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Woman alleges Carrier Corp., others' negligence caused lung cancer

ST. LOUIS – A woman alleges she was first exposed to asbestos fibers while living in Arkansas and is seeking damages from several manufacturers.

Siblings allege exposure to lead paint as children at St. Louis properties caused injuries

ST. LOUIS – Two siblings allege they were injured by exposure to lead paint as children while residing in rental properties in St. Louis.

Crown Cork & Seal Co., others alleged to have exposed former drywaller to asbestos

ST. LOUIS – A man who worked as a drywaller/plasterer in Texas for almost two decades alleges he developed cancer because of asbestos exposure from products and equipment.

Carrier Corp., others accused of negligence in asbestos suit

ST. LOUIS — A man's surviving heirs are suing a number of manufacturers and users of asbestos products, alleging negligence.

Man claims lung cancer caused by asbestos exposure

ST. LOUIS — A man who was recently diagnosed with lung cancer is suing Archer Daniels Midland Co., Baltimore Aircoil Co. Inc., Caterpillar Inc. and others, citing alleged negligence.

Boiler operator blames mesothelioma on asbestos exposure

ST. LOUIS — A former boiler operator is suing numerous asbestos products manufacturers, citing alleged negligence.

Alberici Constructors, others sued over worker's asbestos-related illness

ST. LOUIS — A maintenance service provider is suing Alberici Constructors Inc., Baltimore Aircoil Co. Inc., Blackmer and others, claiming their negligence led to his asbestos-related disease.

Fair Collections & Outsourcing Inc. accused of misrepresentation in debt collection

A Missouri woman has filed a class-action lawsuit against a debt collector, citing alleged misrepresentation in debt collection.

Woman accuses pharmaceutical companies of failing to disclose defects of NuvaRing

BALTIMORE — A Pikesville, Maryland, woman is suing the makers and distributors of NuvaRing, citing alleged breach of implied warranty.

J&J attorney vows 'fight' as latest talc-cancer trial opens

ST. LOUIS -- A fifth high-profile trial over allegations that Johnson & Johnson talc powder products are linked to ovarian cancer got under way Tuesday, with plaintiff’s attorney Allen Smith arguing that the company put profits over its corporate responsibility.

Bill that would limit venue shopping advances without pro-attorney amendment

A bill aimed at rehabilitating Missouri’s reputation as a “judicial hellhole” and magnet for frivolous lawsuits passed the Missouri House of Representatives this month, but not before a GOP lawmaker and trial attorney tried to amend the measure they said was overkill.