Emily Weinberger



Emily Weinberger received a Juris Doctor from Michigan State University College of Law in May of 2023 and was sworn into the State Bar of Michigan in November of 2023. During her time in law school, Emily served as the President of the Student Bar Association and as an Associate Editor of the Animal and Natural Resource Law Review Journal. In addition, Emily worked for MSU College of Law’s McClellan Free Speech Online Library providing resources for students to learn about their First Amendment rights. Emily also spent time working with the Legal Aid and Defender Association, advising clients through Michigan’s Eviction Moratorium Program during the COVID-19 pandemic. Prior to law school, Emily received a Bachelor of Science in Community Health Education from Wayne State University.

With a passion for research and writing, Emily has contributed many articles to Serling and Abramson’s digital blog and helped author the firm’s Michigan Mesothelioma and Lung Cancer Guide. As a lifelong volunteer with adults and children with special needs, Emily has a deep-rooted interest in continuing to work with individuals who face disparities. ­­­­­

Outside of the office, Emily enjoys spending time outside and traveling. 

News Articles
ford asbestos lawsuit

Ford Factory Employees: Ford Asbestos Exposure Risk

Many workers who spent years at Ford factories like the Ford Rouge Plant complex in Dearborn, Michigan were exposed to asbestos, a naturally occurring mineral that was used in the construction of most auto plants before the 1980s. Because of the constant friction and wear that automobile parts undergo, asbestos was used during manufacturing.

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McLouth Steel

McLouth Steel Employees: Asbestos Exposure Risk

A carcinogen known as asbestos was heavily used during the building and operation of the McLouth Steel facilities. The asbestos exposure at McLouth Steel negatively impacted many employees, causing illnesses including mesothelioma and lung cancer.

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Marathon Oil

Marathon Oil Employees: Asbestos Exposure Risk

The Marathon Oil Detroit refinery has a history of environmental violations, mostly related to the release of excessive chemicals into the environment. This has led to reportedly higher rates of asthma and cancer in residents who live in the surrounding area.

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Detroit Edison

Detroit Edison Employees: Asbestos Exposure Risk

Tens of thousands of workers have been employed by Detroit Edison (DTE Energy) over the years, including HVAC and power plant workers. Many of them developed health problems after being exposed to asbestos at work, including mesothelioma and lung cancer. See how we can help today!

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Great Lakes Steel

Great Lakes Steel Employees: Asbestos Exposure Risk

Asbestos was used abundantly in steel mill manufacturing for much of the 20th century, and the Great Lakes Steel Works was no exception. It’s heat-resistant properties make it useful in industrial settings that use extreme heat. Read more to find out if you or a loved one is at risk!

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Dow Chemical

Dow Chemical Employees: Asbestos Exposure Risk

Dow Chemical was founded in 1897 in Midland, MI. It is one of the largest chemical producers in the world. Dow Chemical has other Michigan plants and facilities in Marquette and Ludington. It has also employed tens of thousands of […]

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Talcum Powder Safe

Is Today’s Talcum Powder Safe To Use?

NBA players use it to reduce sweat and increase their grip on the basketball. Rock guitarists like the way it stops their fingers from sliding on the fretboard. Everyday people appreciate it for all kinds of hygiene and beauty uses. […]

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legal process

The Legal Process for Victims of Asbestos-Related Diseases

If you or a loved one have recently been diagnosed with an asbestos-related disease, you’ve already got concerns weighing heavily on your mind. Serling & Abramson, P.C. can take some of the burden off of your shoulders. We will pursue […]

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EPA Announces Federal Asbestos Ban

EPA Announces New Asbestos Ban

A Federal Asbestos Ban Today, March 18, 2024, a pivotal moment unfolds as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued a final rule banning the continued utilization of chrysotile asbestos, the sole form of asbestos presently used or imported […]

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