Asbestos, Mesothelioma, Weyerhaeuser & Boyer: A case in the United States District Court, W.D. Wisconsin ruled on a motion to dismiss.
The Asbestos, Mesothelioma, Weyerhaeuser & Boyer case is about a former worker – at the door manufacturing plant in Marshfield, Wisconsin – that alleges he was exposed to asbestos dust and fibers while working at the plant and later developed mesothelioma.
A brief summary of the Asbestos, Mesothelioma, Weyerhaeuser & Boyer case includes:
- Plaintiff Milton Boyer previously was employed at a door manufacturing plant in Marshfield, Wisconsin, where asbestos fireproofing products were manufactured and products containing asbestos were used in the manufacturing process.
- Defendant Weyerhaeuser Company is the former owner of the Marshfield plant. Weyerhaeuser is legally responsible for the conduct of Roddis Plywood Corporation, the former (former) owner and operator of the Marshfield plant. Owens-Illinois also manufactured, sold and designed asbestos products, including a fireproof door core under the brand name “Kaylo.”
- The Court ruled: Case against Weyerhaeuser was settled and now dismissed
- For more on the case, please follow this link: Weyerhaeuser – February 11, 2016.
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