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Allen Stewart, P.C. 
Dallas, Texas Office
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Republic Center, 325 North St. Paul Street, Suite 4000
Dallas, Texas  75201-3801

(Collin, Dallas & Denton Cos.)
Mailing Address: Republic Center, 325 North St. Paul Street, Suite 4000, Dallas, TX, 75201-3801
Telephone: 214-306-7216
Fax: 214-965-8701
http://www.allenstewart.com



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Office Hours:
Monday: 08:00 AM-05:00 PM
Tuesday: 08:00 AM-05:00 PM
Wednesday: 08:00 AM-05:00 PM
Thursday: 08:00 AM-05:00 PM
Friday: 08:00 AM-05:00 PM


About this office:

The attorneys at Allen Stewart, PC have devoted their careers to representing people who have been harmed by the actions and negligence of others including those who have developed cancer and other serious illnesses after being exposed to toxic substances.

We pride ourselves on providing both small-firm service and big-firm experience. Our attorneys are prepared to take on even the most complex cases against powerful corporations or insurance companies. As steadfast advocates for the rights of injured men, women, and children, our attorneys are ready to handle cases ranging fromtoxic torts to traumatic brain injuries.

The attorneys of Allen Stewart P.C. have received numerous awards, including earning an AV rating from Martindale-Hubbell; being named “Texas Super Lawyers” by Law & Politics magazine (Allen Stewart – 2003-2010, Steve Jensen – 2003-2010, James D. Piel – 2004-2010); and being ranked in the Top 40 Lawyers under 40 by The National Law Journal (Allen Stewart – July 29, 2002) and Top 45 Lawyers under 45 by the American Lawyer (Allen Stewart – January 20, 2003).



 

Statement of Practice Summary:
Toxic Torts; Consumer Class Actions; Mass Torts; Civil Litigation; Commercial Litigation; Personal Injury; Accidents; Automobile Accidents and Injuries; Automobile Negligence; Bicycle Accidents; Boating Accidents; Bodily Injury; Brain Injury; Bus Accidents; Catastrophic Injury; Commercial Vehicle Liability; Cumulative Trauma; Electrical Injury; Head Injury; Motor Vehicle Accidents and Injuries; Motorcycle Accidents; Neurolaw; Pedestrian Injuries; Power Line Contact Injury; School Bus Accidents; Severe Burns; Spinal Injury; Subway Accidents; Third Party Wrongful Death; Tourist Injuries; Traumatic Brain Injury; Wrongful Death; Mesothelioma; Premises Liability; Products Liability; Asbestos Litigation; Chemical Exposure; Lead Poisoning; Occupational Cancer; Occupational Disease; Pesticide Litigation; Toxic Exposure; Toxic Tort Class Actions.




Year Established: 2007

Clients:
MILWARD V. ACUITY SPECIALTY PRODUCTS GROUP, INC., NO. 09-2270 (1ST CIR. MAR. 22, 2011); U.S. COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE FIRST CIRCUIT: Steven Jensen successfully appealed and won a decision reversing a trial judge's order excluding the testimony of an expert witness concluding that workplace exposure to benzene can cause our client's type of leukemia. (more)

PATSY RUTH FARRAGUT, ET AL. V. E.I. DUPONT DE NEMOURS AND COMPANY; CIRCUIT COURT OF JONES COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI, SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT: Attorneys with Allen Stewart, P.C. successfully represented ten families in Pass Christian, Kiln and Long Beach, Mississippi in a matter involving long-term exposures to dioxins and other harmful materials released from a titanium dioxide manufacturing complex operated by E.I. DuPont de Nemours and Company (“DuPont”). Allen Stewart won an initial jury trial victory in Jones County, Mississippi that was overturned on procedural grounds by the Mississippi Supreme Court. Following a retrial of that case and the trial of another matter on behalf of a young girl who died following a valiant battle with cancer, Allen Stewart, P.C. was able to secure settlements with DuPont for the remaining families to compensate for family members' cancers and other injuries.

Delinda Clingan, et al., Individually and as Heirs to the Estate of David G. Herrin, Deceased v. Able Supply Company, et al.; Cause No. 2006-15378A, In the District Court of Harris County, Texas – 11th Judicial District

Betty Egelhoff v. Fujifilm Hunt Chemicals U.S.A., et al.; Cause No. 08063402 14, In the Circuit Court of the Seventeenth Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and for Broward County

Tomas Gonzalez, et al. v. Ametek, Inc., et al.; Cause No. 2008-22810, In the District Court of Harris County, Texas – 11th Judicial District

BARBARA GOOD, ET AL. V. TDL, INC., ET AL.; CAUSE NO. 06-01687, IN THE SUPERIOR COURT FOR THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS, COUNTY OF NORFOLK: Allen Stewart, P.C. attorneys Scott Frieling and James Piel obtained a large settlement from a number of defendants to compensate several families who suffered from a number of types of cancers and other long-term health issues resulting from their exposures to polychlorinated biphenyls (“PCBs”). The families were long-time residents of homes that were located adjacent to a multi-purpose manufacturing site on which several companies negligently dumped PCBs, one of the most harmful, cancer-causing materials known to man, over a period of nearly 40 years and ignored their duty to cleanup the resulting damage to the property and a nearby creek. The families and their children encountered the PCBs over an extended period of time while playing on and near the site, walking through the site on their way to local businesses, and while attending community functions that were permitted to take place on the contaminated property. In addition, the PCBs made their way into the families' homes routinely through a number of means including wind-blown dust contaminated with the substance.

KELVIN KHIEU AND NARIN KHIEU V. AGE REFINING, INC., ET AL.; CAUSE NO: DC-08-10425, 193rd District Court of Dallas County: Allen Stewart, P.C. attorneys James Piel and Scott Frieling represented a long-time machinist and electrical component assembler who developed Acute Myelogenous Leukemia as a result of his routine exposure to benzene-containing industrial cleaners and solvents in his work during the course of his career. Although Scott Frieling, Stephanie Brooks and James Piel were unsuccessful at trial against the final remaining product manufacturer, Allen Stewart, P.C. obtained a large aggregate settlement from a number of the other product manufacturers to compensate Mr. and Mrs. Khieu for the damages they suffered.

WAYNE ROGERS, INDIVIDUALLY AND ON BEHALF OF THE LATE HUBERT RICHARD RODGERS, DECEASED V. GEORGIA-PACIFIC CORPORATION, ET AL.; CAUSE NO. 104-356, DISTRICT COURT FOR THE PARISH OF ST. BERNARD, STATE OF LOUISIANA: Allen Stewart, P.C. attorneys Scott Frieling and James Piel represented a painter/construction foreman who labored for many years in various shipyards, steel mills, paper mills, petroleum and chemical plants and other facilities in Louisiana and Texas where he was exposed to asbestos and asbestos-containing products. After a long career, Mr. Rogers developed Mesothelioma, a cancer linked conclusively with asbestos exposure, and died a short time after his diagnosis. Allen Stewart, P.C. prosecuted the case against the premises owners and product manufacturers and obtained a large aggregate settlement from those entities and significant payments from the trusts of bankrupt parties responsible for Mr. Rogers' illness and death.

Ytuarte, Jr. v. Quigley Co. Inc.; No. 2003-0573; District Court, El Paso County, Texas. An El Paso industrial worker developed mesothelioma as a result of exposure to Quigley asbestos products in the work place.

Ahmad Djalili Tanha v. Seyed Rahim Shafaghiha, et al; No. 96-13303-F; 116th Judicial District Court, Dallas, Texas. An Iranian-born Canadian citizen was defrauded by a Dallas-based real estate investment partner.

Calderon v. Quigley Co.; No. 2000-1703; District Court., El Paso County, Texas. An El Paso industrial worker developed asbestosis as a result of exposure to Quigley asbestos products in the workplace.

Gaines, et al. v. Pittsburgh Corning Corp.; No.25, 054; 20th Judicial District Court, Milam County, Texas. Four Milam County, Texas residents who worked at Alcoa developed asbestos-related cancers and asbestosis as a result of exposure to Pittsburg Corning asbestos products in the work place.

Chaney v. W.R. Grace & Co. Conn.; No. 94-04939-K; 192nd District Court of Dallas, Texas. An Oklahoma refinery worker developed mesothelioma as a result of exposure to W.R. Grace asbestos products in the work place.

Bearden, et al. v. Owens-Corning Fibreglas Corp.; No. 94-11384-K; 192nd Judicial District Court., Dallas, Texas. Thirteen Virginia industrial workers developed cancers and asbestosis as a result of exposures to Owens Corning asbestos products in the workplace.

Jefferson, et al. v. Owens-Corning Fibreglas Corp.; No. 94-07824; 134th Judicial District Court, Dallas, Texas. Seventeen Alabama industrial workers developed cancers and asbestosis as a result of exposures to Owens Corning asbestos products in the workplace.

Baird v. Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corp., et al.; No. 05-94-01404-CV; 191st Judicial District Court, Dallas, Texas. Ten Alabama industrial workers developed cancers and asbestosis as a result of exposures to Owens Corning asbestos products in the workplace.

Boddie v. Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corp., et al.; No. 94-07824-G; 131st Judicial District Court, Dallas, Texas. Twelve Alabama industrial workers developed cancers and asbestosis as a result of exposures to Owens Corning asbestos products in the workplace.

Dalton v. Rapid American Corp., et al;. No. 124012-93; 126th Judicial District Court, Austin, Texas. A Texas worker who developed mesothelioma as a result of exposure to Pittsburgh Corning asbestos products in the workplace.

Wilborn, et al. v. Owens-Corning Fibreglas Co.; No. 92-11779-M; 298th Judicial District Court, Dallas, Texas. Four Oklahoma refinery workers who developed asbestosis as a result of exposure to Pittsburgh Corning asbestos products in the workplace.

Languages: English

Spanish.



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