Who is at Risk for Leukemia from Brake & Carburetor Cleaners?
Brake and Carburetor cleaners are used by a great variety of trades and hobbyists (who mainly use them as parts cleaners), but the workers who used those products the most include:
How do Brake and Carburetor Cleaner Lawsuits Work?
At the time of their exposures, most of our clients were not properly warned about the benzene in the products that they were using. As a result of that negligence, we will file suit against the manufacturers of the products that caused our client’s leukemia. In railroad and maritime cases, we will also sue the employers. Each case is different.
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What Brands of Brake and Carb Cleaners are of Concern?
Manufacturers of the following brands have been sued for benzene exposures:
- CRC Brakleen;
- CRC Clean-R-Carb;
- Valvoline Brake Cleaner;
- PB B’laster;
- O’Reilly’s brake cleaner;
- Gumout; and
- B-12 Chemtool
Leukemia Lawyers for Brake and Carb Cleaner Exposures
If you are a mechanic or other type of industrial/shop worker who regularly worked with brake and carb cleaning products, and you have received a diagnosis of AML, MDS, NHL, MM, or other type of leukemia, contact Hughes Law Offices today. Your time to file a lawsuit is limited. Request an appointment online, or call 1-800-BENZENE to speak directly with one of our benzene attorneys.