Asbestos Exposure in New Hampshire

PaperMill-WisconsinNew Hampshire’s thriving textiles, shoe manufacturing, and paper mills, put many workers at risk to asbestos exposure. In textile mills, asbestos was used to insulate the fabric weaving machinery, and was even used in its garments because of its lightweight nature and heat preventative properties.

Unfortunately, many of the families of these workers also have an increased risk of developing cancer because of the asbestos fibers that were carried home on the body and clothing of those workers.

Statistics for Mesothelioma Cases in New Hampshire

New Hampshire ranks 37th in the US for asbestos-related deaths. There have been 249 deaths from mesothelioma and asbestos lung cancer between 1999 – 2013.

Filing an asbestos claim if you live in New Hampshire

You do not have to file your claim in the state in which you live. It’s far more important to contact an attorney with a strong history of experience specifically in asbestos cases, than it is to select one who happens to be in your area of New Hampshire. The most successful attorneys in your area may have never handled an asbestos case.

SWMW attorneys dedicate the overwhelming majority of their time and effort prosecuting mesothelioma claims, so we know which states and jurisdictions are going to provide the best outcome for your case and can get your case settled faster. We handle asbestos cases all across the USA, so we know how to file, where to file, and what to do to get you the compensation you deserve.

If you may have lived or worked in another state, select it here to learn about specific asbestos exposure in that state.

Jobsites in New Hampshire with Known Asbestos Usage & Exposure

Provided below is a list of cities in the state of New Hampshire where asbestos jobsites are known to have been located. If you worked for any of these companies or at these jobsites in New Hampshire, there is a possibility that you may have been exposed to harmful asbestos which is known to cause mesothelioma and lung cancer.

Bow

  • Bow Power Plant
  • Merrimack Station Powerhouse
  • Public Service Company of New Hampshire

Claremont

  • Ashuelot Paper Company, Inc.
  • Claremont Paper Company
  • Claremont Paper Mill
  • Compax, Inc.
  • Joy Manufacturing

Durham

  • Hamilton Smith
  • Regional Center
  • University of New Hampshisre

Exeter

  • Exeter Gas Plant
  • Phillips Exeter Academy

Farmington

  • Farmington Waste Water Plant

Goffstown

  • Anslem’s College

Greenfield

  • Crocked Mt. Rehabilitation Center
  • Hooksett
  • Mary’s College

Littleton

  • Littleton Hydro-Electric Dam Project

Merrimack

  • Anhauser Busch Brewery
  • Anheuser Busch, Inc.
  • Budweiser Brewery
  • Harcros Chemical Inc.
  • Nashua Corporation

 

Milford

  • Hitchiner Manufacturing Co.

Newfield

  • Warren Manufacturing Co.

Newington

  • Newington Mall
  • Newington Power Plant
  • Pease Air Force Base
  • Public Service Company of New Hampshire
  • Schiller Station Powerhouse
  • Simplex Wire & Cable

Penacook

  • Brezner Canning Corp.

Peterborough

  • Peterborough Hospital

Plainfield

  • Plainfield Grammar School

Plymouth

  • Rochester Shoe Tree Company

Rochester

  • Brown & Horsch
  • Rochester High School
  • Sanders Associates

Seabrook

  • Seabrook Nuclear Power Station

Union

  • Byrne & West

West Hopkinton

  • Davis Boxboard Div
  • Davis Paper Company
  • Hoague Sprague Corp