As a 30-year advocate for asbestos victims, Dave Halpern has represented hundreds of people and successfully settled or litigated in many cases. These are just a few examples:
A 62-year-old client received a mesothelioma diagnosis after working as a union electrician for decades. He worked in industrial settings, including power plants and steel mills in Kentucky.
Also 62 at the time of his mesothelioma diagnosis, this client operated heavy equipment and furnaces at a Pennsylvania steel mill. He came into contact with asbestos in hot tops and pipe coverings.
Diagnosed with mesothelioma at 53, this client worked as a welder in a steel mill. He worked with asbestos in fireproofing materials, gaskets, and pipe coverings in the Pennsylvania plant.
A veteran of the U.S. Navy, this client was diagnosed with mesothelioma at age 70. He worked as a machinist in the navy, coming into contact with asbestos in pumps and valves. Later in his career, he worked in New Jersey and Pennsylvania power plants and refineries again exposed to asbestos.
Diagnosed with mesothelioma at age 55, this man worked in construction, building industrial sites like power plants. He was exposed to asbestos in gaskets, pipe coverings, and cement products.
At 56, this client received a mesothelioma diagnosis after working as a commercial and industrial electrician. He handled circuit breakers, controllers, and other electrical equipment that contained asbestos.
This 76-year-old client worked in construction and at a supply depot. He worked with plaster, siding, electrical equipment, and joint compounds made with asbestos.
This 76-year-old client received a lung cancer diagnosis after working as a pipefitter and machinist in a Pennsylvania power plant. He repaired pumps and valves with packing and gaskets made with asbestos.
An 81-year-old client diagnosed with lung cancer worked at a Pennsylvania power plant as a pipefitter, rigger, and machinist. He repaired boilers and turbines with asbestos.
This client received a lung cancer diagnosis at age 70. He had worked as a union pipefitter in a variety of industrial settings, including power plants, refineries, glass plants, and chemical plants.