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“Mesowatch is committed to providing you with trusted legal assistance on mesothelioma and lung cancer and other types of lung cancer. You can count on Mesowatch to help you protect your rights and get the legal assistance you deserve.”
The Mesowatch national asbestos exposure litigation team prioritizes that oil refinery workers diagnosed with mesothelioma or lung cancer who were exposed to asbestos in the the workplace secure the fastest possible trial dates and access to available trust funds and settlements, often exceeding a million dollars to assist in improving patient quality of life. Mesowatch provides an incredibly knowledgeable free case evaluation from extremely experienced mesothelioma attorneys.

The many benefits of asbestos within the oil industry include, its heat- and flame-resistance, and impervious to chemical corrosion. Asbestos is soft and pliable, and can be used in oil refineries where a soft, flexible fabric is required. Whether in its crude form or in any of its several stages of refinement, petrochemicals are highly volatile substances, making asbestos very useful in petroleum refineries in regards to preventing employee death or injury from flame, and preventing property damage throughout the entire refinery.

Asbestos insulation was used to shield every piece of machinery throughout the facility, and as asbestos insulation ages it becomes “friable”, a stage where it is brittle and can crumble easily, releasing microfibers into the air and causing health dangers when inhaled. Hurricane Rita and other dangerous weather events in Texas brought high winds that damaged the insulation in many refineries, spreading asbestos fibers throughout the refineries themselves and across the region as well.

Unfortunately, although many of these products were banned from production decades ago, many remain still in use today. Because Texas is one of the primary states producing states of petroleum products, this industry is known to contain a high risk of exposure to asbestos, these oil refinery workers face high likelihood of developing mesothelioma or lung cancer due to their extent of exposure.

Oil refinery workers were usually exposed to high levels of asbestos on a daily basis. While there were major oil refineries located in all states across the country, there were numerous locations in Texas, exposing not only their employees to asbestos but the local citizens as well. The oil refinery workers are not only at a high risk for the development of mesothelioma or lung cancer due to asbestos exposure, but they would have brought the fibers home after work, and through secondary exposure, these family members at home could also develop the diseases from the asbestos exposure.

Mesowatch provides the following tips for oil refinery workers to help gain the fastest potential compensation claim for settlement of your asbestos exposure lawsuit:https://mesowatch.com/texas-mesothelioma-lawyers/

1. Oil refinery workers exposed to asbestos on a daily basis during their careers, should call the Mesowatch Free Legal Help Line at 800-956-9876 for knowledgeable information from experienced mesothelioma attorneys working hard to obtain the highest asbestos compensation results.

2. The skilled mesothelioma attorneys with Mesowatch will work quickly to assist in achieving fast trial dates and access to trust funds, and the best possible lawsuit settlement amounts from all liable parties. Expect a highly skilled and experienced national asbestos exposure litigation team to assist with your compensation claim

Oil refinery workers are also advised to contact the Mesowatch national asbestos exposure law center for free case evaluation. Everyone in the area of these Texas refineries faces the potential of asbestos exposure while many asbestos-containing products that were input to the refineries still remain in use:

•AGE Refining

•BP Amoco



•Clark Refining

•Coastal Refining


•Fina Oil




•Mobil Oil Texas

•Motiva Enterprises

•Phillips Pride Refining

•Port Arthur

•Shell Deer Park Refining

•Specified Fuels

•Ultramar Diamond

•Valero Energy

So many oil refineries are now considered a “Superfund” toxic site by theUS EPA. Superfund sites are polluted locations requiring a long-term response to clean up hazardous material contaminations. The amount of asbestos exposure experienced by every oil refinery workers at any one of these facilities has the potential to be great, and the Mesowatch litigation team is here to listen to their work history and determine all instances of asbestos exposure. The EPA websiteprovides a list of national priority sites determined to be “Superfund” sites because of their toxicity, including many Texas oil refineries and wells.

About 3,000 US citizens are diagnosed with mesothelioma or lung cancer each year due to past asbestos exposure. According to the CDC the mesothelioma or lung cancer victim is an average age of 72 and initially misdiagnosed with pneumonia due to the similar symptoms of serious cough, chest pain, and trouble breathing. With the initial delayed symptoms not appearing until up to 40 years after asbestos exposure the delay causes these aggressive cancers to take a toll very quickly. 

Mesowatch recommends to the diagnosed patients and their family members, “Before hiring a mesothelioma or lung cancer attorney to start your lawsuit or compensation claim, call our Free Legal Help Line at 800-956-9876, and take a moment for a free case evaluation. We will work for the fastest possible trial dates, and access to available trust funds and settlements against all potentially liable parties.” https://mesowatch.com/texas-mesothelioma-lawyers/ 

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Phone: 800-956-9876
City: Houston
State: TX
Country: United States
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