Mesothelioma & Asbestos Law Firm In Missouri


As a nationally-recognized mesothelioma law firm, Early, Lucarelli, Sweeney and Meisenkothen is committed to providing comprehensive legal support to those affected by asbestos exposure in Missouri.

Our experienced mesothelioma lawyers leverage their deep understanding of Missouri's asbestos laws to build strong cases and secure compensation for clients in Kansas City, Saint Louis and across the state.

Filing Mesothelioma Lawsuits in Missouri

In Missouri, many individuals have been impacted by asbestos-related diseases, with over 940 people dying from mesothelioma between 1999 and 2019. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with mesothelioma, you may be eligible to file a lawsuit in Missouri.

The most common mesothelioma lawsuits include:

  • Filing a personal injury lawsuit
  • Filing a wrongful death lawsuit

Both options allow mesothelioma victims or their loved ones to seek compensation from those responsible for their asbestos exposure. Our experienced mesothelioma lawyers can guide you through the legal process, help secure compensation and ease financial burdens so you can focus on what's important.

Our Missouri Office

Early, Lucarelli, Sweeney & Meisenkothen

5770 Mexico Road
Suite A
St. Peters, MO 63376


Mesothelioma Compensation in Missouri

Many companies knew the dangers of asbestos and knowingly put people at risk. As a result, thousands of victims in Missouri have filed claims for compensation.

Our asbestos law firm has a history of securing significant settlements for our clients, including a $6 million settlement for a Missouri mechanic. Compensation from trial verdicts or settlements can cover medical expenses, lost wages and other mesothelioma costs. It’s important to work with an experienced asbestos lawyer to pursue the maximum compensation that you deserve.

Meet Our Mesothelioma Lawyers

Our team of mesothelioma lawyers is passionate about advocating for victims of asbestos exposure in Missouri and across the country.

Missouri Statute of Limitations for Mesothelioma

The statute of limitations for mesothelioma claims in Missouri is 5 years from date of diagnosis. For wrongful death claims, families have 3 years from the time a loved one passes away.

It’s important to consult a mesothelioma lawyer who is experienced with asbestos-related claims following diagnosis. Delaying action could result in the statute of limitations expiring, which would mean you no longer have the right to compensation.

Settlements for Mesothelioma Clients Living in Missouri

Please note that individual cases vary based upon several factors, and prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome. If you have any questions about your legal rights, please contact our asbestos law firm.

State Disease Occupation / Exposure Age ~ Monies to Date
MO Mesothelioma Mechanic 84 ~$6,000,000
MO Mesothelioma Plantworker 66 ~$5,700,000
MO Mesothelioma Foundry Worker / Laborer 67 ~$3,400,000
MO Mesothelioma Construction 61 ~$3,300,000
MO Mesothelioma Navy / Painter 84 ~$2,900,000
MO Mesothelioma Household 46 ~$2,700,000
MO Mesothelioma Army / Machinist 83 ~$2,600,000
MO Mesothelioma Laborer 69 ~$2,500,000
MO Mesothelioma Household 81 ~$2,400,000
MO Mesothelioma Household / Construction 50 ~$2,300,000

Job Sites in Missouri with Documented Mesothelioma Cases

In Missouri, numerous job sites from Kansas City to Saint Louis and beyond have exposed workers to asbestos, increasing their risk for mesothelioma cancer.

Our mesothelioma lawyers at ELSM Law have represented clients from the following high-risk sites:

  • American Oil Refinery - Sugar Creek
  • American Steel Foundry Company - Saint Louis
  • Anheuser Busch, Inc. - Saint Louis
  • Armco Steel Corporation - Kansas City
  • Bendix Aviation Corporation - Kansas City
  • Busch Stadium - Saint Louis
  • Chemagro Corporation - Kansas City
  • Chevrolet Plant - Saint Louis
  • Douglas Aircraft - Hazelwood
  • General Die Casting Company - Kansas City
  • General Motors - Saint Louis
  • Hawthorne Steam Electric Plant - Kansas City
  • Kansas City Power & Light Company - Kansas City
  • Mallinckrodt Chemical Works - Saint Louis
  • McDonnell Douglas Corporation - Saint Louis
  • Monsanto Chemical Company - Saint Louis
  • New Madrid Powerhouse - New Madrid
  • Pittsburgh Corning Corp - Sedalia
  • Proctor & Gamble - Saint Louis
  • Scott Air Force Base - Saint Louis
  • Sioux Power Plant - West Alton
  • St. Louis Shipbuilding & Steel - Saint Louis
  • St. Louis Smelting and Refining Company - Saint Louis
  • Union Electric - Saint Louis
  • University of Missouri - Columbia

These are not the only areas of asbestos exposure in Missouri. We can work with you or your loved one who was exposed to asbestos while on the job no matter where in Missouri you live and work, either currently or in the past.

ELSM Clients Living in Missouri

The lawyers of Early, Lucarelli, Sweeney and Meisenkothen have represented mesothelioma clients all over the state of Missouri. Our clients live in the towns and cities of Missouri listed below:

Top Missouri Cities and Towns Where ELSM Clients Live

Bloomfield, MO 1 Bolivar, MO 1
Bowling Green, MO 1 Branson, MO 1
Butler, MO 1 Cape Girardeau, MO 1
Carl Junction, MO 1 Caruthersville, MO 1
Clearmont, MO 1 Deepwater, MO 1
Edina, MO 1 Fenton, MO 1
French Village, MO 1 Greenwood, MO 1
Hannibal, MO 1 Hermann, MO 1
Hornersville, MO 1 Jackson, MO 1
Joplin, MO 2 Kahoka, MO 1
Kansas City, MO 2 Lees Summit, MO 1
Livonia, MO 1 Marthasville, MO 1
Maywood, MO 1 Mexico, MO 1
Neosho, MO 1 New London, MO 1
Odessa, MO 1 O'Fallon, MO 2
Osceola, MO 1 Ozark, MO 1
Park Hills, MO 1 Parkville, MO 1
Peculiar, MO 1 Pevely, MO 2
Puxico, MO 1 Raymore, MO 1
Reeds Spring, MO 1 Richmond, MO 1
Rolla, MO 1 Saint Charles, MO 1
Saint Joseph, MO 1 Saint Louis, MO 6
Shell Knob, MO 1 Town and Country, MO 1
University City, MO 1 Vandalia, MO 1
Warrensburg, MO 1 Waynesville, MO 1
Weaubleau, MO 1 Wentzville, MO 1
Wheatland, MO 1

Total number of Missouri towns and cities represented by ELSM: 53

Missouri Asbestos Laws

Missouri has specific regulations in place to manage the risks associated with asbestos for people and the environment. The Missouri Department of Natural Resources monitors demolitions and abatement projects involving asbestos. This is to ensure that all necessary precautions are taken to minimize the risk of asbestos exposure.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) also has specific work practice standards for handling asbestos-containing materials. While the removal of some asbestos materials may not be regulated, improper handling can still pose a safety risk.

The Missouri Revisor of Statutes has provisions that include requirements, procedures and standards relating to asbestos projects such as abatement, renovation or demolition projects.

It's important to note that these laws are in place to protect the health and safety of Missouri’s residents and workers. At ELSM Law, our asbestos lawyers are well-versed in these regulations and can help you understand your rights and legal options if you've been exposed to asbestos.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I sue for mesothelioma in Missouri?

Yes, you can sue for mesothelioma in Missouri. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with mesothelioma due to asbestos exposure, you have the legal right to seek compensation. It's essential to act quickly, as there are specific time limits for filing a claim.

How do I file a mesothelioma claim in Missouri?

To file a mesothelioma claim in Missouri, you should first contact a knowledgeable asbestos lawyer. Your lawyer can guide you through the legal process from collecting evidence of exposure and diagnosis to filing a lawsuit in the right court.

What is the statute of limitations for mesothelioma claims in Missouri?

The statute of limitations for mesothelioma claims in Missouri varies depending on the type of claim. For personal injury claims, the statute of limitations is typically 5 years from the date of diagnosis. For wrongful death claims, the time limit is generally 3 years from the date of death.

Can family members of mesothelioma victims file a claim in Missouri?

Yes, family members of mesothelioma victims can file a claim in Missouri. If a loved one has passed away due to mesothelioma, surviving family members may be eligible to file a wrongful death claim. This can help cover medical expenses, funeral costs, loss of companionship and other damages.

Where We Work

Request a Free Case Evaluation

Request a free case evaluation now if you or someone you love has been diagnosed with mesothelioma. The evaluation will cost you nothing. Our lawyers will travel to visit you at your convenience or conference call with you over the phone. We understand how difficult a time this is for you and will assist in any way that we can. You can also call us toll-free at 1-800-336-0086 at any time.