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Mesothelioma and Asbestos Exposure in Brooklyn, New York

Brooklyn is a borough of New York City, New York and occupies present-day Kings County. Brooklyn has approximately 2.5 million residents, making it the state's most populous county. Brooklyn sits on the western end of Long Island, where the Hudson River empties into the Atlantic Ocean. Its proximity to Manhattan and East Coast shipping lanes has shaped Brooklyn's economy, which at one time depended heavily on manufacturing, particularly shipbuilding. Today, more than half of Brooklyn's residents work outside the borough, and the economy has become more service-based. Notable attractions include the Coney Island amusement area, with its recently rebuilt Luna Park, 19th century Green-Wood Cemetery, and 585-acre Prospect Park.

Dutch settlers established the village of Breukelen in 1646. Over time, the name evolved to its present spelling of Brooklyn. The Brooklyn Navy Yard, also known as the New York Naval Shipyard, was established in 1801. By World War II, the yard included a railroad spur, radio station, four dry-docks, foundries and machine shops. The Navy Yard was the largest employer in Brooklyn for many years. Following the yard’s decommissioning in 1966, other businesses have occupied the site, including Seatrain Shipbuilding, industrial design firms and artists' studios. Sugar refining was also a major industry beginning in 1730. By 1887, American Sugar Refining Company and other Brooklyn companies were processing 68 percent of the country's raw imported sugar. The Domino Sugar sign was a Brooklyn landmark for generations, as was that of Kentile Floors, Inc., a flooring manufacturer which operated from 1898-1992. Brooklyn's manufacturing base has declined somewhat, as finance, high-tech and entertainment industries have become more prominent, but many specialty manufacturers remain, turning out furniture, clothing, metal goods, and food products. In 2007, pharmaceutical manufacturer Pfizer closed its original plant, which had operated continuously in Brooklyn since 1849.

Brooklyn has a substantial history of manufacturing and construction where asbestos-containing materials were frequently used. Workers exposed to asbestos in Brooklyn are at risk for mesothelioma cancer. We provide information about mesothelioma treatment options in and around Brooklyn at the bottom of this page. If you were exposed to asbestos in Brooklyn, you may benefit from seeking the advice of an asbestos lawyer.

Asbestos Exposure at Jobsites in Brooklyn

We have compiled information obtained from a number of sources to identify the following job sites in Brooklyn where asbestos exposure was known to have occurred. These sites are listed below.

  • A Schroders Son
  • A. G. Spalding and Brothers
  • A. Schrader's Sons, Inc.
  • A.M.F. Inc.
  • A.W. Barnes Soap Works.
  • Aberdeen Blower and Sheetmetal Works Inc
  • Abraham and Strauss
  • Acands, Inc.
  • Acorn Insulated Wire
  • Adolph Gobel
  • All Service Laundry
  • American Coffee Company
  • American Machine and Foundry Company
  • American Manufacturing Company
  • American Molasses Company
  • American Railway Traffic Company
  • American Refractories
  • American Sugar Refining, Inc.
  • American Tartar Company
  • American Tobacco Company
  • Amstar Corporation
  • Amster Plumbing & Supply
  • Ansonia Clock Company
  • Arbuckle Brothers Sugar Refinery
  • Arbuckle Building
  • Argus Chemical Corp
  • Argyll
  • Aristocraft Fiber Spray Company
  • Arkell Safety Bag Company
  • Asbeska Asbestos Company
  • Atlantic & Pacific Oil Company
  • Atlantic Avenue Railroad Company
  • Atlantic Basin Ironworks
  • Atlantic Basin Shipyard
  • Atlantic Heat and Power Inc.
  • Atlas Can Company
  • Austin Nichols Company
  • Badger Aluminum Extrusion Corp
  • Banneryarn Dyeing Corp
  • Batterman Bld
  • Bay Ridge Dock Company
  • Beckers Works
  • Bee Hive Hygienic Ice Company
  • Benisch Brothers
  • Benjamin G. Hitchings, Inc
  • Bethlehem Steel Corporation
  • Bklyn Heights Railroad Company
  • Bossert Hotel
  • Brillo Manufacturing Company
  • Bristol Myers Company
  • Brookdale Hospital Center
  • Brookfield Glass Company
  • Brookly R. I. Company
  • Brooklyn Academy of Music
  • Brooklyn Army Base
  • Brooklyn Borough Gas Company
  • Brooklyn Center School
  • Brooklyn Central Court House
  • Brooklyn Central Library
  • Brooklyn City Railroad Company
  • Brooklyn College
  • Brooklyn Cooperage Company
  • Brooklyn Edison Company
  • Brooklyn Elks Lodge #22
  • Brooklyn Gas Lt Company
  • Brooklyn Height Railroad Company
  • Brooklyn Home For Consumptives
  • Brooklyn Hospital
  • Brooklyn Hygienic Ic Company
  • Brooklyn Municipal Building
  • Brooklyn Naval Shipyard
  • Brooklyn Oil Refinery
  • Brooklyn Post Office
  • Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company
  • Brooklyn Steel Warehouse Company
  • Brooklyn Sugar Refining Company
  • Brooklyn Supreme Court
  • Brooklyn Technical High School
  • Brooklyn Thor Hospital
  • Brooklyn Union Gas Company
  • Brooklyn Union Gas Company(Office Building.)
  • Buchanan and Lyall
  • Burden and Company
  • Bureau of Equipment Us Navy Yerd
  • Bureau of Ordnance
  • Bureau of Provision and Clothing
  • Bureau of Yards and Docks
  • Bush Terminal Buildings Company
  • Bushwick High School
  • Bust Terminal Company
  • C W Cooper
  • C. Kenyon Company
  • Camden Ship Repair
  • Carey Manufacturing Company
  • Cascade Laundry
  • Charles Pfizer & Company, Inc.
  • Charles Pratt and Company
  • Chas. F. Lehman
  • Chas. T. Bainbridge's Sons
  • Chesebrough Manufacturing Company
  • Chevrolet
  • Church and Company
  • Cirrillo Brothers Pertroleum
  • Citizens Works
  • City of New York - Coney Island Sewage Disposal
  • City of New York - Paerdegat Pumping Station
  • City of Ny Board of Transportatioin Nyc Transit System
  • Clayburn Contracting Company
  • Columbia Chemical Works
  • Columbia Folding Bed Company Successors
  • Columbia Mantel Company
  • Commonwealth Color and Chemical Company
  • Commonwealth Edison Company
  • Coney Island and Brooklyn Railroad Company
  • Cowferthwait Building
  • Crawford and Company
  • Cu Crest Corp
  • Davidson Pipe Supply Company, Inc.
  • Decastro and Donner Sugar Refining Company
  • Dekalb Income Support Center
  • Demarest and Joyce
  • Devoe and Reynolds Company, Inc.
  • Devoe Manufacturing Company
  • Domino Sugar Refinery East River
  • Duo Contracting
  • E Greenfield's Sons and Company
  • E W Bliss Company
  • E.J. O'Brien and Bro.Inc
  • E.R. Squibb and Sons
  • Eastern Dist. High School
  • Eclipse Box and Lumber Company
  • Edelbrau Brewing Company
  • Edison Electric Illuminating Company
  • Edison Electric of Brooklyn
  • Eleanor Roosevelt Housing
  • Empire Chevrolet Agency
  • Empire-Ace Insulation Manufacturing Company
  • Erasmus Hall High School
  • Erie Basin Dry Dock
  • Estate of O S Baldwin
  • Euclid Income Support Center
  • Everready Oil Burner Supply
  • Excelsior Hygienic Ice Company
  • F & M Schaffer Brewing Company
  • Family Court
  • Famous Realty Company
  • Firm of Rentrop Silk Dyling Corp
  • Flatbush Gas Company
  • Flatbush Hygeia Ice Company
  • Floyd Bennet Field
  • Foremost Dairies, Inc
  • Frederick Loeser & Company
  • Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills
  • Fulton Municipal Gas Company
  • Fw Devoe and Cj Raynolds Company
  • Garfield Building
  • General Aleshire
  • Geo. W. Baker Shoe Company
  • George B. Mcclellan
  • Gold St Station
  • Greenpoint Hosptial
  • Greer Hydraulics, Inc.
  • Gutta Percha and Rubber Manufacturing Company
  • H Bridgman Smith Company
  • H R Worthington
  • H. Batterman
  • H. Kohnstamm and Company Inc.
  • Hamilton Club
  • Hamilton Federal Savings Bank
  • Hamilton Sewage
  • Harbor Marine Contracting
  • Hardy, Voorhees and Company
  • Harmeyer Sugar Refining Company
  • Hart & Company
  • Havemeyer Brothers and Company
  • Havemeyer Sugar Refining Company
  • Havemeyers and Elder
  • Hc Havmeyer and Company
  • Henry R. Worhtington
  • Hittleman Brewing Company
  • Howard Stores Corp
  • Howe Lard Oil Company
  • Hudson Avenue Powerhouse
  • Hugo Tollner Taaffe Place
  • Hy R Worthington
  • Hydro-Blast Corporation
  • Independence Houses
  • International Paper Company
  • International Steam Laundry Company
  • Ira Bushey Shipyard
  • Ira S. Bushey & Sons
  • Ironclad Manufacturing Company
  • J R Wood and Sons
  • J. Oldham and Sons
  • J.J. Matchett Company
  • James Dykeman
  • James Shewan and Sons, Inc.
  • Jersey City Barrell Works
  • Jewish Chronic Disease Hospital
  • John H Shults Company
  • John Jay High School
  • John Johnson Elbra Paint and Color Works
  • John W. Masury and Son
  • Jonathan Williams Houses
  • Jones Brothers
  • Joshua Oldham and Sons
  • Julius Kayser Manufacturing Company
  • K.& G. Auto Parts
  • Kent Avenue Powerhouse
  • Kent Building
  • Kentile Floors Inc.
  • Kentile Inc
  • Ketcham and Mcdougall
  • Kings County Electric Light Power Company
  • King's County Hospital
  • Kings County Lighting Company
  • Kingsboro Hygeia Ice Company
  • Kingsboro Psychiatric Control
  • Kingston Avenue Hospital
  • Kirkman and Son
  • Knox Hat Company Inc
  • L H and J H Lawless
  • L Waterbury and Company
  • Lafayette Houses
  • Lawrence Rope Works
  • Leviton Manufacturing Company
  • Liebmann Breweries Inc.
  • Lincoln Bank Building
  • Loeser and Company
  • Long Island College Hospital
  • Long Island University
  • Louis Kalischer
  • Lowell M Palmer
  • Luna Park Houses
  • M.& G. Plumbing Supply Corporation
  • Macy's
  • Maimonides Medical Center
  • Malcom Brewing Company
  • Manhattan Boiler & Equipment Company
  • Manhattan Paste and Glue Company
  • Marcy City Housing Project
  • Marian Dyeing and Fishing Company
  • Marine Basin Shipyard
  • Marx and Rawolle
  • Mcnulty Shipyard
  • Memorial Home Hospital
  • Merchant Marine School
  • Mergenthaler Linotype Company
  • Messrs, Guild and Garrison
  • Metal Incinerating Company
  • Methodist Episcopal Hospital
  • Metro Refr Corp
  • Metropolintan Works
  • Metropolis Ice Company
  • Metropolitan Spray, Incorporated, Giamboi Brothers
  • Metropolitan Works
  • Mill Basin Shipyard
  • Milliken Brothers
  • Mobil Oil Refinery
  • Mollenhaur Sugar Refining Company
  • Montauk Tile
  • Moore Mccormack Lines
  • Morris Building Company
  • Murry's Hardware
  • Namm & Sons, A I
  • Nassau Electric Railroad Company
  • National Aniline & Chemical Company
  • National Coal Tar Company
  • National Dye Works Inc.
  • National Lead Company
  • Naval Reserve Hospital Us Navy Yard
  • New Rochelle Mall
  • New York and Brooklyn Bridge
  • New York City Housing Authority
  • New York City Technical College
  • New York Cleaners, Inc
  • New York Dock Company
  • New York Eskimo Pie Company
  • New York Naval Shipyard
  • New York Navy Yard Central Power Plant
  • New York Port of Embarkation
  • New York Quinine & Chemical Company
  • New York State Medical Center
  • New York Telephone
  • Northamerican Brewing Company
  • Ny Community College
  • NYC Transit Power Station
  • Obermeyer and Liebmann
  • Ocean Hill Apartments
  • Offerman Estate
  • Old Town Ribbon and Carbon Company
  • Paragon Oil Inc.
  • Parker Stearns and Company
  • Path Phonograph and Radio Corp
  • Pathe Freres Phonograph Company
  • Paul Weidman Brewing Company
  • Peter Cooper's Glue Factory
  • Pierce Laundry
  • Pilgram Steam Laundry Company
  • Pilgrim Laundry
  • Pilgrim Piece Dye Works, Inc.
  • Pilgrim Steam Laundry Company
  • Planet Mills Manufacturing Company
  • Polhemus Memorial Laboratory
  • Powerhouse Hudson Station
  • Pratt Manufacturing Company
  • Public Baths
  • Public School 139
  • Public School 152
  • Public School 16
  • Public School 194
  • Public School 195
  • Public School 21
  • Public School 213
  • Public School 236
  • Public School 255
  • Public School 260
  • Public School 268
  • Public School 269
  • Public School 277
  • Public School 284
  • Public School 297
  • Public School 32
  • Public School 321
  • Public School 371
  • Public School 59
  • Public School 64
  • Public School 9
  • Public School 90
  • Public School 93
  • Raisler Corporation Naval Shipyard
  • Raymond St Jail
  • Red Fern Housing Apartment
  • Refined Syrups, Inc.
  • Reichold Chemical
  • Reliable Sample Company
  • Reliable Steam Power Company
  • Rentrop Silk Dyeing Corp
  • Rheingold
  • Richard A. Wright
  • Richmond Asbestos Company
  • Ridgewood Pumping Station
  • Ridgewood Station
  • Riding and Driving Club
  • Rigney and Company
  • Riteway Laundry
  • Robins Dry Dock & Repair Company
  • Rutherford and Barnes
  • S Liebmanns Sons Brewing Company
  • S. Ranieri
  • S. Wechsler and Bro Washington St
  • S.G. Tilden
  • Samuel J. Tilden Houses
  • Schaefer Brewery
  • Schlitz Brewing Company
  • Seatrain Shipbuilding
  • Seaview Village
  • Self Winding Clock Company
  • Seney Hospital
  • Sheffield Farms Company, Inc.
  • Sheffield Farms Slawson Decker Company
  • Sheldon Foster Supply Company
  • Sixth St. Pumping Station
  • Socony Mobil Oil Company
  • Socony Vacuum Oil Company
  • Sone and Fleming Manufacturing Company
  • South Shore High School
  • Sprayed Fireproofing Contractor
  • St. Aloysius Church
  • Stag Laundry, Inc
  • Standard Oil Company
  • Standard Rock Candy Company
  • State University of New York
  • Steamship Service Corporation
  • Steel Town
  • Stuyvesant
  • Suchar Refining Corporation
  • Sucrest Corporation
  • Summer Apartments
  • Sutter-Osborn Houses
  • Swift and Company
  • Temple Bar Building
  • Thomeson and Norris Company
  • Thomson Meter Company
  • Title Guarantee and Trust Company
  • Todd Erie Basin Shipyard
  • Todd Shipyards Corporation
  • Transit Technical High School
  • Trump Village
  • Tuttle and Bailey Manufacturing Company
  • Uniform Rental Inc.
  • Union Lead and Oil Company
  • Union League Club
  • Union Pearl Britton Company
  • United Cement Products Company
  • United States Air Refrig and Power Company
  • United States Navy Yard
  • United States Post Office Building
  • United States Projectile Company
  • Up-To-Date Dyeing Company
  • Us Army Supply Base
  • Us Naval Air Station
  • Valentine and Company
  • Viking Iron Works, Inc.
  • W H Sweeney Manufacturing Company
  • W. Beckers Aniline and Chemical Works Inc.
  • W. Teschemacher
  • W.H. Gahagan
  • W.H. Sweeney Manufacturing Company
  • Wallabout Market
  • Ward Bread Company
  • Weidmann Cooperage Company
  • Wells and Newton
  • Welz and Zerweck Brewing Company
  • Wheeler Shipyard
  • White Potter and Paige Manufacturing Company
  • Wilhelms Realty Company
  • Williaamsburgh Gas Light Company
  • Williamsburg Fireproofing Products
  • Williamsburg Gas Light Company
  • Williamsburg Power Company
  • Williamsburgh Savings Bank Building
  • Williams-Harvey Corporation
  • Wingate High School 600 Kingston Ave
  • Wm Randall and Sons
  • Wm Teschemacher Company
  • Wm. Bradley and Sons
  • Y.W.C.A. Building
  • Z O Nelson and Sons

Shipyards in Brooklyn

The shipping industry was truly the foundation of the Brooklyn experience. The access that a Brooklyn port provided to the New York harbor and New Jersey was a major reason for this. Cargo would arrive from across the world to be processed through these shipyards. The Brooklyn Navy Yard was also an important naval vessel construction site, with thousands of ships being constructed on the premises of the now decommissioned shipyard. These factors assisted the New York harbor area in becoming the shipping capital of the world during the hey-day of sea-faring freight.

Shipyards, although important to the economies of emerging urban environments, also represent dangerous workplaces. Some of these dangers may be more obvious that others. One little known danger of shipyard labor is asbestos exposure. The shipping industry has long been associated with a liberal use of asbestos. There are very few aspects of ship construction that did not involve the use of asbestos at one time or another. While there is now a federal ban on nearly all asbestos use, older vessels still present a significant risk. Along with older vessels, foreign vessels which are not held to the same material standards as U.S. vessels, may also pose serious risks. While it is possible for those who sail these vessels to be exposed, it is more often the on-the-ground staff, those responsible for fixing, modernizing, or otherwise servicing these vessels, that are at particular risk. Asbestos was used in plumbing, electrical, and insulation installations within these vessels. Repair work or other servicing often means engaging with these materials in tight and poorly ventilated areas, a menacing cocktail for asbestos exposure. It is important for anyone working on older vessels to be aware of what sort of materials they are working with and what sort of safety precautions they are taking to prevent harmful exposure to asbestos material. For those who may have worked with asbestos materials already, it is important to monitor your respiratory health and ensure that no symptoms of chronic coughing or chest pains develop, which could be signs of a rare form of asbestos cancer called mesothelioma.

Railroads in Brooklyn

The New York City subway system also serves the borough of Brooklyn under the auspices of Metro North Rail, which operates the subway in other boroughs, as well as the Long Island Railroad. Millions of Brooklyn residents, like all New Yorkers, rely upon the subway each day to transport them in their daily commutes. It is important transportation for those who work in other parts of the city, and the nightmarish traffic that accompanies driving in the Big Apple.

While assuredly important to the function of a metropolis, subways and commuter rail lines have also been historically associated with a great deal of asbestos use. Many of the fixtures in these facilities are serviced very infrequently and must be protected against temperature extremes. Asbestos has remarkable insulation qualities and was used to insulate many fixtures in rail terminals and tunnels. These facilities require hundreds of miles of subterranean tunneling and infrastructure which can be dangerous places for those who service the trains and terminals of the Brooklyn subways. There have been reported incidents within Metro North Rail terminals of hazardous levels of asbestos exposure by unknowing employees who were simply fulfilling the duties of their jobs. While symptoms from asbestos exposure may not surface for many years, asbestos is a serious toxin linked to mesothelioma. Even though it has been federally banned since the late 1970's, asbestos is still commonly found in older buildings and facilities including Brooklyn's rail terminals and trains. Those who have worked in these areas could have been exposed to harmful levels of asbestos and should monitor their respiratory health for abnormalities.

Power Plants in Brooklyn

Power plants of New York City provide resources that we as a culture have come to require on a daily basis. The generation of energy is perhaps the single most important factor for urban areas, which are particularly handcuffed to energy supply. Consolidated Edison (Con Edison), is New York's largest energy provider and has supplied Brooklyn with energy since the middle of the 20th century. Con Edison has also been frequently tied to asbestos use in its power grid and related infrastructure.

Asbestos is useful in electrical and other energy fixtures because it is a good insulator, which can be important for electrical and gas fixtures, such as those at power plants. Even though asbestos use was outlawed in the late 1970's many products still contain asbestos installed prior to its federal ban. In power plant fixtures asbestos could be found almost anywhere insulation is required. For workers in power plants, it is important to recognize and appreciate all harmful materials that you may be working with. If there is a question as to the safety of a particular material, leave it alone and seek assistance in determining what the product is and what the safest way to handle it would be. Asbestos exposure can be extremely harmful, even resulting in life threatening illnesses such as mesothelioma cancer.

Mesothelioma Cancer Centers near Brooklyn, New York

For your convenience, we have compiled a list of mesothelioma cancer centers that are located within a 100 mile radius of Brooklyn, New York. Please click on a cancer center link to obtain more information about the clinical programs offered, professional designations, areas of expertise and how to contact the center.


20 York Street
New Haven, CT 06510

Distance: 70.2 miles


333 Cedar Street, WWW 205
New Haven, CT 06520

Distance: 70.1 miles


195 Little Albany Street
New Brunswick, NJ 08903

Distance: 28.3 miles


550 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016

Distance: 5.8 miles


One Gustave L. Levy Place
New York, NY 10029

Distance: 9.1 miles


Columbia University
701 West 168th Street
New York, NY 10032

Distance: 12.0 miles


622 West 168th Street
New York, NY 10032

Distance: 12.0 miles


Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Yeshiva University
Jack and Pearl Resnick Campus
1300 Morris Park Avenue
Bronx, NY 10461

Distance: 14.2 miles


51 N. 39th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Distance: 80.9 miles


Abramson Cancer Center
38th and Walnut Streets
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Distance: 80.9 miles


3601 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Distance: 80.9 miles


233 S 10th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107

Distance: 79.8 miles


333 Cottman Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19111

Distance: 71.8 miles


1331 East Wyoming Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19124

Distance: 74.3 miles


3401 N. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19140

Distance: 76.7 miles

Mesothelioma Doctors near Brooklyn, New York

We have also compiled a list of mesothelioma doctors that are located within a 100 mile radius of Brooklyn, New York. Please click on a doctor link to obtain more information about his/her background, areas of expertise, professional affiliations, and office locations.

Dr. Harvey Pass
NYU Langone Medical Center
530 First Avenue
New York, NY 10016

Distance: 5.8 miles

Dr. Daniel Sterman
NYU Langone Medical Center
530 1st Avenue, HCC, Suite 5D
New York, NY 10016

Distance: 5.8 miles

Dr. Raja M. Flores
Mount Sinai Medical Center
One Gustave L. Levy Place
New York, NY 10029

Distance: 9.1 miles

Dr. Stephen M. Levin
Mount Sinai School of Medicine
1212 Fifth Avenue, Suite 1A
New York, NY 10029

Distance: 9.1 miles

Dr. Andrea S. Wolf
The Mount Sinai Hospital
1470 Madison Avenue, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10029

Distance: 9.1 miles

Dr. John D. Allendorf
New York-Presbyterian Columbia University Medical Center
Herbert Irving Pavilion, Suite 820
161 Fort Washington Avenue
New York, NY 10032

Distance: 12.0 miles

Dr. John A. Chabot
NY-Presbyterian Columbia University Medical Center
161 Ft. Washington Avenue Suite AP-819
New York, NY 10032

Distance: 12.0 miles

Dr. Roman Perez-Soler
Montefiore Medical Center
MMC Medical Park at Eastchester
1695 Eastchester Road
Bronx, NY 10461

Distance: 14.2 miles

Dr. Shahriyour Andaz
South Nassau Communities Hospital on Long Island
One Healthy Way
Oceanside, NY 11572

Distance: 17.2 miles

Dr. Stephen Rush
NYU Langone Medical Center
Long Island Radiation Therapy
1129 Northern Boulevard
Manhasset, NY 11030

Distance: 17.2 miles

Dr. Bruce G. Haffty
The Cancer Institute of New Jersey
195 Little Albany Street
New Brunswick, NJ 08903

Distance: 28.3 miles

Dr. Frank C. Detterbeck
Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven
333 Cedar Street, WWW 205
New Haven, CT 06520

Distance: 70.1 miles

Dr. Michael Kashgarian
Yale Cancer Center
310 Cedar Street, LH B20
New Haven, CT 06520

Distance: 70.1 miles

Dr. Jack A. Elias
Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven
Yale Internal Medicine
20 York Street
New Haven, CT 06510

Distance: 70.2 miles

Dr. Carrie Redlich
Yale School of Medicine
135 College Street, 3rd floor
New Haven, CT 06510

Distance: 70.2 miles

Dr. Larry R. Kaiser
Temple University Hospital Cancer Center
Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery
3401 N. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19140

Distance: 76.7 miles

Dr. Joel  D. Cooper
University of Pennsylvania Abramson Cancer Center
University of Pennsylvania Health System
Sixth Floor, Silverstein Building, 3400 Spruce Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Distance: 80.9 miles

Dr. Sunil Singhal
University of Pennsylvania Cancer Center
Harron Lung Center/Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine
3400 Civic Center Boulevard/West Pavilion, 1st Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Distance: 80.9 miles

Dr. Steven M. Albelda
University of Pennsylvania Cancer Center, Penn Lung Center
3615 Civic Center Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Distance: 80.9 miles

Dr. Michael R. Grey
The Hospital of Central Connecticut
100 Grand Street
New Britain, CT 06050

Distance: 92.6 miles

Filing an Asbestos Lawsuit in Brooklyn, New York

Don’t lose your rights! If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with mesothelioma and were exposed to asbestos in Brooklyn, New York, you may be entitled to compensation. You may have limited time to file a claim. If you have been diagnosed with mesothelioma and have a pathology report in hand to support that diagnosis, you are eligible for financial assistance.

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