A.P. Green

A.P. Green Industries was founded in 1910 in Mexico, Missouri. The company began as a clay brick manufacturer and grew rapidly by opening factories around the world. A.P. Green sold refractory bricks, which were used by industrial companies to line furnaces or equipment that operated at high temperatures. To ensure its bricks would be heat resistant, however, A.P.Green added large quantities of asbestos to the bricks.

Unfortunately, the men and women who worked at A.P. Green's facilities and the employees of companies that used their products were inhaling deadly toxins. Asbestos causes agonizing illnesses, such as asbestosis and an aggressive cancer called mesothelioma. Additionally, the asbestos fibers remain in a person's lungs for years and symptoms may not develop for decades. Thus, A.P. Green's victims might live for decades without knowing of the deadly injury they sustained. Workers at A.P. Green's facilities — in particular, boilermakers, steel workers and insulators — were placed in grave danger from their constant contact with asbestos.

The Truth About Asbestos Was Known Almost A Century Ago

As early as the 1920s, physicians recognized that exposure to asbestos caused severe sickness when asbestosis was identified by British medical journals. At the same time, insurance companies in the United States and Canada stopped selling life insurance to asbestos workers.

Moreover, safer substitutes for most asbestos uses were known as early as the 1930s. Nevertheless, A.P. Green chose to protect its substantial profit margins rather than discontinue use of the mineral.

In early 2002, A.P. Green entered bankruptcy proceedings. As part of A.P. Green's reorganization, a trust was established to help compensate those who were harmed by A.P. Green's use of asbestos. If you or a loved one has been injured by A.P. Green, it is important that you contact Gori Julian & Associates, P.C., immediately for more information on your rights.

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A-Best Trust

A.P. Green Trust

A.P.I Asbestos Trust

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Asarco, LLC Trust

Babcock & Wilcox Trust

Bondex Trust

Brauer Supply Trust

Burns & Roe Trust

C.E. Thurston Trust

Celotex/Careytemp Trust

Christy Refractories Trust

Combustion Engineering Trust

Congoleum Trust

Eagle-Picher Trust

EJ Bartels Asbestos Settlement Trust

Ferodo Trust

Fibreboard Trust

Flexitallic Trust

Flintkote Trust

Fuller Austin Insulation Inc Trust

General Motors Corporation

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Harbison-Walker Trust

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J.T. Thorpe Settlement Trust

J.T. Thorpe Company

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Kaiser Refractory Trust

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Kentile Floors, Inc.

Leslie Trust

National Gypsum Trust

North American Refractories Trust

Owens Corning Trust

Pacor Trust

Pittsburgh Corning Trust

Plant Insulation Trust

Plibrico Trust

Porter Hayden Trust

Quigley Trust

Rapid American

Raytech Trust

Shook & Fletcher Trust

T & N Limpet Trust

THAN - TH Agriculture and Nutrition Trust

Thorpe Insulation Company Trust

U.S. Gypsum Trust

U.S. Mineral Products Company Trust

UGL Trust

W.R. Grace Trust

Western Asbestos Trust

Yarway Bankruptcy Trust