Ben DuBose has helped asbestos and serious personal injury clients for over twenty-five years. He’s successfully fought for mesothelioma and serious personal injury victims in courts throughout the United States.
Ben has represented mesothelioma and lung cancer victims with wide-ranging work experience. Ben is also nationally known for investigating the asbestos content of oilfield drilling mud additives and has successfully represented oilfield workers that were exposed to asbestos drilling mud additives on drilling rigs in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, North and South Dakota. He has also represented children and spouses of those who were occupationally exposed to asbestos and brought asbestos dust home on their clothing.
Thanks to his legal savvy and years of experience litigating complex cases, Ben was recognized by his peers and D Magazine in 2009, 2011, 2016 and 2019 as one of the “Best Personal Lawyers in Dallas” as well as a Texas “Super Lawyer” each year from 2009 through 2018 by Thompson & Reuters as printed in Texas Monthly magazine
In addition to asbestos victims, Ben has represented serious personal injury and wrongful death victims, including serious injuries, auto collisions, pharmaceutical, and product liability cases. Ben is a Dallas native and a devoted husband and father to three awesome children. He also coaches his neighborhood high school mock trial team.
Areas of Practice & Interest
- Asbestos Litigation
- Toxic Torts
- Employment Law
- Serious Personal Injury
- Texas Tech University School of Law (J.D., cum laude, 1996)
- University of North Texas (B.A. 1992)
Bar & Court Admissions
- U.S. District Court Northern District of Texas
- U.S. Supreme Court
- American Bar Association
- American Association for Justice
- Texas Trial Lawyers Association – Board of Directors
- Dallas Bar Association
- Dallas Trial Lawyers Association – President 2019
“Price Tag for Silence – Asbestos HVAC Flexible Duct Connectors” – Plaintiff Asbestos Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada May 13, 2016.
“Ring in 2014 with a New Subrogation World Order,” Ben K. DuBose and
Thad D. Spalding, Vol. 38, No. 11 Dallas Bar Association: Headnotes, November 1, 2013
“Household & Secondary Exposures — Bystanders and Idiopathic Cases,” Perrin National Asbestos Conference, San Francisco, September 2010
“Plaintiff’s Trial Testimony,” Harris Martin Asbestos Mock Trial Take Home Exposure Case, Seminar, Chicago, June 2009
“The Case for and Against Valve and Pump Manufacturers/Distributors,” Mealey’s Trial Skills For Asbestos Attorneys Conference Philadelphia