A laborer accuses several manufacturers of causing his lung cancer.
A mechanic's death from alleged asbestos exposure prompted a recent lawsuit.
Several companies face a lawsuit over a former laborer's alleged exposure to asbestos.
A widow accuses several manufacturing companies of failing to warn her husband about the toxic effects of asbestos.
A Houston couple claim several manufacturing companies did not properly warn them about the dangers of asbestos exposure.
ST. LOUIS (Legal Newsline) - Partway through a trial over allegedly asbestos-tainted baby powder that ended with a $4.69 billion verdict against Johnson & Johnson in St. Louis earlier this year, attorney Mark Lanier whipped a knife from out of his pocket and held it over a large block of yellow cheese.
A couple blame several manufacturing companies for exposure to asbestos.
A former welder blames a host of manufacturing companies for his lung cancer.
Local asbestos firm Maune Raichle Hartley French & Mudd is among four plaintiff’s firms acting as special litigation counsel on medical science matters in Bestwall LLC’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceeding.
Nearly two dozen manufacturing companies face a lawsuit from a man claiming asbestos caused his cancer.
A Madison County asbestos trial ended in a settlement Wednesday after the jury had been deliberating for two days.
One week before a rare Madison County asbestos trial began in Associate Judge Stephen Stobbs’ courtroom, he was joined by asbestos attorneys to provide an update on Madison County’s asbestos docket at the HarrisMartin Midwest Asbestos Litigation Conference.
The widow of a crane operator blames several manufacturing companies for the death of her husband.
A couple recently filed a lawsuit against nearly two dozen companies over their alleged exposure to asbestos.
More than two dozen manufacturing companies face a lawsuit over a family's accusation of asbestos exposure.
Ameron files motion for directed verdict in Madison County asbestos trial, says Bond Strand causation is 'speculative at best'
Ameron International Corporation filed a motion for a directed verdict Thursday in an Edwardsville man’s mesothelioma trial, arguing that he failed to provide sufficient causation evidence regarding the defendant’s Bond Strand product.
In the Trump administration, at least, the government will no longer look the other way as asbestos lawyers negotiate lenient terms that make it easy for their current clients to get money at the expense of future claimants and federal entitlement programs.
The surviving spouse of a man who died of lung cancer blames several manufacturers of the asbestos exposure that led to his death.
An Edwardsville man who worked as an insulator for Shell Oil refinery in Wood River for more than 30 years is expected to take his mesothelioma case to trial in Madison County Circuit Court today.