ST. LOUIS – An Illinois couple alleges that the husband developed asbestos-related diseases as a result to exposure to the substance during his employment at various locations in Missouri and elsewhere.
Jurors hammered Johnson & Johnson with a $4.69 billion verdict that includes more than $4.1 billion in punitive damages over claims that asbestos in talcum powder products caused 22 women to develop ovarian cancer.
ST. LOUIS – Attorneys for both sides claimed the other fabricated science during closing remarks on July 11 after a month-long trial in a lawsuit in which 22 women allege the baby powder they used made by Johnson & Johnson gave them ovarian cancer.
ST. LOUIS – The attorney for 22 women suing Johnson & Johnson for the baby powder they said caused their ovarian cancer and a medical doctor witness for the defense traded barbs in court on July 3.
ST. LOUIS – The attorney for 22 women plaintiffs suing Johnson & Johnson for the baby powder they claimed gave them ovarian cancer on July 2 challenged the qualifications of a defense witness epidemiologist and accused her of leaving pertinent information out of her findings.
Plaintiff lawyer says J&J accused of altering records as scientist maintains product is asbestos free
ST. LOUIS – Mark Lanier, the attorney for 22 women suing baby powder maker Johnson & Johnson for the talc powder they claimed gave them ovarian cancer, said a J&J scientist had been accused of altering records to quash knowledge the product contained asbestos.
ST. LOUIS – A St. Louis County corporation alleges that a California company failed to pay it for its services.
ST. LOUIS – A Kansas couple is seeking damages over allegations the husband developed mesothelioma as a result of asbestos exposure.
ST. LOUIS – An Ohio resident alleges he was discriminated against and constructively discharged by his former St. Louis employer.
ST. LOUIS – A former maintenance mechanic alleges exposure to asbestos during his worker career led to the development of lung cancer.
ST. LOUIS – A son of a man formerly employed as a truck driver alleges his late father's lung cancer was caused by exposure to asbestos during his career.
ST. LOUIS – The children of a man formerly employed as a carpenter allege their father was diagnosed with mesothelioma because of his exposure to asbestos fibers.
Surviving children of woman who worked in St. Louis allege companies failed to warn of hazards of asbestos exposure
ST. LOUIS – The children of a woman who died from complications from mesothelioma allege the disease was caused by exposure to asbestos during her career in St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS – A Missouri couple alleges the husband's mesothelioma diagnosis is a result of his exposure to asbestos during his career.
ST. LOUIS – A couple claims the husband's mesothelioma diagnosis was due to his exposure to asbestos during his working career.
ST. LOUIS – An Illinois man has filed a class action suit against a trucking and transportation company over allegations it took adverse action against him based on a consumer reporting agency report.
ST. LOUIS – A widow alleges several manufacturers failed to warn of the dangers of working with and/or around asbestos.
ST. LOUIS – The surviving heirs of a man formerly employed as a sheet metalworker allege exposure to asbestos during his career caused him to develop mesothelioma.
ST. LOUIS — A surviving spouse is suing American Cynamid Co., FMC Corp., Kraft Heinz Foods Co., and other asbestos products manufacturers and users, alleging failure to warn and negligence.
ST. LOUIS — A former sprinkler fitter is suing Air & Liquid Systems Corp., Bechtel Corp., Flowserve US Inc., and other asbestos products manufacturers and users, citing alleged failure to warn and negligence.