Alex R. Hernandez Jr. PLLC is investigating claims that Texas residents and workers living in close proximity to or working in certain industrial plants have contracted cancers such as non-Hodgkin lymphoma due to ethylene oxide contamination in the air.
Calhoun County Texas Sources
Port Lavaca Texas/Point Comfort, Texas – Formosa
Port Lavaca, Texas/Seadrift, Texas – Union Carbide/ Dow Inc.
Port Lavaca, Texas, Seadrift, Texas – DuPont/Invista
Corpus Christi Area
Bishop, Texas – Celanese
Ingleside – Dupont/Chemours
Ingleside – Oxychem/Occidental
Webb County Source
Laredo,TX – Midwest Sterlization Corp.
Lake Jackon, Texas/Freeport, Texas – Dow Inc.
Clear Lake, Texas – Celanese
Pasadena, TX – Arkema Plant
Pasadena, TX – LyondellBasell Plant
Pasadena, TX – BakerHughes Plant
Pasadena, TX – Carpenter Chemical Plant
Port Nesches, TX – TPC Group
Ethylene oxide is a gas commonly used in the manufacture of other chemical compounds that are produced by chemical plants. But ethylene oxide is acknowledged as a known human carcinogen (cancer-causing compound or substance) in high concentrations and over long periods of exposure. The chemical has been linked to non-Hodgkin lymphoma, leukemia, multiple myeloma, and breast cancer and other serious physical injuries.
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer or a blood-related disorder after living near or working with ethylene oxide, you may have a case for compensation. Call Alex R. Hernandez Jr. PLLC today 361-552-3100 (Port Lavaca/Seadrift) 361-454-1000 (Corpus Christi/Ingleside)
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