Asbestos, 84 Lumber & Watts: A case in the United States District Court, S.D. Illinois ruled on a motion for summary judgment.
The Asbestos, 84 Lumber & Watts case is about a man who was allegedly exposed to while working in a warehouse, on navy ships and as an electrician who later developed asbestos-related lung cancer.
A brief summary of the Asbestos, 84 Lumber & Watts case includes:
- Plaintiff Steven Watts filed this action alleging he sustained injuries as a result of exposure to asbestos-containing products attributable to ACL and various other defendants
- More specifically, Plaintiff alleges he contracted lung cancer as a result of inhaling airborne asbestos fibers while working as a warehouse worker at a Coca Cola factory between 1969 and 1970, serving aboard United States Navy ships as an enlisted officer between 1970 and 1975, as an electrician at Kraco Electronics in 1974 and as a warehouse worker for the City of Santa Anna between 1974 and 1975
- For its motion, ACL asserts that there is no deposition testimony or other evidence that Plaintiff ever worked with or around ACL products or that ACL products were the source of Plaintiff’s alleged asbestos exposure.
- The Court ruled: Granted
- For more on the case, please follow this link: 14CV327 – January 22, 2016
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