Bankruptcy Trusts

Protecting Your Right to Financial Compensation in Georgia

Bankruptcy Trusts

In 1982, companies responsible for causing asbestos injuries started setting up bankruptcy trust funds to handle the multitude of personal injury claims while keeping themselves in business. Bankruptcy by these companies often prevents a victim from receiving full compensation and requires a victim to accept nothing, or pennies on the dollar for their claims.

Since 1982, over 80 companies have filed for bankruptcy. Many have set up trust funds to compensate asbestos victims.

The following is a partial list of companies who have filed for bankruptcy because of the asbestos-related claims against them but have established funds to compensate victims.

Currently paying claims:

  • A & I Insulation
  • A-Best
  • AC & S
  • Amatex
  • A.P.I., Inc.
  • Armstrong World Industries
  • ARTRA (synkoloid)
  • Babcock and Wilcox
  • C.E. Thurston
  • Celotex
  • Combustion Engineering
  • E.J. Bartels
  • Eagle Picher
  • Fibreboard
  • Fuller-Austin Insulation Company
  • Haliburton/Dresser
  • HK Porter
  • J.T. Thorpe, Company
  • J.T. Thorpe, Inc.
  • Johns Manville
  • Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical
  • Keene
  • Lummus
  • National Gypsum
  • Owens-Corning
  • Pacor, Inc./Pacor Material Supply Co.
  • Plant Matrix
  • Plibrico
  • Porter Hayden
  • Shook & Fletcher Insulation Company
  • Swan Island/Tyler Pipe
  • UNR
  • USG / A.P. Green
  • Utex Industries
  • Western Asbestos Trust

Not currently paying claims:

  • Brauer Supply Company
  • Congoleum
  • Federal Mogul
  • Flintkote
  • GI Holdings/GAF
  • NARCO/HW
  • Pittsburgh Corning
  • U.S. Mineral Products Company
  • Quigley
  • W. R. Grace
  • Thorpe Insulation
  • Plant Insulation

The Buck Law Firm can assist you in determining if you qualify for payment under these trusts and help you and your family secure the compensation necessary to pay for the medical care you will need.

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