Employed At The W.R. Grace/Western Mineral Plant?

Our law firm has represented clients injured by asbestos at Minnesota’s most notorious asbestos sites. One of these asbestos sites is the W.R. Grace/Western Mineral Plant site in Northeast Minneapolis. Between 1938 and 1989, WR Grace (Western Mineral Plant) processed vermiculite ore containing hazardous Libby asbestos.

pile of minerals containing asbestos

If you suspect you have contracted mesothelioma as the result of exposure to asbestos at the W.R. Grace/Western Mineral Plant, we urge you to contact our experienced mesothelioma lawyers as soon as possible. Asbestos cases are known for being time-sensitive. Memories fade and witnesses lose touch with each other.

We have been protecting the interests of seriously injured people for more than 43 years. As a result of this experience, Sieben Polk P.A. is able to distinguish itself in part due to its command of the local asbestos history here in Minnesota.

Make a free, confidential, initial consultation with us. Call 651-437-3148 or contact us online.

Nationally Recognized. Minnesota-Based.

We have represented hundreds and hundreds of people throughout the Upper Midwest and here in Minnesota who suffer from mesothelioma. As a result, we know how to put together successful asbestos and mesothelioma cases for clients from a wide variety of backgrounds.

In representing you in your own case, we will emphasize both financial recovery and compassionate, personalized legal representation. We know money is tight for you, and you are under pressure from bills both past and present related to mesothelioma medical care.

We also know you want to spend your time with loved ones, not in a courtroom. For that reason, we do everything we can to keep your involvement to only what is absolutely necessary. Our significant experience in building successful asbestos cases means we can better identify when your involvement is necessary and when it is not.

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We want to make sure your case gets the attention it deserves. Our experienced attorneys, located right in Minnesota, will personally handle the details of your claim. Schedule a free initial consultation by calling 651-437-3148. You can also contact us online.

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Mesothelioma Case Results
An $8,050,000 jury verdict in 2001 on behalf of a pipefitter exposed to asbestos at a refinery.
In 2021, Sieben Polk attorneys recovered over $5,000,000.00 before trial for a retired Minneapolis pipe fitter in a lawsuit against manufacturers of asbestos-containing equipment such as steam traps, boilers, pipe covering, pumps, valves and gaskets, as well as defective protective masks.
A $4,600,000 jury award in March 2008 for a Northern States Power Company (NSP) worker in a case against a gasket manufacturer, affirmed by Minnesota appellate courts on appeal.
A $4,600,000 jury award in 2014 on behalf of a retired certified public account who spent one summer in the late 1950s working as an asbestos insulator.
A verdict of more than $4,000,000 obtained with co-counsel against a manufacturer of asbestos-containing pipe covering on behalf of a client who developed mesothelioma after working with the product for only a few months in the late 1950s while building a power plant.
A recovery of $3,000,000 in the case of a retired Twin Cities pipefitter who was diagnosed with mesothelioma in 2019 after being exposed to asbestos from the early 1970s through the 1980s. The total was recovered on behalf of this retired worker and his wife.
A recovery of more than $2,000,000 on behalf of a northern Iowa plastic molding business owner in a case against manufacturers and suppliers of various resin materials.
A recovery of $2,000,000.00 on behalf of a local brewery power plant turbine operator who developed mesothelioma after being exposed to asbestos throughout his career.
A recovery of $1,400,000 on behalf of a laborer and pump mechanic at Butler Taconite and National Steel Pellet in Nashuwauk and Keewatin, Minnesota. The client suffered from malignant mesothelioma.
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