Vermont Exposure Sites

Many of our clients are unsure of how they could have been exposed to asbestos. We have hired some of the best investigators in the business. Our investigators will track down who was responsible to help ensure that they can be held accountable.

Below is a partial list of Vermont buildings and job sites where asbestos exposure may have occurred. If you or a loved one have mesothelioma, or other asbestos-related injury, and wish to consult a Vermont mesothelioma lawyer about your legal rights to compensation, CLICK HERE for a free consultation or call us at 866-373-5000.

Mack Moulding Company

Granite Quarry
Jones Brothers Company
Manufactures Quarring Company

Bellows Falls
Fall Mountain Mill
Green Mountain Paper
International Paper Company
White Mt Paper Company
Wyman Flint and Sons

Bennington Pottery Company
Black Cat Textiles
Board of Education
Cooperative Design
H.E. Bradford Company

Central Vermont Medical Center

Brattleboro High School
Suburban Propane
Twin State Gas and Electric Company

Blodgett Supply Company, Inc.
Burlington Light and Power Company
Burlington Water Dept.
General Electric
Hiawaitha School
Joel H. Gates and Company
Mary Fletcher Hospital
Queen City Cotton Company
St. Johnsbury Trucking Terminal
University of Vermont - various buildings
University of Vermont, College of Medicine
Vermont Savings Bank

Vermont Light Aggregate

Mack Moulding Company

Green Mountain Power Corporation

East Granville
Eastern Talc Company

New England Dairies

Essex Junction
IBM Cd Plant
Industrial Insulation, Inc.

Fitzdale Paper Company

White Pigment Corporation

Highgate Falls Power Station

Central Vermont Public Service Corp.

Georgia Pacific Corporation
Gilman Paper Company

Woodbury Granite Company

Champlain Valley Union High School

The College

Middlebury College - Heating Plant

Consolidated Light and Power Company
Consolidated Lighting Company
Corry Deavitt Frost Electric Company
Green Mountain Power Corporation
Montpelier and Barre Light and Power Company
National Life Insurance Company

Copley Hospital
Plywood Factory - Boiler Plant

North Country Union High School

North Pownal
North Pownal Manufacturing Company
  North Troy
Owens Illinois Plywood Company
Owens-Illinois, Inc.
Roddis Plywood Corp.

New England Tale Company

Rice Brothers

Vermont Marble Company

Canney Plue Inc.
Dial Exchange Building
Gmc Infirmary
Green Mountain College
Howe Scale Company
Rutland Fire Clay Co.
Rutland Hospital
Vermont Electric Power Co. Inc.
Vermont Marble Company

Saxton River
Vermont Academy

South Burlington
Green Mountain Insulation

South Shaftsbury
Eagle Square Manufacturing Company

Jones and Lamson Mach Company

Robert A Keasbey Co.

St. Albans
Air Route Surveillance Radar
Board of Education
Central Vermont Railway, Incorporated
Koffee & Teachout
St. Albans Cooperative Creamery Company
St. Albans Electric Light and Power Company

St. Johnsbury
Fairbanks Morse & Company
St. Johnsbury Electric Company
E. & T. Fairbanks and Company

Owens Illinois Plywood Company
Kraft Foods Division

Sheffield Farms Company, Inc.
Sheffield Farms, Slawsons-Decker Company
Simmons Precision Products

Vermont Yankee Power Plant

Wallingford Manufacturing Company

State of Vermont, Dept. of Administration Purchasing Div.
Vermont State Hospital

Manufacturers Quarring Company

Wells River
Adams Paper Company

West Rutland
Monroe Sholesale, Inc.

White River Junction
Central Vermont Railway, Incorporated
Shepard Corporation

International Paper Company
Olcott Falls Company

American Woolen Company, Inc.
Champlain Mills

Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company
Vermont State Prison
Windsor Manufacturing Corporation

Fort Ethan Allen
Lejtieoman Allen Bldg #5
Burlington Light and Power Company

A.S. Dewey Company

Mesothelioma Attorneys in Vermont

Our mesothelioma attorneys are proud to represent mesothelioma victims and their families across the United States, including hardworking men and women in Vermont.

Vermont State FlagThe only known cause of mesothelioma cancer is asbestos exposure. Tons of asbestos were mined in the United States throughout the 20th century and used in many industries, including Vermont factories, power plants, hospitals and schools. The state of Vermont also has two natural deposits of asbestos, putting residents at further risk of exposure.

Major cities in Vermont where asbestos exposure is known to have occurred at jobsites include:

  • Burlington
  • South Burlington
  • Rutland
  • Barre
  • Montpelier
  • Winooski
  • St. Albans

Filing a Mesothelioma Claim in Vermont

Our mesothelioma attorneys in Vermont are focused solely on mesothelioma cases, allowing us to be sensitive to the concerns of our clients suffering while navigating the unique legal aspects of these cases and maximizing each client's recovery. It is important to know that every state has its own laws and if you wait too long, your claims may be barred.

Vermont Mesothelioma Treatment Centers

The following are physicians and cancer centers near Vermont that specialize in the treatment of mesothelioma cancer. If you would like to learn more, CLICK HERE to contact our client service team or call us at 866-373-5000.

Vermont Cancer Center Mesothelioma Treatment    Norris Cotton Cancer Center
Vermont Cancer Center
University of Vermont
89 Beaumont Avenue, E-213 Given Building
Burlington, Vermont 05405
  Norris Cotton Cancer Center
Dartmouth University
1 Medical Center Drive
Lebanon, New Hampshire 03756

Vermont Mesothelioma Physicians

Steven Grunberg, M.D.
Vermont Cancer Center
89 Beaumont Avenue
Burlington, Vermont 05405
(802) 656-5457
  Dr. Cherie P. Erkmen
Norris Cotton Cancer Center
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
One Medical Center Drive
Lebanon, NH 03756

Mesothelioma Resources

Mesothelioma is a rare and very serious form of cancer found in the lining surrounding the lungs, the stomach, or the heart. The only known cause of mesothelioma is exposure to asbestos.

It often takes 10 to 60 years after exposure to asbestos before the symptoms of mesothelioma develop. This period of time is referred to as a latency period. Because of the latency period, the disease commonly affects men and women that are at least 50 years of age and that worked with asbestos between 10 and 60 years ago.

Vermont Mesothelioma Facts

Today, the use of asbestos and the handling of asbestos materials are regulated in the United States but its use is not banned. It is recognized as a hazardous material and is monitored by OSHA and the EPA but exposure risks still exist. The United States still consumes 30 million pounds of new asbestos per year. Additionally, many old homes, factories, schools, warehouses, and commercial buildings still contain old asbestos products. Naturally occurring asbestos minerals can also be found in the state of Vermont presenting further risk of exposure to residents.

The average incident rate of mesothelioma in the United States is 1 / 100,000 - the state of Vermont is below the National average.

There are a number of different jobs that caused a larger amount of exposure to asbestos on a more frequent basis. Below you will find today's employment numbers for several of these high risk jobs in Vermont:

Occupation 2008 Vermont Employment
Construction 16,166
Mechanical Engineers 630
Electricians 1,510
Teachers & Instructors 3,970
Mechanics & Technicians 2,910
Plumbers, Pipefitters & Steamfitters 1,380


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