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Known Oklahoma Asbestos Exposure Job Sites

Below is a list of Oklahoma job sites where asbestos exposure has been proven. If you or a loved one were diagnosed with mesothelioma, the source of asbestos exposure is critical to any claim you may file.

In Oklahoma there are 756 job sites known to contain asbestos. Explore this information to find the job site in Oklahoma where you or a member of your family may have been exposed to asbestos.

Job SiteLocationState
Black Sivalls Bryson Oklahoma CityOK
Tube Fab Inc TulsaOK
Phillips Petroleum Co BartlevilleOK
Tube Fab Mfg Co TulsaOK
Oklahoma Cement Company PryorOK
Badger Ice Company BristowOK
Continental Oil Company Ponca CityOK
Goodyear Tire And Rubber Company LawtonOK
Missouri, Kansas And Texas Railway MuskogeeOK
Oklahoma Gas And Electric Company EnidOK

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