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Asbestos Suit Involving GE, ViacomCBS Removed to Federal Court

The product liability suit was filed on behalf of Fred Russel Stafford against Crane Co., General Electric, ViacomCBS and other defendants. Mr. Stafford entered the U.S. Navy in 1948 as part Read More

Honeywell Sues Asbestos Victims’ Trust

Honeywell International Inc. sued a trust for victims of asbestos poisoning, claiming the fund’s managers are wrongly paying people who say they were harmed by the toxic industrial substance, as Read More

Defendant Company’s Request To Have Investigation Shut Down Denied By Louisiana Court

The family of the late Raymond Hutchins, Jr. filed suit claiming his work for a shipbuilding company put him in close proximity to repair work conducted by Dixie Machine & Read More

Asbestos Exposure Concerns At Philadelphia Schools Spark Parent and Teacher Calls To Double Check Asbestos Remediation

As Philadelphia prepares to fully reopen its public schools for the first time in 18 months, the spotlight is again on facilities woes, reports WHYY public TV/Radio on their website. At Read More

J&J Talc Claimants Seek to Pre-Empt Company’s Bankruptcy Strategy

A committee representing talc-injury claimants asked for a restraining order forbidding J&J from carving out talc-related liabilities from the rest of the business. J&J has told personal injury lawyers it Read More

Attorneys for 35-Year Old Woman With Mesothelioma Point to J&J’s “Indifference” to Claims of Asbestos in Talcum Powder

Johnson & Johnson should pay a terminal mesothelioma patient "tens of millions" after ignoring decades of red flags about asbestos in its talc baby powder, a lawyer for the California Read More

Veterans At Risk For Mesothelioma

Each year, some 10,000 veterans die from asbestos-related diseases. Veterans account for nearly one-third of the mesothelioma cases diagnosed each year, especially those who served in military occupations where asbestos Read More

Plumbers At Greater Risk for Mesothelioma Due To Frequent Asbestos Exposure

It has been generally known that plumbers are at greater risk to contract mesothelioma because of their exposure to asbestos products. Their proximity to asbestos in cement pipes, pipe wrap Read More

Clinical Trials for Malignant Mesothelioma Facilitate Extended Survival for Vets

Although mesothelioma clinical trials have been generally unavailable to veterans through the VA in the past, this has changed in recent years. The National Cancer Institute (NCI) and the VA Read More

California Man Awarded $4.8 Million in Mesothelioma Lawsuit

AP News reported that a Vietnam War veteran and retired school bus driver, Willie McNeal, Jr., was awarded $4.8 million by a California Superior Court jury that determined asbestos-contaminated talc led to Read More

When Buying Old Homes Be Aware of Asbestos Risk

“Asbestos. The name has its origin in the Greek word for inextinguishable. A highly-effective and inexpensive fire-retardant material and thermal and acoustic insulator, asbestos was used extensively in home construction Read More

Talc Supplier Settles Suit Mid-Trial

Whittaker Clark & Daniels Inc., talc suppliers, has reached a deal to end a California teacher’s suit alleging her mesothelioma was a result of the asbestos-tainted talc it supplied to Read More

Dual Immunotherapy Drugs Added To Australia’s Public Health Program

A combination treatment that has been called a “game changer” for mesothelioma victims in Australia has now been added to the nation’s Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS). From next month, any Read More

Malaria Drug Shows Promise As Mesothelioma Treatment

Quinacrine, a drug once used to treat malaria, has found to have a positive effect in treating mesothelioma. The drug researchers — who came from Penn State, Texas Tech, Keck Read More

$12.1 Million Verdict Awarded in Ohio Mesothelioma Lawsuit

Trial lawyers secured a total $12 million verdict on behalf of an 83-year-old Korean War veteran Robert Mitchell who contracted mesothelioma after years of working with asbestos-containing packing material. Mitchell worked Read More

Oklahoma Appellate Court Upholds $8 Million Mesothelioma Verdict

OKLAHOMA CITY, May 18, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- An Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals has affirmed an $8 million verdict awarded to the estate of an oil field worker's stepson who Read More

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