Benzene, AML, Mclean Contracting & Carlile

Benzene, AML, Mclean Contracting & Carlile is about a oil refinery worker that developed acute myelogenous leukemia from possible/alleged benzene and other toxic exposures.

A brief summary of the Benzene, AML, Mclean Contracting & Carlile scenario follows:

  • This is a wrongful death case involving allegations of benzene exposure on various vessels owned by Mclean Contracting Co.
  • The deceased, Christopher Carlile Jr., was a member of the crews of those vessels.
  • The complaint alleged that, during Mr. Carlile’s employment with McLean, he was exposed to benzene, he developed acute myeloid leukemia (AML) as a result of this exposure, and he died at thirty-eight because of his AML in 2012.

For more on the Benzene, AML, Mclean Contracting & Carlile case in the United States District Court, E. D. Pennsylvania, please follow this link: Benzene, Acute Myelogenous Leukemia (AML)

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