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Fort Stockton - Marfa - Alpine

Fort Stockton, Marfa, Alpine Big Bend TexasThe Fort Stockton - Marfa - Alpine area is Big Bend country. Yet the asbestos tragedy has managed to reach the vast desert expanses of West Texas with numerous known asbestos job sites. From the 1960s through the 1980s, asbestos was used as a drilling mud additive in drilling rig mud systems in West Texas. Roughnecks, derrick men, drillers, mud men and other oil field workers were exposed to asbestos during drilling process. Countless commercial and residential buildings throughout Fort Stockton - Marfa - Alpine also utilized asbestos-containing materials such as plaster, joint compound, drywall texture, floor tile and shingles.

oil field pump jackTexas is where Ben DuBose was born, raised and makes his home. He knows the state well and the many areas where asbestos has impacted lives. For over a decade, he has represented hundreds of mesothelioma victims. Texas is a big state and Ben's aware your medical treatments are time-consuming. That's why he'll come to you for legal appointments. You won't have to take away from your family or health care.

If you or a family member has been diagnosed with mesothelioma or other asbestos-caused lung cancer, give us a call at 877-857-2914. We have the knowledge, experience and resources you need. Ben is honored to represent the hard-working men and women who helped make Texas and this country great.

Texas Metro Areas

Asbestos Job Site List Texas

Abilene El Paso Midland - Odessa
Amarillo - Dalhart - Dumas - Borger Fort Stockton - Marfa - Alpine San Angelo
Austin - San Marcos Fort Worth San Antonio
Beaumont - Port Arthur - Orange Galveston - Texas City Sherman - Denison
Brazoria Houston Texarkana
Brownsville - Harlingen - San Benito Killeen - Temple Tyler
Bryan - College Station Longview - Marshall Victoria
Corpus Christi Lubbock Waco
Dallas McAllen - Edinburg - Mission Wichita Falls