Asbestos Exposure Sites in Connecticut
Our records contain 26 asbestos lawsuit exposure sites in Connecticut, though there are certainly more that have not been reported.
Asbestos in Connecticut
For decades, Connecticut buildings and products have used asbestos. Because of this, many Connecticut residents have been exposed to asbestos and are at risk for contracting mesothelioma cancer.
The symptoms of mesothelioma often take decades to appear, so Connecticut workers are at risk even if they were exposed to asbestos decades ago. Examples of Connecticut asbestos exposure sites include:
- Connecticut factories
- Powerplants in Connecticut
- Refineries or Chemical Plants in Connecticut
Below is a list of 26 known sites of asbestos exposure in Connecticut. Asbestos exposure is known to have occurred in at least 15 Connecticut cities, though the number is likely even higher.
The Connecticut city with the most asbestos exposure sites was Groton, CT, with 5 known sites contaminated by asbestos.
|General Electric Plant
|St. Vincent’s Hospital
|Pratt & Whitney Aircraft Engine Plant
|Terry Turbine Factory
|Electric Boat Shipyard
|Groton Naval Shipyard
|Groton Naval Station
|Aetna Life Insurance Company
|New York/New Haven/Hartford Railroad
|New London Submarine Base
|Pratt & Whitney
|Norwalk Power Plant
|Scovill Corp. Headquarters Building
|Connecticut Naval Shipyard
|Devon Power House
|East Harford & Suffield