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Armstrong World Industries, Inc.

Workers Exposed to Asbestos

This company was initially a wine bottle cork manufacturer when it was founded in the year 1860. After the 1890’s, the company started to expand its product line to insulating corkboard, fiberboard and linoleum flooring. By 2011, Armstrong World Industries became one of the largest manufacturers of hardwood flooring. For its insulation and vinyl flooring products, Armstrong used asbestos in manufacturing them, putting the company’s workers in danger of inhaling the mineral’s fibers, along with the people installing these.

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Our Specialists Provide Asbestos Screenings Free of Charge to Former Armstrong World Industries, Inc. Employees

With over 150 years of professional activity, Armstrong World Industries, Inc. enjoyed global success as a building products manufacturer throughout the last century and is still one of the leading companies in the industry nowadays. Between the 1930s and the 1970s, it employed large amounts of asbestos in the majority of their products, which included pipe insulation, vinyl floor tiles, mastic, as well as cement. Some of the brand names of the Armstrong World Industries, Inc. asbestos products are Armstrong Asphalt Tile, CC Navy Sealer, Accobest Gasketing Material, and Hydrocord Flooring Felt. These building materials were used in the construction of residential and commercial structures, but also for industrial and military facilities.

If you were employed at Armstrong World Industries, Inc. during the heyday of asbestos, we strongly advise you to undergo a thorough medical examination. Unfortunately, the diseases asbestos exposure causes often go undetected for years due to lack of specific, perceivable symptoms. To promote early diagnosis, we offer free asbestos screenings to people who worked at Armstrong World Industries, Inc. before the company ceased the use of this carcinogen. Please send in your most recent chest X-ray and, after a careful examination, our experts will let you know whether the asbestos fibers in your lungs have produced any damage so far.

Call 205.328.9200 Asbestos Screening

Superior Legal Assistance for the Family Members of Armstrong World Industries, Inc. Workers Injured by Secondary Asbestos Exposure


Due to the numerous lawsuits which were being filed against the company after 1980 by former employees whose health had been affected by occupational asbestos exposure, Armstrong World Industries, Inc. sought bankruptcy protection in 2000. Today, both people injured by workplace exposure and those who came to suffer the harrowing consequences of secondary exposure can recover the money they deserve from the asbestos trust fund of the company, which was established in 2006. So far, thousands of asbestos victims have successfully claimed the financial compensation they were eligible for, and the company still has approximately $2 million in their trust fund at the moment.

With the aid of a lawyer who specializes in asbestos cases, recovering compensation is very easy, even as a victim of secondary exposure. The attorneys at Environmental Litigation Group, P.C. have been dedicating their endeavors to assisting individuals whose health was hindered by asbestos exposure since 1990 and will be glad to lend you a helping hand. After contacting us, we will promptly take over your case and begin collecting evidence to support your claim. The process is simple and requires no litigation. If you lived in the same house as a former Armstrong World Industries, Inc. worker and now struggle with a disease such as lung cancer, COPD, asbestosis, or mesothelioma, we urge you to take legal action immediately, as asbestos cases have a statute of limitations.

Payment percentage

Claim Valuation for Mesothelioma

110,000 Scheduled
130,500 Average
400,000 Maximum

Claim Approval Criteria for Mesothelioma

Diagnosis Requirements

Physical Exam
Pathology

Causation Statement Requirement

Latency and Exposure Requirements

Latency 10 years
Company Exposure prior to 19831 day
Occupational Exposure prior to 19831 day