Ethylene Oxide Injury Lawyers

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.

Houston Area
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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