Standard Buffalo Foundry-asbestos-Buffalo

The Standard Buffalo Foundry a.k.a. Standard Foundry Company was founded by William A. Griffin and Edmund B. McKenna in the early 1900s. The foundry was located at 743 Hertel Avenue in Buffalo, New York, and it employed approximately 500 workers. The foundry manufactured iron castings for the automotive industry. The Standard Buffalo Foundry closed in 1959.

Prior to the late 1970s, asbestos-containing materials were utilized in the manufacturing process and maintenance procedures at the foundry in Buffalo, New York. Inhaling dust and particles from the application and removal of asbestos-containing materials placed workers at risk for developing serious health problems, such as mesothelioma and lung cancer. Even those who were not in direct contact with asbestos materials remain at risk for the development of asbestos-related diseases. If you or a loved one were once employed at Standard Buffalo Foundry in Buffalo, New York, and have been diagnosed with mesothelioma, lung cancer or another asbestos-related disease, we urge you to contact us regarding your legal rights.