Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation
  • Pacific Gas and Electric Company
  • Palo Verde Power Station
  • Phoenix Cement Div/Am Cem
  • Phoenix Charging Plant
  • Phoenix Gas Works
  • Phoenix Light and Fuel Company
  • Phoenix Railway Company
  • Phoenix Steel
  • Phoenix Utility Company
  • Reynolds Aluminum Plant
  • Reynolds Metals Company
  • Salt River Power Agua Fria
  • Salt River Power District
  • Salt River Project
  • Salt River Pump & Supply Company
  • Santa Fe Peoria Team Track
  • Southwest Forest Industries, Inc
  • Tovrea Packing Company
  • Tucson Gas and Electric Company
  • Uneeda Laundry Supply
  • Union Carbide Corporation
  • United Wholesale, S. Pacific Team Track
  • West Phoenix Power Plant
  • Western Electric Company - Cable Plant
  • Arizona Rr Company
  • Bhp Cooper
  • HP Copper
  • Magma Copper Company
  • San Manuel Copper Corporation
  • San Manuel Copper Refinery
  • Abitibi Consolidated
  • Smurfit Stone Corp
  • Snowflake Paper and Pulp
  • Snowflake Paper Mill
  • Southwest Forest Industries
  • Southwest Lumber Mills Inc
  • SRP Coronado Power Plant
  • St. John Electric Company
  • Adams Insulation
  • Allison Steel
  • Asu Utility Tunnel
  • Ford Motor Company
  • Kaiser Refractories
  • Kyrene Plant
  • Marathon Steel Company
  • National Malleable & Steel Corporation
  • Ocotilla Power Plant
  • Safeway - Warehouse
  • Salt River Project
  • Salt River Valley Water User Association
  • Spreckels Sugar
  • Western Rolling Mills
  • Apache Powder & Tuscon Job
  • Arizona Ice and Cold Storage Company
  • Arizona Portland Cement Company
  • C.Y.R. and P. Railroad
  • Carlsons Brk & Bldrs Supply
  • Duval Mine
  • Eagle Milling Company
  • Fort Huachuca
  • Hughes Aircraft
  • Irvington Generating Sta
  • Lenco Heating & Cooling
  • Marsh Company Murray
  • Omalley Lumber Company
  • Pacific Fruit Express
  • Pacific Fruit Express Company
  • Phelps Dodge Copper Mine
  • Provo Team Track
  • Saguaro Power Plant
  • Sahuaro H.S.
  • Southwestern Alloys Division Nat Av
  • Titan Missile Site
  • Tucson Electric Power Company - Irvington Station
  • Tucson Gas and Electric Company
  • Tucson Metal & Manufacturing Company
  • Tuscon Powerhouse
  • Luke Air Force Base
  • U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (Welton-Mohawk Gila)
  • W.S. Power
  • Yucca Power Plant
  • Yuma Desalting Plant
  • Yuma Electric Water Company
  • Yuma Ice and Cld Stge Company
  • Yuma Marine Corps Base
Flagstaff Page Mineral Rock Clarkdale Snowflake St. John Fossil Creek Glendale Phoenix Tempe Chandler Miami Globe Hayden San Manuel Cochise Morenci Clifton Ajo Bisbee Douglas Luke Air Force Base Yuma Cochise County Maricopa Prima Gila County

Do you qualify for asbestos compensation?

If you were injured by occupational asbestos exposure and struggle with one of the diseases below, you are immediately eligible for compensation. Since these are very serious diseases that are directly linked to asbestos exposure, all you have to do is give our law firm a call and send our legal experts the necessary documents for filing a claim.

Lung Cancer Mesothelioma Throat Cancer Esophageal Cancer Bronchial Cancer Gastrointestinal Cancer Colorectal Cancer

On the other hand, if you suffer from one of the following diseases and suspect it was the result of asbestos exposure, you will be required to undergo free, additional medical tests with our medical team in Birmingham, Alabama in person. Because the connection between these health problems and asbestos exposure is not completely clear, we will need to find out whether asbestos exposure is the real cause of your diagnosis.

AsbestosisPulmonary FibrosisPleural PlaquesPleural EffusionDiffuse Pleural ThickeningCOPDEmphysemaChronic BronchitisPleurisyLung NodulesLung SpotsAsthmaTuberculosisPneumonitisHistoplasmosisRounded AtelectasisLung Scarring Bladder Cancer

Asbestos exposure diseases
statute of limitations in Arizona

If you have developed lung cancer or other asbestos-related diseases and suspect you have suffered a chronic exposure to asbestos at your worksite, you can file an asbestos claim.

To submit the request successfully, you need to be aware of the time limitations. You need to follow the statute of limitations applicable in the state of Arizona. The statute of limitations is the deadline for filing your asbestos claim. In Arizona, the personal injury statute of limitations for lung cancer claims is two years from the date of the diagnosis of the condition.

For a wrongful death asbestos claim, that the family members can file, the time limit is two years from the death of their loved one.

Filing an asbestos claim in Arizona

Current and former residents of Arizona diagnosed with an asbestos-related disease, and their family members should contact us as soon as possible. The statutes of limitations are only two years from the date of the diagnosis (for personal injury claims) and the time of death (for wrongful death claims). In 90% of the cases, we file asbestos trust fund claims rather than going through a lawsuit. Our experienced attorneys will help you with the steps involved in the asbestos claim process.

At Environmental Litigation Group, P.C., we strive to get you the best asbestos claim results possible. To pay out asbestos claims, asbestos trust funds managers rely on something called case valuation matrix. The case valuation matrix is a document approximating historical settlement values and assigning different values for compensable cancer types. The base dollar amounts vary by state or region because location sets occupational asbestos exposure levels. The table below provides the average settlement values, by disease level, at asbestos trust funds with seven disease levels, as presented in Rand Corporation's report on Asbestos Bankruptcy Trusts.

Average amounts paid by asbestos trust funds

Lung Cancer
Other Cancer
Non Malignant Diseases

Disclaimer: Compensation for your asbestos case will be calculated starting from the base calculation matrix, increasing or decreasing the level of compensation according to the specifics of your case. Factors that can affect the value of your case include, but are not limited to, your location, age, work history, pain and suffering, the asbestos products involved in occupational exposure, and expenses related to your illness. Individual cases vary based on such factors, and previous results don't ensure an equal outcome. The factors specific to your case make it difficult to predict its value before you file an asbestos claim. So, determining how much your case is worth can be a complicated process. If you have any questions about settlements and your legal rights, please contact us immediately for a free consultation.

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Why residents in Arizona choose us?

We are a team of experienced mesothelioma and lung cancer lawyers with practical knowledge, well-informed on the Arizona asbestos laws and the complexities involved in filing asbestos claims. Our lawyers will keep you up to date and provide step-by-step guidance regarding the legal process required to obtain the justice and compensation you deserve. As we work with multidisciplinary specialists, we can provide information about the best medical professionals in your area.

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