Claims Against Bankrupt Asbestos Companies

Over the past 40 years, a number of former manufacturers and producers of asbestos-containing products filed for bankruptcy protection. The Bankruptcy Courts created Bankruptcy Trusts with cash funds totaling in excess of one billion dollars. Even if you are unable to file a mesothelioma lawsuit due to the statute of limitations, it is possible to file claims against bankrupt asbestos companies.

Below is a list of some of the major Bankruptcy Trusts:

ACANDS Johns Manville
AP Green JT Thorpe
Leslie Kaiser Aluminum
Armstrong World Industries Keene
ASARCO Maremont
Babcock & Wilcox Metex/Kentile
Bondex Motors Liquidation Company (GM)
Burns & Roe NARCO
CE Thurston US Mineral
Celotex National Gypsum
Combustion Engineering Owens Corning
Congoleum Pittsburgh Corning
Eagle Picher Plibrico
Fibreboard Quigley
Flexitallic Raytech
Flintkote Turner & Newall
Garlock United Gilsonite Laboratories (UGL)
G-I Holdings (GAF) US Gypsum/AP Green
Halliburton (DII) Western Asbestos
Harbison Walker (DII) WR Grace
HK Porter Yarway

How the Bankruptcy Claims Process Works

If you were exposed to asbestos products manufactured by any of the companies that went into bankruptcy, you may have the legal right to file a claim for money damages against those Bankruptcy Trusts responsible for your asbestos exposure and injuries.

While you may be entitled to substantial money from the Bankruptcy Trusts, you will need the assistance of experienced attorneys to help you navigate through the complex Bankruptcy Trust filing procedures.

The attorneys at Lipsitz, Ponterio & Comerford have a Bankruptcy Department devoted solely to representing and helping clients obtain a successful bankruptcy cash settlement.

If you or a family member were exposed to asbestos products manufactured by a company now in bankruptcy, the attorneys at Lipsitz, Ponterio & Comerford will meet with you and help you obtain a successful award against the Bankruptcy Trusts. Schedule a free consultation to learn more about claims against bankrupt asbestos companies.