Lane A. Clack (Of Counsel)

Lane A. Clack | Goldberg, Persky, and White P.C.
Lane A. Clack (Of Counsel)
Lane A. Clack | Goldberg, Persky, and White P.C.

Lane A. Clack (Of Counsel)

Attorney Lane A. Clack is a shareholder and member of the firm’s executive management committee at Goldberg, Persky & White, P.C. Mr. Clack graduated from Aquinas College in 1982 and from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 1985. He is licensed to practice in Michigan, Pennsylvania, the US District Court for the Western District of Michigan, and US District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.


Thousands of asbestos victims and their families have benefited from Mr. Clack’s litigation experience. Since 1986, he has prepared thousands of cases for trial and is regarded as the preeminent expert on asbestos litigation in Michigan. His efforts on behalf of those suffering from Mesothelioma, Lung Cancer and Asbestosis have resulted in millions of dollars in settlements for his clients and their families.

Mr. Clack has a very thorough knowledge of the asbestos products that were made and sold by a large number of companies during the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s, which were distributed and used throughout the State of Michigan and elsewhere. In addition, Mr. Clack is very familiar with many of the industrial facilities where his clients worked, including the following: Great Lakes Steel, McLouth Steel, Ford Rouge Steel, GM Grey Iron, Malleable and Nodular Foundries, CWC Foundry. Various Powerhouses throughout Michigan including those owned and operated by Consumers Power, Detroit Edison, Indiana and MI Electric. Nuclear plants including Palisades Nuclear Plant and D.C. Cook Nuclear Plant. Various Automobile Industry Plants owned and operated by GM, Ford, and Chrysler throughout Michigan. Various chemical plants and oil refineries including Marathon Oil, Leonard/Total Refinery, Dow Chemical, Dow Corning, Dow Petrochem, Hooker Chemical, and DuPont. Various Paper mills including S. D. Warren, Mead, Smurfit-Stone, Dunn, Domtar, Abitibi, Fletcher. Shipboard and dry-dock exposure on USS Great Lakes Fleet Ships which ported throughout Michigan.

Among his various responsibilities with the firm, he manages their practice in Michigan and Indiana. He oversees their Michigan Asbestos Bankruptcy Trust claim process which has developed the most extensive database of product identification in the State of Michigan. Because GPW is a real law firm representing thousands of union workers in MI ,unlike the TV advertiser/out of state lawyers, Mr. Clack has the ability to quickly locate co-worker witnesses at most major industrial worksites throughout the State to help ensure Mesothelioma claims are maximized and approved promptly with all appropriate Asbestos Bankruptcy Trusts. Mr. Clack is Plaintiffs Representative on the Wayne County Circuit Court Steering Committee.

Please feel free to call or e-mail Mr. Clack to discuss your legal rights or if you have any questions concerning an asbestos-related disease.


We have a long history of litigation for mesothelioma, lung cancer, asbestosis, and related cancers caused by asbestos exposure.

Whether through traffic accidents, slips and falls, or defective products, if you have been injured through no fault of your own, let us evaluate your case.

Serious injury or even death can result from poorly-designed or risky products. Contact us for a no-obligation consultation.

For more than 30 years, our attorneys, paralegals, and other support staff have been pioneers in toxic tort lawsuits. We have helped many people who have been injured themselves, but also many families who’ve lost loved ones to toxic exposures, and also to those who have suffered as a result of second-hand exposure.



Aquinas College, B.S. – 1982

Thomas M. Cooley Law School, J.D. – 1985

Bar Admissions

Michigan, 1986

Pennsylvania, 1993

U.S. District Court, Western District of Michigan, 1986


Saginaw County and American Bar Associations, State Bar of Michigan, Michigan Trial Lawyers Association, The Association of Trial Lawyers of America


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