Melissa M.

Serling and Abramson are a wonderful law firm. They worked really hard and won a nice settlement for my family and me. They helped us get through a very difficult situation without much worry and helped set us up for the future while I continue to fight cancer. They made me feel like a part of their family. I am forever grateful to them. Thank you, Eric, Joel, Joe, and Michael!

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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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Camp Lejeune: Statue of Limitations

Camp Lejeune: Last Chance For Justice

Camp Lejeune: Statue of Limitations Military veterans are busy like everyone else. They have homes to maintain, bills to pay, and extended families to help care for. However, now is a crucial time for a particular group of at-risk service […]

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Asbestos still used in the U.S.

Is Asbestos Still Used In The U.S.? The Dangerous Truth

Is Asbestos Still Used In The U.S.? Any reasonable person could expect asbestos use to have all but disappeared from the American landscape by 2024. After all, the link between asbestos exposure and cancer was scientifically established in a 1955 […]

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Lung Cancer And Mesothelioma

Lung Cancer And Mesothelioma

Lung Cancer And Mesothelioma: Similarities, Differences, And The Way Forward They both affect the lungs. Both are caused by asbestos exposure. But lung cancer and mesothelioma have several distinctions that victims and their families should know about — something the attorneys […]

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industries linked to asbestos

Workers At Risk: Jobs & Industries Linked To Asbestos Exposure

Jobs & Industries Linked To Asbestos Exposure In our 50+ years of representing clients with mesothelioma and other asbestos-related diseases, Serling & Abramson, P.C. has identified numerous industries linked to asbestos exposure — including many right here in Michigan. This […]

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150+ Years Combined Experience

About Us

The Serling & Abramson law firm was founded in 1970 by Michael B. Serling. Mr. Serling was the first attorney in Michigan to file a wrongful death action on behalf of the family of a mesothelioma victim. In 1975, a young widow of an asbestos insulator contacted Mr. Serling concerning her husband who had died at age 52. She was left with two young children and was trying to raise them on a $4 per hour job. The extremely gratifying feeling of success in prosecuting the case and securing a sizable settlement for the widow and her children inspired Mr. Serling to continue this work.

Michael soon realized that it was more than just asbestos insulators who were falling victim to asbestos-related diseases. It soon became apparent that mesothelioma and lung cancer were occurring in virtually every building trade and many industrial settings. He dedicated his career to securing justice for all victims affected by asbestos exposure. Today, over 50 years later, Serling and Abramson are still representing victims of asbestos-related diseases, such as mesothelioma, lung cancer, and asbestosis.

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