Anderson & Greenville S.C. Upstate Mesothelioma Lawyers That Get Results
South Carolina Metro Areas
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Mesothelioma lawyers Serving Greenville, Spartanburg, Anderson & more.
Many workers in the Upstate of South Carolina were regularly exposed to asbestos during their careers up through the 1970s, and even later than that in some industries. Sadly, some of these workers are eventually diagnosed with mesothelioma, a rare form of cancer. Here in South Carolina, the CDC estimates about 30 South Carolinians die of mesothelioma each year. Nationwide, there are 3,000 cases of mesothelioma each year.
A mesothelioma diagnosis can be devastating to you and your family. But additional pain and suffering, especially in the legal or financial realm, is optional. That’s where Rogers, Patrick, Westbrook & Brickman comes in. RPWB attorneys have worked on mesothelioma cases in South Carolina since the first successful product liability case against asbestos manufacturers in the 1970s. We have helped thousands of mesothelioma victims in every state and territory, but especially in our home state of South Carolina.
Our asbestos team is comprised of lawyers who have devoted their entire careers to securing justice for mesothelioma, and we have extensive experience with every major asbestos jobsite in South Carolina. That experience is key to maximizing financial compensation from all asbestos manufacturers who contributed to the mesothelioma. Give us a call anytime at 1-866-594-8765 to get the process started. In most cases, our attorneys are available to meet at your home or another convenient location within just a day or two.
Upstate South Carolina Asbestos Jobsites
If you worked in a large manufacturing facility, industrial plant, textile mill, or power plant in the Upstate of South Carolina in the last 60 years – especially between 1940 and 1990 – there is a chance that you were exposed to asbestos. Although asbestos was present in many work places, asbestos products were used heavily in textile mills, shipyards, power plants, and chemical plants throughout the state. Below are some of the major asbestos job sites in the Upstate of South Carolina as well as other major sites throughout the Palmetto State:
- Allied Chemical – Columbia
- A.P. Green Refractory Company – Columbia
- Berea Industrial Park – Berea
- Bomb Plant/Savannah River Plant/Savannah River Site – Aiken and Barnwell
- Bowater Paper – Catawba, Rock Hill
- Carolina Eastman Co. – Various locations
- Carolina Power & Light – Hartsville, Irmo, Anderson, Pine Ridge, Goose Creek
- Celanese – Rock Hill, Greer, Spartanburg
- Charleston Dry Dock – Charleston
- Charleston Air Force Base – Charleston
- Charleston Consolidated Railway Gas and Electric Company – Charleston
- Charleston Naval Shipyard – Charleston
- Charleston Shipbuilding & Drydock Company
- Chemstrand Corporation – Greenwood
- Denton Shipyard – Wando
- Detyens Shipyards – Charleston
- Dupont – Camden, Aiken, Charleston, Dunbarton, Ellenton, Florence, Lugoff, Winona
- Duke Power – Seneca, York, College Spur, Pelzer, Henry, Newry, Anderson, Chappells, Salem, Williamston, Various locations in NC
- Eastman Chemical Company – Columbia
- Eastman Kodak Company – Anderson
- Esso Standard Oil Company – Charleston
- Fiber Industries – Greenville
- Fluor Daniel Corporation – Greenville (17)
- Fort Jackson – Columbia
- General Electric – Greenville, Irmo, Parr, Florence, Ladson, Conway
- Georgetown Powerhouse – Georgetown
- Georgetown Steel – Georgetown
- Grace Bleachery – Lancaster
- Graniteville Mill – Graniteville
- Hoechst Celanese – Rock Hill, Spartanburg, Forster
- Industrial Firebrick Company – Columbia
- International Paper Company – Georgetown
- J.P. Stevens And Company – Rock Hill, Wallace, Kollacks, Anderson, Baldock, Cheraw, Great Falls, Taylors, Walterboro, Greer, Whitmire, Jonesville, Greenville, Laurens
- Jefferies Steam Plant – Moncks Corner
- Milliken & Company – Abbeville, Pacolet, Union, McCormick, Lockhart, Marietta
- Mobay Chemical Corp. – Goose Creek
- Monsanto – Greenwood
- North Brothers – College Spur, Spartanburg, Charleston, Columbia, Port Royal, Savannah
- Owens-Corning – Aiken, Anderson, Charlotte
- Raybestos-Manhattan Plant – Charleston
- Savannah River Site – Aiken, Barnwell
- Smurfit Stone – Florence
- South Carolina Electric & Gas – Parr, Charleston, Goose Creek, Beech Island, Canadays, Iness, Columbia, Middleton, Wateree, Inness, Irmo, Saluda
- Sonoco Products Company – Hartsville
- Springs Industries – Columbia, Fort Lawn, Lyman, York
- United States Marine Barracks – Parris Island
- United States Naval Air Station – Beaufort
- University of South Carolina – Columbia
- U.S. Navy Yard – Charleston
- Westinghouse – Hampton
- Westinghouse Turbines – Charleston
- Westvaco – Charleston
- Winyard Steam Plant – Columbia
Click to see a full list of South Carolina jobsites where workers may have been exposed to asbestos
You can easily search for a South Carolina asbestos job site you may have worked on or visited.
RPWB’s mesothelioma lawyers have extensive experience with job sites throughout South Carolina, where asbestos was widely used.
Our experienced team of Upstate South Carolina mesothelioma attorneys is available 24-7 to people diagnosed with mesothelioma and their families. We will answer your questions and begin the process of obtaining compensation from the asbestos companies.
We serve clients who have previously lived or worked in Greenville, Spartanburg, Anderson, across the Upstate of South Carolina – no matter where they live today, across the entire United States.
Our knowledge combined with our network of medical and occupational experts will help you maximize the amount of financial compensation you receive from the asbestos manufacturers that caused your mesothelioma.
To learn more about our work with mesothelioma cases in South Carolina, click here.
Please give us a call at 1-866-594-8765 or send us a message through this website when you’re ready to talk.
South Carolina Mesothelioma Statute of Limitations
In South Carolina, mesothelioma lawsuits must be filed within three years. The clock typically begins ticking when a person knows or should know that they have mesothelioma, but there are some exceptions. Please contact us without delay to get the process started so we can build the best possible case on your behalf.