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Ky. woman names 144 defendants in asbestos lawsuit
6/21/2010 10:37 AM By Kyla Asbury  -Kanawha Bureau

CHARLESTON -- A Lexington,Kentucky, woman named 144 defendants in an asbestos-related case after she wasdiagnosed with mesothelioma.

On Feb. 23 Joni L. Johnson was diagnosed with mesothelioma, according to a complaint filed May 17 in Kanawha Circuit Court.

Johnson claims her father was employed by the defendants from 1948 until 1976 as a pipefitter.

The defendants are being sued for negligence, contaminated buildings,breach of expressed/implied warranty, strict liability, intentional tort, conspiracy, misrepresentation and post-sale duty to warn, according to the suit.

Johnson claims she is a non-smoker.

Johnson is seeking a jury trial to resolve all issues involved in the case. She is being represented by Victoria Antion, Scott A. McGee, John D. Hurst and Joseph Satterley.

The case has been assigned to a visiting judge.

The 144 defendants involved are 3M Company; 4520 Corporation, Inc.; A.K. Steel Corporation; A.O. Smith Corporation; A.W. Chesterton Company; Ajax Magnethermic Corporation; AKZO Nobel Chemicals, Inc.; Allegheny Energy Service Corporation; Allied Chemical Corporation; American Electric Power Service Corporation; American Electric Power; Appalachian Power Company; Aristech Chemical Corporation; Ashland Oil, Inc.; Aurora Pump Company; B.P. Oil Company; Baltimore Aircoil Company, Inc.; Beazer East, Inc.; Bechtel Corporation; Bondex International, Inc.; Brand Insulations, Inc.; Buffalo Pumps, Inc.; BW IP, Inc.; Calgon Carbon Corporation; Cameron International Corporation; Cashco, Inc.; Catalytic Construction Company; Certainteed Corporation; Chicago Pump Company; Cincinnati Valve Company; Forlift LP Corporation; Cleaver-Brooks Company, Inc.; Columbus McKinnon Corporation; Cooper Industries, Inc.; Copes-Vulcan, Inc.; Crane Co.; Crown, Cork & Seal USA, Inc.; DeZurik, Inc.; Dow Chemical Company; Dravo Corporation; E. I. DuPont de Nemours; Eaton Corporation; Elliott Turbo Machinery Company; Exxon Mobil Oil Corporation; F.B. Wright Company; Fisher Controls International, LLC; Flowserve FSD Corporation; Flowserve US, Inc., a/k/a Sier Bath Pumps; Flowserve US, Inc., f/k/a Durco International, Inc.; Fluor Corporation; Fluor Enterprises; FMC Corporation; Foseco, Inc.; Foster Wheeler Energy Corporation; Gardner Denver, Inc.; Garlock, Inc.; General Electric Company; General Refractories Company; George V. Hamilton, Inc.; Georgia Pacific Corporation; Gorman-Rupp Company; Goulds Pumps; Hercules, Inc.; Honeywell International, Inc.; Honeywell International f/k/a Allied Signal, Inc.; Howden Buffalo, Inc.; Huntington Alloys Corporation; Huntington Alloys Corporation f/k/a International Nickel Company, Inc.; I. U. North America, Inc.; IMO Industries, Inc.; Industrial Holdings Corporation; Ingersoll-Rand Company; Insul Company, Inc.; ITT Corporation; J.H. France Refractories Company; Kentucky Power Company; Lawrence Pumps, Inc.; Leslie Controls, Inc.; Lockheed Martin Corporation; Manitowoc Company, Inc.; McJunkin Corporation; Metropolitan Life Insurance Company; Milwaukee Valve Company; Mobay Chemical Corporation; Monongahela Power Company; Monsanto Company; Morgan Engineering, Inc.; Mueller Steam Specialty; Nacco Materials Handling Group, Inc.; Nagle Pumps, Inc.; National Service Industries, Inc.; Nibco, Inc.; Nitro Industrial Coverings, Inc.; O.C. Keckley Company; Oakfabco, Inc.; Oglebay Norton Company; Ohio Power Company; Ohio Valley Insulating Company, Inc.; Ohio Valley Electric Corporation; Owens-Illinois, Inc.; P&H Mining Equipment, Inc.; Peerless Boilers Company; Pneumo Abex Corporation; Premier Refractories, Inc.; Rapid American Corporation; Reading Crane; Riley Power, Inc.; Rockwell Automations, Inc.; Roper Pump Company; Rust Constructors, Inc.; Rust Engineering & Construction, Inc.; Schneider Electric USA, Inc.; Shell Oil Company; Spirax Sarco, Inc.; Standard Oil Company, Inc.; Standco Industries, Inc.; State Electric Supply Company; Sterling Fluid Systems (US), LLC; Stockham Valves & Fittings; Sunbeam Corporation; Superior Boiler Works, Inc.; Surface Combustion, Inc.; Taco, Inc.; Tasco Insulations, Inc.; the F.D Lawrence Electric Company; the Gage Company; the Gorman-Rupp Company; the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company; Thiem Corp.; Trane U.S., Inc.; UB West Virginia, Inc.; Union Carbide Chemical & Plastics Company; Uniroyal, Inc.; United Engineers & Constructors, Inc.; USX Corporation; Viacom, Inc.; Viking Pump, Inc.; Vimasco Corporation; WT/HRC Corporation/Whiting Corporation; Washington Group International; Weil-McLain Company; West Virginia Electric Supply; Yale Materials Handling Corporation; Yarway Corporation; and Zurn Industries, Inc.

Kanawha Circuit Court case number: 10-C-893
 
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Kentucky – Asbestos Trades – Asbestos Mesothelioma Cases Filed

Seven new asbestos cases filed in Madison County Feb. 22-26
3/31/2010 2:23 PM By Kelly Holleran 

A total of seven new asbestos lawsuits were filed in Madison County Circuit Court during the week of Feb. 22 through Feb. 26.

The following complaints were filed:

--Gary C. Anderson ofIowa, apress operator from 1969 until 1986, a member of theU.S. Army Reserves from 1971 until 1977, apress operator for Ink Spot from 1986 until 1991, a medication aid for a residential rest home from 1993 until 2007 and a helper for Experience Work Program from 2007 until 2009,claims asbestosis.Anderson will be represented by Elizabeth V. Heller and Robert Rowland of Goldenberg, Heller, Antognoli and Rowland in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-208.

--Charlotte Andress ofAlabama alleges her recently deceased husband, James Andress, developed mesothelioma after his work asa lineman, laborer and troubleshooter from 1969 until 1999. Andress will be represented by Shane F. Hampton and Paul M. Dix of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-209.

--Burton and Mary Budreau ofIndiana allege Burton Budreaudeveloped mesothelioma after his work as adelivery man at a lumberyard during his high school years, as atruck driver from 1953 until 1968, as ahodcarrier for a brick mason in 1968, as amixman at Rostone Corp. from 1968 until 1998 and as ahome remodeler in the 1970s. The Budreaus will be represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-197.

--Carol Davis ofAlabama claims her recently deceased husband, J.L. Davis, developed mesothelioma after his work as alaborer for St. Clair County from 1959 until 1965; as alaborer, calendar operator, dust collector operator and forklift operator at CAPCO from 1965 until 1984 and as aforklift operator at Temco Metals from 1986 until 1994. Carol Davis will be represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-200.

--Thomas Engberg ofCalifornia alleges his recently deceased father, Glen Engberg, developed mesothelioma after his work as adelivery man for the San Jose Mercury News from 1948 until 1952, as a advertisinglayout creator at Palo Alto Times in the 1950s, as asalesman at AMPEX in the 1960s and as asalesman at Signetics from the 1970s until 1990. Glen Engberg was alsosecondarily exposed to asbestos fibers through his grandfather, who performedhome remodeling and automobile repair work, according to the complaint. Thomas Engberg will be represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-196.

--Donna Leonard ofAlabama claims her recently deceased father, Billy Castleberry, developed mesothelioma after his work as aplumber helper at Poe Plumbing Company in 1951, as a helper atBagwell Electric Steel Casings in 1955, as adoffer at Avondale in 1956, as a helperat Hayes in 1957, as a helper atUniversal Atlas Cement Company in 1958, as atruck driver at W.D. Wilkins Lumber Company from 1958 until 1959 and asa utility man, ladle man, furnace helper and caster operator at Connor Steel from 1959 until 1995. Leonard will be represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-195.

--Pamela Wright ofKentucky claims her recently deceased husband, Charles Wright Jr., developed mesothelioma after his work as aclerk and postal carrier at various locations throughoutKentucky from 1954 until 1997. Pamela Wright will be represented by Christopher R. Guinn and Christopher J. Levy of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-198.

http://www.madisonrecord.com/news/225722-seven-new-asbestos-cases-filed-in-madison-county-feb.-22-26

 
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Kentucky – Asbestos Trades – Asbestos Mesothelioma Lawsuit

29 new asbestos cases filed inMadisonCountyMarch 8-12
3/31/2010 2:34 PM By Kelly Holleran

A total of 29 newasbestos lawsuits were filed in Madison County Circuit Court during the week of March 8 through March 12.

The following complaints were filed:

--Florence Adkins of Michigan claims her recently deceased husband, Barry Adkins, developed mesothelioma after his work as a press operator, airman, construction worker,lineman and metals finisher at various locations from 1951 until 1986. Florence Adkins will be represented by Randy S. Cohn and Sean M. Keane of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-257.

--Margaret Battle ofPennsylvania, a custodian and maintenance laborer at various locations from 1970 until 1979, claims lung cancer.Battle will be represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-272.

--James C. and Doris A. Billingsley of Tennessee claim James C. Billingsley developed mesothelioma after his work in the U.S. Navy from 1954 until 1957, as a sheet metal part stamper at Gray and Dudley Foundry in 1953, as a route salesman at Pepsi Cola Bottling Company from 1953 until 1954 and from 1957 until 1958, as an electrical engineer for Avco Electronics in 1963 and as an electrical engineer for ARO from 1963 until 1994. The Billingsleys will be represented by Elizabeth V. Heller and Robert Rowland of Goldenberg, Heller, Antognoli and Rowland in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-248.

--Brenda Casey ofKentucky claims her recently deceased mother, Mary Elizabeth Christine Drury,developed lung cancer after her work as a drywall contractor from 1964 until 1979. Casey will be represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-273.

--Eric S. Colley of Illinois, a welder at Robert Brent Company in 1983, a line maintenance mechanic at Sola Optical in 1983, an apprentice machinist at Normande Machine from 1987 until 1988 and a warehouse manager and production supervisor at R.S. Deal Corp. from 1983 until 1986 and from 1989 until 1993, claims mesothelioma. Colley will be represented by Michael R. Bilbrey and James R. Stever of the Law Offices of Michael R. Bilbrey in Glen Carbon. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-274.

--Leroy Conley ofMissouri, an electrician from 1943 until 1979, claims mesothelioma. Conley will be represented by Andrew O'Brien, Christopher Thoron, Christina J. Nielson, Bartholomew J. Baumstark and Gerald J. FitzGerald of O'Brien Law Firm inSt. Louis. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-267.

--Warren E. Davis ofFlorida, a laborer and mechanic from 1960 until 1979, claims mesothelioma.Davis will be represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-270.

--Aletha Everett ofLouisiana claims she developed mesothelioma after she was secondarily exposed to asbestos fibers through her husband who worked as a commercial and residential construction worker and an upholstery worker from 1935 until 1981. She was also exposed to asbestos through her sons who worked as construction workers in the 1960s, according to the complaint.Everett will be represented by W. Brent Copple and Myles L. Epperson of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-260.

--Thomas Gorman ofWisconsin, a union laborer at various locations from 1966 until 1979, claims lung cancer. Gorman will be represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-266.

--Julius K. Hayes Jr. ofGeorgia claims his recently deceased wife, Gladys E. Hayes, developed mesothelioma after working as an operator and office assistant forSouthern Bell from 1963 until 1967, in reservations for Eastern Airlines from 1967 until 1991 and as a lead analyst for SITA from 1992 until 2009. Gladys Hayes was also secondarily exposed to asbestos fibers through her husband, Julius K. Hayes Jr., who worked as an electrician at various site locations from 1973 until 2009. Julius K. Hayes Jr. will be represented by Elizabeth V. Heller and Robert Rowland of Goldenberg, Heller, Antognoli and Rowland in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-251.

--Willie Mae Imes ofMaryland, an assembly line worker, machine operator and material handler at various locations from 1960 until 1979, claims lung cancer. Imes will be represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-271.

--Kathleen Lux ofPennsylvania claims her recently deceased father, Thomas William Kennedy, developed mesothelioma after his work as a foreman, supervisor and buyer at various locations from 1957 until 1967. Lux will be represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-278.

--Claudine McCulough ofIllinois claims her recently deceased husband, Marshall Joseph McCulough, developed lung cancer after his work as a caster at various locations from 1958 until 1979. McCulough will be represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-275.

--Leander Michlig of Florida, a tower operator, customer service worker, laborer and gas handler at various locations throughoutIllinois from 1944 until 1989, claims pleural mesothelioma. Michlig will be represented by G. Michael Stewart and Jill Price of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-246.

--Charlotte Miller ofIndiana claims her recently deceased husband, Wayne Miller, developed malignant mesothelioma after his work as a machinist for General Motors at Central Foundry from 1954 until 1980 and as a construction laborer and roofer for Best for Less Construction from 1980 until 1990. Charlotte Miller will be represented by Elizabeth V. Heller and Robert Rowland of Goldenberg, Heller, Antognoli and Rowland in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-249.

--Leon and Forence Riccardi ofMissouri claim Leon Riccardi developed mesothelioma after his work as a pipefitter, laborer, machine operator and roll operator at various locations throughIllinois andMissouri from 1962 until 2009. Leon Riccardi was also secondarily exposed to asbestos fibers through his step-father, who worked as a laborer for Union Pacific Railroad from 1953 until 1954, according to the complaint. The Riccardis will be represented by Stephanie A. Lyons of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-258.

--Ardyce Riggs ofArkansas, a customer service worker at Pacific Finance from 1962 until 1965, a housewife from 1965 until 1970 and a worker at Levi Strauss Company from 1970 until 1979, claims pleural mesothelioma. Riggs claims she was also secondarily exposed to asbestos fibers through her husband, David Riggs, who worked as a self-employed hairdresser and as a truck driver, according to the complaint. Ardyce Riggs will be represented by James F. Kelly and Jeffrey A.J. Millar of Brent Coon and Associates inSt. Louis. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-241.

--Michael G. Shaud of Alabama, a pharmacist in the U.S. Air Force from 1954 until 1964, a shuttle car operator at the Concord Coal Mine from 1965 until 1977, a shuttle car operator at Southern Electric Generating Company from 1967 until 1972, a laborer and cement panel maker in 1970, a general laborer at the Abex Corporation from 1970 until 1972, a forklift operator at Jim Walters Resources from 1972 until 1993, a residential construction worker from 1964 until 1980 and braid and gasket manufacturer from 1971 until 1991, claims mesothelioma. Shaud will be represented by Randy L. Gori of Gori, Julian and Associates in Edwardsville. W. Mark Lanier, Patrick N. Haines, R. Craig Bullock and J. Kyle Beale of The Lanier Law Firm inHouston will be representing him. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-243.

--Larry Lee Shult ofMontana, a fire protection pipe fitting apprentice at Grinnell Fire Protection Systems between 1959 and 1964, claims pleural mesothelioma. Shult will be represented by James F. Kelly and Jeffrey A.J. Millar of Brent Coon and Associates. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-242.

--Ruth Simms ofFlorida claims her recently deceasedhusband, James Simms developed lung cancer after his work in the U.S. Army from 1943 until 1946 and as a heavy equipment mechanic and construction engineer from 1946 until 1997. Ruth Simms will be represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-263.

--Bonnie Smith ofAlabama claims her recently deceased husband, Hubert Smith, developed lung cancer after his work as a fork lift operator at U.S. Steel and as a laborer and deliverer at Sign Builders. Bonnie Smith will be represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-261.

--Lurita and James Smith of Florida claim Lurita Smith developed lung cancer after she was secondarily exposed to asbestos fibers through her husband, who served in the U.S. Army Reserve from 1964 until 1970 and who worked as a helper and yard manager at General Ship Repair Corp. from the 1960s until 2005. The Smiths will be represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-262.

--Phyllis Stevens ofKentucky, a furnace and crane operator at various locations from 1973 until 1974,claims lung cancer. Stevens will be represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-259.

--Judy Stroder ofIllinois claims her recently deceased husband, Roger L. Stroder, developed lung cancer after his work in the U.S. Army as a supply clerk from 1970 until 1972 and as an electrician at Granite City Steel from 1970 until 2008. Judy Stroder will be represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-254.

--Gary Sweitzer claims his recently deceased wife, Helen Sweitzer, developed lung cancer after her work as a laborer at various locations from 1977 until 2007. Helen Sweitzer was also exposed to asbestos fibers through her family member, Gordon Geyer, who worked as a machine operator from 1954 until 1979, according to the complaint. The Sweitzers will be represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-265.

--Dolores Waltemate ofIllinois claims her recently deceased husband, Rudolph E. Watlemate, developed mesothelioma after his work as a railroad fireman and machinist at various locations from 1947 until 1979. Dolores Waltemate will be represented by Andrew O'Brien, Christopher Thoron, Christina J. Nielson, Bartholomew J. Baumstark and Gerald J. FitzGerald of the O'Brien Law Firm inSt. Louis. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-276.

--Merry Ann Westbrooks ofArizona claims her recently deceased mother, Rosalyn Westbrooks, developed mesothelioma after her work as a secretary at various locations throughoutIllinois andOhio from 1950 until 1970. Rosalyn Westbrooks was also secondarily exposed to asbestos fibers through her husband who worked from the 1950s until the 1980s as a carpenter, according to the complaint. Merry Ann Westbrooks will be represented by Timothy F. Thompson Jr. of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd of East Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-277.

--Billy Jean Worley Iowa claims her recently deceased husband, Clarence L. Worley, developed mesothelioma after his work as a farm hand from 1948 until 1969, as a carpenter for DA Demerit from 1969 until 1972 and as a millwright for A-Alert from 1972 until 2009. Billy Jean Worley will be represented by Elizabeth V. Heller and Robert Rowland of Goldenberg, Heller, Antognoli and Rowland in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-250.

--Michael Wurn ofFlorida claims his recently deceased wife, Luane Wurn, developed mesothelioma after her work as a teacher, medical records clerk and suspension coordinator at various locations from 1962 until 2005. Michael Wurn will be represented by Christopher R. Guinn of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 10-L-239.

http://www.madisonrecord.com/news/225720-29-new-asbestos-cases-filed-in-madison-county-march-8-12

 
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Kentucky – Asbestos Trades –Mesothelioma Asbestos Lawsuits

27 new asbestos cases filed Nov. 2-6 inMadisonCounty
11/20/2009 7:39 AM By Kelly Holleran 

A total of 27 newasbestos lawsuits were filed in Madison County Circuit Court throughout the week of Nov. 2 through Nov. 6.

The following suits were filed:

--Bob D.Berlin ofMinnesota, a plumber, sheet metal worker, electrician and laborer at various locations from 1966 until 1979, claims lung cancer.Berlin will be represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1188.

--David and Kathleen Black ofNew York claim David Black developed mesothelioma after working as a painter and drywaller from 1971 until 1978, as a mechanic and infantryman at St. Leonard Wood from 1975 until 1997, as an accident investigator for the U.S. Army from 2000 until now and as a shadetree mechanic from 1958 until 1980. The Blacks will be represented by Randy L. Gori of Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton. W. Mark Lanier, Patrick N. Haines, W. Casey Harris and M. Clay Fostel of The Lanier Law Firm inHouston will serve of counsel. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1165.

--Elroy Christiansen ofWisconsin, an electrician at various locations from 1966 until 1999, claims lung cancer. Christiansen will be represented by Randy S. Cohn of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1167.

--Richard Clemons of Virginia, a painter at various locations from 1971 until 1979, claims lung cancer. Clemons will be represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1172.

--Janet Elrod claims the recently deceased Betty R. Walker developed mesothelioma after being exposed to asbestos fibers through her family member, William Walker, who worked as an electrician from 1960 until 1972 at various locations. Elrod will be represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1195.

--Mark and Margaret Garbry ofNew York claim Mark Garbry developed mesothelioma after his work as a drop hammer operator at Oneida Limited Silverware Company from 1966 until 2009, as a part-time EMT worker from 1989 until 2002 and as a shadetree mechanic in the 1970s. The Garbrys will be represented by Randy L. Gori of Gori, Julian and Associates in Edwardsville. W. Mark Lanier, Patrick N. Haines, R. Craig Bullock and J. Kyle Beale of the Lanier Law Firm inHouston will serve of counsel. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1178.

--Henry C. Gayden ofKentucky, a laborer and welder at various locations from 1967 until 1979,claims lung cancer. Gayden will be represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1192.

--Robert N. Gitzen ofPennsylvania, a laborer and steelworker at various locations from 1964 until 1979, claims lung cancer. Gitzen will be represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1193.

--Darwin B. Hoover ofLouisiana, a welder and laborer at various locations from 1961 until 1979, claims lung cancer.Hoover will be represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Anglides and Barnerd of East Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1191.

--Betty Huff ofMissouri claims her recently deceased husband, J.L. Huff, developed mesothelioma after his work as a maintenance worker, millwright and foreman at Masonite from 1948 until 1985 and as an insulator at Ingalls Shipbuilding in the 1960s. Betty Huff will be represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1175.

--Robert M. and Margatette Law of Virginia claim Robert Law developed mesothelioma after his work with Alcoa from 1944 until 1945 and as a member of the U.S. Air Force from 1950 until 1971. Robert M. Law was also exposed to asbestos fibers through his father, who worked at the same facility for 20 years while Robert M. Law was living with him. The Laws will be represented by Elizabeth V. Heller and Robert Rowland of Goldenberg, Heller, Antognoli and Rowland in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1183.

--Jeana Manolescu ofNew York claims she developed mesothelioma after being exposed to asbestos fibers through her family member, Vincent Egresits, who worked as a laborer, electrician and home remodeler at various locations from 1970 until 1979. Manolescu will be represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1173.

--Arval R. Mason ofArkansas, a laborer at various locations from 1967 until 1979, claims lung cancer. Mason will be represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1187.

--Joseph Maurelli Jr. ofColorado, a facilities engineer, an engineer, a project manager and a reactor operator at various locations throughoutIllinois,Minnesota,California,Colorado andIdaho from 1960 until 2009, claims pleural mesothelioma. Maurelli will be represented by G. Michael Stewart and Jill Price of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1184.

--Anthony J. McDonald ofNevada, a marine, tree cutter, truck driver and meat cutter at various locations from 1963 until 1979, claims mesothelioma. McDonald will be represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1174.

--James Moroney ofWisconsin, a delivery man, mechanic, laborer, millwright and electrician at various locations from 1960 until 2007, claims pleural mesothelioma. Moroney will be represented by G. Michael Stewart and Jill Price of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1186.

--Ferris Murphy ofNevada claims her recently deceased husband, Laurence S. Murphy, developed lung cancer after his work as a plumber and home remodeler at various locations from 1955 until 1979. Ferris Murphy will be represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1197.

--Aileen Noll of Wisconsin claims her recently deceased father, William Noll, developed mesothelioma after his work as a mechanic in the U.S. Army from 1969 until 1972, as a laborer at various sites from 1976 until 1977, as a mechanic from 1977 until 1979, as a drywaller and general residential construction worker 1966 until 1978 and as a shadetree mechanic from 1969 until 1991. Aileen Noll will be represented by Randy L. Gori of Gori, Julian and Associates in Edwardsville. W. Mark Lanier, Patrick N. Haines, W. Casey Harris and M. Clay Fostel of The Lanier Law Firm inHouston will serve of counsel. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1166.

--Keith Pace ofNevada claims his recently deceased father, Alfred Pace, developed mesothelioma after his work as a laborer and shipwright at various locations from 1954 until 1979. Pace will be represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1171.

--Melvin and Darlene Peterson of Utah claim Melvin Peterson developed mesothelioma after his work as a car salesman at Bosse Motors from 1959 until 1962, as a bricklayer at Powell College from 1960 until 1961, as a laborer at Standard Refinery from 1961 until 1962, as a car salesman at Capital Chevrolet Company from 1962 until 1964, as a partner in Peterson Brothers Construction Company from 1964 until 1967, as a partner in Peterson Trailer and Auto Sales from 1966 until 1967, as the owner and manager of Peterson Auto Sales beginning in 1967 and as a safety inspector and car repairman at Pete's Texaco beginning in 1972. The Petersons will be represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1164.

--Dale Rhine ofIllinois, a laborer, concrete finisher, pipefitter helper and engineer at various locations from 1950 until 1979, claims asbestosis. Rhine will be represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1194.

--Antonio Rivas of Washington, a laborer and welder at various locations from 1968 until 1979, claims colon cancer. Rivas will be represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1189.

--Gala Seay ofNorth Carolina, a laborer, coal miner and home remodeler at various locations from 1973 until 1979, claims lung cancer. Seay will be represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1196.

--Penn Smith of Utah, an electrician at various locations from 1965 until 1979, claims lung cancer. Smith will be represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1190.

--Laura Thompson ofNevada, a dental assistant, office manager, bookkeeper and office assistant at various locations throughoutIllinois,California,Arkansas,Montana andUtah, claims mesothelioma. Thompson was also exposed to asbestos fibers through her father, who worked as a construction laborer and construction supervisor from 1936 until 1961. Thompson will be represented by Amy E. Garrett and W. Brent Copple of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1179.

--Frances Trillet ofLouisiana, a dental assistant from 1957 until 1963, claims mesothelioma. Trillet will be represented by Richard L. Saville Jr. and Ethan A. Flint of Saville andFlint inAlton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1182.

--Angela Van Vranken ofTennessee claims her recently deceased mother, Pauline Mahoney, developed mesothelioma after her work as an assembly line worker, waitress and homemaker at various locations throughoutIllinois,Kentucky,Ohio andTennessee from 1943 until 2009. Mahoney was also exposed to asbestos fibers through her husband, William Mahoney Jr., who worked as a motor car repairman, pump repairman, electrician, pipefitter, bridge repairman, bridge inspector and superintendent from 1933 until 1977, and through her son, Barry Mahoney, who worked as a laborer from 1983 until 1988. Van Vranken will be represented by Amy E. Garrett and Sean M. Keane of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1168.

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Kentucky – Asbestos Cases – Mesothelioma Asbestos Lawsuit

16 new asbestos cases filed inMadisonCountyOct. 26-30
11/12/2009 8:21 AM By Kelly Holleran 

A total of 16 newasbestos lawsuits were filed in Madison County Circuit Court throughout the week of Oct. 26 through Oct. 30.

The following complaints were filed:

--Glenn E. and Betty J. Bowers of Ohio claim Glenn E. Bowers developed mesothelioma after his work as a member of the U.S. Army from 1951 until 1953 as a lineman, as a kilnsitter for American Vitrified from 1947 until 1960 and as a molder and foreman for Insul Co. and Exochem Corporation from 1960 until 1993. The Bowers will be represented by Elizabeth V. Heller and Robert Rowland of Goldenberg, Heller, Antognoli and Rowland in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1155.

--Linda Bryan ofNorth Carolina claims her recently deceased husband, Ashley Bryan, developed mesothelioma after his work as a clerk and inspector at various locations from 1955 until 1996. Brian J. Cooke of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton will be representing Linda Bryan. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1146.

--Henry Chambers ofKentucky, a laborer and latherer at various locations from 1961 until 1979,claims colon cancer. Chamber will be represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1152.

--Donna Marie Cloud ofMissouri alleges she developed mesothelioma after being exposed to asbestos fibers through her father, who worked at Brownville Paper Company, and through her sister, who worked at New York Air Brake. Cloud will be represented by Elizabeth V. Heller and Robert Rowland of Goldenberg, Heller, Antognoli and Rowland in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1162.

--Bernard A. Davis ofNew Jersey, a laborer and truck driver at various locations from 1964 until 1979, claims lung cancer.Davis will be represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1150.

--Christopher and Desiree Dupuis ofLouisiana claim Christopher Dupuis developed mesothelioma after his work as a laborer, pipefitter's helper, electrician's helper, assembly line worker and shipfitter at various locations throughoutIllinois andLouisiana from 1985 until now. Christopher Dupuis was also exposed to asbestos fibers through his father who worked at a fertilizer company from 1974 until 1994, according to the complaint. The Dupuis will be represented by Timothy F. Thompson Jr. of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1139.

--Leo Faneuf Jr. of Florida, an engineer with the U.S. Navy from 1943 until 1946, an engineer at the Western Electric Plant from 1946 until 1948, an engineer at the Ruberoid Plant from 1948 until 1950, an engineer with the U.S. Navy from 1950 until 1952, an engineer at the Ruberoid Plant from 1952 until 1959, a plant engineer at the Ruberoid Plant from 1959 until 1962, a plant engineer at the Ruberoid Plant in Alabama from 1962 until 1965, a plant engineer at the Ruberoid Plant in Illinois from 1965 until 1968, a plant manager at the Ruberoid Plant from 1968 until 1969 and a regional manager at the Ruberoid Plant from 1969 until 1971, claims mesothelioma. Faneuf will be represented by Elizabeth V. Heller and Robert Rowland of Goldenberg, Heller, Antognoli and Rowland in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1161.

--Deborah Gilchrist ofPennsylvania claims her recently deceased father, Joseph Oliveri, developed lung cancer after his work as a sheet metal worker and welder at various locations inIllinois from 1947 until 1975. Brian J. Cooke of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1147.

--Kay Greene ofCalifornia, a teacher at various locations from 1954 until 1959, claims mesothelioma. Greene will be represented by Robert Philips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1153.

--William Halley claims his recently deceased mother, Mary Halley, developed mesothelioma after her work as a seamstress at various locations throughoutIllinois andMissouri from the late 1970s through the early 1980s. Mary Halley was also exposed to asbestos fibers through her husband, who worked as a maintenance man for the St. Louis Board of Education from 1960 until 1967, according to the complaint. William Halley will be represented by Timothy F. Thompson Jr. of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1159.

--Alice Isoline ofIllinois claims the recently deceased Bill Isoline developed lung cancer after his work as a boilermaker from 1964 until 1993 at various locations inIllinois andIndiana. Alice Isoline will be represented by Michael R. Bilbrey and James R. Stever of the Law Offices of Michael R. Bilbrey in Glen Carbon. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1142.

--William G. and Jean McQuaig of Tennessee claim William G. McQuaig developed mesothelioma after his work as a member of the U.S. Air Force from 1952 until 1956, as a part-time electrician from 1956 until 1960, as an engineer technical reports writer at Colbert Steam Plant from 1961 until 1963, as an engineer technical reports writer at Bull Run Steam Plant from 1963 until 1967, as an engineer technical reports writer at Paradise Steam Plant from 1967 until 1970, as an engineer technical reports writer at Sequoyah Nuclear Power Plant from 1970 until 1973, as a technical editor and writer at Tennessee Valley Authority from 1973 until 1985, as a specifications writer at Lockwood Green Architectural and Engineering Firm from 1985 until 1987, as a nuclear procedures editor from 1987 until 1988, as a safety analysis reports editor from 1988 until 1998 and as a technical writer and editor from 1998 until 1999. The McQuaigs will be represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1160.

--John Henry Rinier Jr. and Miriam Ann Kreider-Rinier ofPennsylvania claim John Henry Rinier Jr. developed malignant mesothelioma after his work as a boiler tender in the United States Navy from 1958 until 1964. Elizabeth V. Heller and Robert Rowland of Goldenberg, Heller, Antognoli and Rowland in Edwardsville will be representing them. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1143.

--Joyce Schreur ofCalifornia claims her recently deceased husband, Robert Schreur, developed mesothelioma after his work as a messenger, laborer and teacher at various locations throughoutIllinois,New York,New Jersey andCalifornia from 1950 until 1990. Robert Schreur was also exposed to asbestos fibers through his father, who worked as a laborer from the 1930s until the 1980s, according to the complaint. Timothy F. Thompson Jr. of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton will be representing her. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1148.

--Robert Squzert of Indiana, a laborer and steelworker at various locations from 1955 until 1979, claims lung cancer. Squzert will be represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1151.

--Donna Vileta ofArkansas claims her recently deceased brother, Charles Cameron, developed lung cancer after his work as a pipefitter and home remodeler at various locations from 1955 until 1979. Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton will be representing her. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1149.

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Kentucky – Asbestos Trades – Asbestos Mesothelioma Lawsuits

15 new asbestos cases filed inMadisonCountyOct. 19-23
11/10/2009 7:24 AM By Kelly Holleran 

A total of 15 newasbestos lawsuits were filed in Madison County Circuit Court during the week of Oct. 19 through Oct. 23.

The following complaints were filed:

--Ann M. Bailey ofIllinois claims her recently deceased husband, Robert E. Bailey, developed lung cancer after his work with the Steamfitters Local 429 from 1950 until 1990. Ann M. Bailey will be represented by Elizabeth V. Heller and Robert Rowland of Goldenberg, Heller, Antognoli and Rowland in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1138.

--Judith Bonfield of Indiana, a clerk, secretary, travel agent and administrative assistant at various locations from 1964 until 2001, claims mesothelioma. Bonfield will be represented by Randy S. Cohn of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1123.

--Shirley Foley claims she should be entitled to file a lawsuit on behalf of her recently deceased husband, C.L. Foley, who had a right to pursue an asbestos claim. Shirley Foley will be represented by G. Michael Stewart and Jill Price of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1109.

--Ellen and James Girt ofOregon claim Ellen Girt developed mesothelioma after her work as a bookkeeper at various locations from 1978 until 2005. Ellen Girt was also exposed to asbestos fibers through her spouse, who worked as a logger, laborer, pilot and farmer at various locations from 1968 until now. The Girts will be represented by Amy E. Garrett and W. Brent Copple of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1111.

--Samantha Gordon claims the recently deceased Ralph T. Mallory Jr. developed mesothelioma after his work as a pipefitter and welder in the U.S. Navy from 1958 until 1968, as a power and construction worker from 1968 until 1972, as a construction superintendent at Voss International from 1972 until 1975, as a construction superintendent for Coke Battery from 1975 until 1977 and as a construction worker and plumber from 1988 until 1991. Gordon will be represented by Randy L. Gori of Gori, Julian and Associates in Edwardsville.

--Edmundo Gutierrez ofCalifornia, a clerk, assembler and parts and shipping clerk at various locations throughoutCalifornia from 1972 until 1996, claims mesothelioma. Gutierrez will be represented by Christopher R. Guinn and Christopher J. Levy of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1122.

--Densic Hayes Jr. ofLouisiana claims his recently deceased father, Densic Hayes Sr., developed mesothelioma after his work as a laborer, cook and dietician at various locations throughoutLouisiana andCalifornia from 1956 until 2009. Densic Hayes Jr. will be represented by Christopher R. Guinn and John P. Wagner of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1132.

--Floyd Hicks Jr. and Earline Hicks ofKentucky claim Floyd Hicks Jr.developed lung cancer after his work as a laborer for General Motors from 1959 until 1989. The Hicks will be represented by Elizabeth V. Heller and Robert Rowland of Goldenberg, Heller, Antognoli and Rowland in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1137.

--Jeanette Moorman ofOregon, claims her recently deceased husband, Wilfred Moorman, developed mesothelioma after his work as a concrete worker, pipefitter, welder and coal carrier from 1942 until 1978. Jeanette Moorman will be represented Myles L. Epperson of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd of East Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1124.

--Eddie Patterson of Illinois, a painter at Chrysler from 1964 until 1967, a helper at Gray Iron Foundry from 1969 until 1970, an assembly line worker at J.I. Case from 1970 until 1972, a forklift driver from 1972 until 1986 and a home remodeler, claims lung cancer. Patterson will be represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1110.

--Charles E. Schmidt ofMaryland alleges Lurecia M. Schmidt died from mesothelioma after working as a service worker at theUniversity ofMiami. Charles E. Schmidt will be represented by Richard L. Saville Jr. and Ethan A. Flint ofAlton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1118.

--Raymond Strickland ofMississippi claims his recently deceased wife, Lillian Strickland, developed mesothelioma after she was exposed to asbestos fibers through her husband, who worked as an insulator at various locations from 1948 until 1979. Raymond Strickland will be represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1116.

--Elaine Taylor-Tyler claims her recently deceased father, Dave Tyler, developed lung cancer after his work around asbestos fibers. Taylor-Tyler will be represented by Amy E. Garrett and W. Brent Copple of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1136.

--Krystyna Wolek ofIllinois claims her recently deceased uncle, Frank Balwierz, developed mesothelioma after his work as a machinist at various locations from 1964 until 1994. Wolek will be represented by G. Michael Stewart and Jill Price of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1117.

--Lois Yates ofVirginia claims her recently deceased husband, Johnny Yates, Sr., developed mesothelioma after his work as a coal shooter, penner operator, gas attendant and mechanic at various locations throughoutVirginia. Lois Yates will be represented by Christopher R. Guinn and John P. Wagner of Simmons, Browder, Gianaris, Angelides and Barnerd inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-1133.

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 Kentucky – Asbestos Exposure – Mesothelioma Asbestos Lawsuit

29 new asbestos cases filed inMadisonCountyJune 8-12
6/23/2009 7:12 AM By Kelly Holleran 

A total of 29 newasbestos lawsuits were filed in Madison County Circuit Court during the week of June 8 through June 12.

The following complaints were filed:

--Linda Barrier ofColorado claims her recently deceased husband, James L. Barrier, developed lung cancer after his work as a mechanic, industrial equipment repairman and rental property renovator from 1965 until 1979. Barrier is represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-611.

--Patricia Blundell ofTexas claims her recently deceased husband, Jimmie Blundell, developed mesothelioma after his work as a carpenter, roofer and factory worker at various locations from 1962 until 1979. Blundell is represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-617.

--Norma Briesacher ofIllinois claims her recently deceased husband, Robert Briesacher, developed lung cancer after his work as a supervisor and delivery driver from 1962 until 1975. Briesacher is represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-599.

--Jackie Ray Casteel ofIllinois, a derrick hand and motorman in an oilfield from 1979 until 1986, claims asbestosis. Casteel is represented by Patricia S. Murphy of Murphy Law Office in Energy. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-591.

--Cheryl Copeland ofIllinois claims her recently deceased husband, Herman Copeland, developed mesothelioma after his work as a mechanic and carpenter at various locations inIllinois andIndiana from 1970 until 2005. Copeland is represented by Amy E. Garrett and W. Brent Copple of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-624.

--Joyce Corbyn claims her recently deceased husband, George Corbyn, developed mesothelioma after his work as a carpenter at various locations from 1947 until 1979. Corbyn is represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-618.

--John Robert Cox ofIllinois, a roughneck and driller on the oilfield from 1952 until 1986, claims asbestosis. Cox is represented by Patricia S. Murphy of Murphy Law Office in Energy. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-590.

--Laura Dawes ofConnecticut, a mail sorter, assembly line worker and welder from 1971 until 1979, claims mesothelioma. Dawes is represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-593.

--Joseph DeMauro Sr. ofConnecticut, an apprentice carpenter, laborer, sweeper and painter from 1952 until 1979, claims lung cancer. DeMauro is represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-597.

--Donna Elliott, representative of the heirs and estate of Shirley Elliott, claims Shirley Elliottdeveloped mesothelioma after her work at Cedar Village Restaurant from the 1960s until the 1990s. Shirley Elliott was also secondarily exposed to asbestos fibers through her former spouse, Nathan Elliott, who worked for various employers including theKentucky National Guard and Ward Engineering from 1949 until 1974, according to the complaint. Shirley Elliott was also exposed to asbestos fibers through her father, Eugene Drake, who worked as a laborer for L and N Railroad from 1954 until 1958. Donna Elliott is represented by Randy L. Gori of Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton. W. Mark Lanier, Patrick N. Haines, Angela B. Greenburg, Sam T. Richard, Bridget B. Truxillo and Lauren H. Ware of The Lanier Law Firm inHouston will serve of counsel. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-615.

--George T. Engle ofIllinois, a floor hand on the oilfield from 1966 until 1978, claims asbestosis. Engle is represented by Patricia S. Murphy of Murphy Law Office in Energy. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-589.

--Maria Feola ofFlorida claims her recently deceased husband, Amerigo Feola, developed mesothelioma after his work as a concrete finisher, laborer and supervisor at various locations from 1953 until 1970. Feola is represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-601.

--Leroy W. Gammon ofIllinois, a derrick hand, driller, pusher and chain hand from 1955 until 1981, claims asbestosis. Gammon is represented by Patricia S. Murphy of Murphy Law Office in Energy. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-588.

--Ronald Garlick ofIllinois, a roughneck and chain hand on the oilfield from 1963 until 1974, claims asbsestosis. Garlick is represented by Patricia S. Murphy of Murphy Law Firm in Energy. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-587.

--Glenna Goede ofMissouri claims her recently deceased husband, Gerald Goede, developed mesothelioma after his work as a laborer, oiler, aircraft mechanic and engineer from 1946 until 1979. Goede is represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-619.

--Dolores Hallee ofMaine, a stacker operator at various locations from 1971 until 1979, claims lung cancer. Hallee says she was also secondarily exposed to asbestos fibers through her family member, Norman Hallee, who worked as a boiler mechanic and maintenance supervisor at various locations from 1952 until 1979. Hallee is represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-594.

--Marie B. Hawks ofNorth Carolina claims her recently deceased husband, William F. Hawks Sr., developed lung cancer after his work as a concrete worker, laborer and boiler mechanic at various locations from 1970 until 1979. Hawks is represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-602.

--Clarence Steven Heil ofIllinois, a floorhand in the oilfield from 1960 through the 1980s, claims asbestosis. Patricia S. Murphy of Murphy Law Office in Energy will be representing Heil. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-586.

--Anna Hess claims she was secondarily exposed to asbestos fibers through her husband, who worked as a mechanic from 1955 until 1980. Because of her exposure, Hess says she developed mesothelioma. Hess is represented by Andrew O'Brien, Christopher Thoron, Christina J. Nielson, Bartholomew J. Baumstark and Gerald J. FitzGerald of O'Brien Law Firm inSt. Louis. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-629.

--James W. Howell Jr. ofMississippi claims mesothelioma on behalf of a recently deceased woman, Patricia A. Tigner, who worked as a beautician at a local beauty shop for 35 years. Tigner was also secondarily exposed to asbestos through her grandfather, who worked on various heavy equipment; through Burt Howell, who used Euclid products as a dirt mover; through her cousin Bobby Joe Tigner, who was a welder by trade and worked on boilers at Dupont and Exxon; through her husband, who was a used car salesman; through William Tigner, who did roofing and drywall work; and through her sister, who worked in various plants. Howell is represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-583.

--Margaret L. Kohler ofWashington claims her recently deceased husband, Peter Kohler Sr., a pipefitter at various locations from 1946 until 1979, developed mesothelioma. Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton will be representing Kohler. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-598.

--Engelbert Kraus ofMichigan, a teacher, counselor and YMCA instructor and maintenance worker from 1943 until 1979, claims mesothelioma. Kraus is represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-595.

--Justine Mellynchuk ofMassachusetts claims her friend, Gloria Bishop, developed mesothelioma after her work as a waitress and insulator at various locations from 1943 until 1973. Mellynchuk is represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-604.

--Virginia Neely of Missouri claims her recently deceased husband, Roy Neely, developed pleural plaques after his work as a laborer at various locations from 1956 until 1979. Neely is represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-610.

--Daniel Nichols ofTennessee, a laborer and roofer at various locations from 1960 until 1979, claims lung cancer. Nichols is represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-596.

--Vergie Mae Overbee, a self-employed grocer in 1968; a coil winder at Consolidated Radio from 1951 until 1956; a laborer at Zenith Radio from 1957 until 1967; a laborer at Motorola from 1967 until 1968; a laborer at GM from 1969 until 1971; a member of a labor gang at Kaiser Aluminum in 1969; a packer and cleaner at Johnson and Johnson from 1970 until 1972; a home construction worker from 1971 until 1972; and a laborer at Zenith Radio from 1955 through 1966, claims mesothelioma. Overbee is represented by Randy L. Gori of Gori, Julian and Associates in Edwardsville. W. Mark Lanier, Patrick N. Haines, Angela B. Greenburg, Sam T. Richard, Bridget Baragona and Lauren H. Ware of The Lanier Law Firm inHouston will serve of counsel. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-616.

--Herschel Don Phillips of Illinois, a derrick hand, floor hand and drilling foreman from 1961 through 1972 and from 1981 until 1983, claims asbestosis. Phillips is represented by Patricia S. Murphy of Murphy Law Office in Energy. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-585.

--Barbara Senko ofArizona claims her recently deceased husband, Robert Senko, developed mesothelioma after his work as a marine machinist from 1959 until 1979. Senko is represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-603.

--Kevin T. Stucky ofIllinois, a derrick hand and driller in the oilfield from 1975 until 1987, claims asbestosis. Stucky is represented by Patricia S. Murphy of Murphy Law Office in Energy. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-584.

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Kentucky – Asbestos Trades – Asbestos Mesothelioma Lawsuit

16 new asbestos cases filed May 18-22 inMadisonCounty
6/12/2009 7:00 AM By Kelly Holleran 

A total of 16 newasbestos suits were filed in Madison County Circuit Court during the week of May 18 through May 22.

The following claims were filed:

--Mary E. Anderson ofMissouri, a cleaning crew member aboard the USS Admiralcruise ship from 1961 until 1963 and a nurses aide at theMissouriPacificRailroadHospital from 1962 until 1976, claims mesothelioma.Anderson says she was also exposed to asbestos fibers secondarily through her husband, who worked from 1966 until 1996 as a molder for Granite City Steel.Anderson is represented by Elizabeth V. Heller and Robert Rowland of Goldenberg, Heller, Antognoli and Rowland in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-520.

--Robbie J. Dempsey claims her recently deceased husband, Clyde D. Dempsey, developed mesothelioma after his work as a pipefitter and plumber beginning in 1957. Robbie J. Dempsey is represented by Andrew O'Brien, Christopher Thoron, Christina J. Nielson, Bartholomew J. Baumstark and Gerald J. FitzGerald of the O'Brien Law Firm inSt. Louis. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-512.

--Victor Lee and Priscella Dillbeck ofArizona claim Victor Lee Dillbeck developed mesothelioma after his work as an apprentice, machinist and millwright from 1962 until 2005. Victor Lee Dillbeck says he also was a member of the Local 448 Carpenter/Millwright Union for 31 years. The Dillbecks are represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court casenumber : 09-L-531.

--Jacob L. and Doris Fullmer ofIndiana claim Jacob L. Fullmer developed mesothelioma after his work as a hand sander, in the U.S. Navy, material handler, bottler and steamfitter from 1955 until 1993. The Fullmers are represented by Elizabeth V. Heller and Robert Rowland of Goldenberg, Heller, Antognoli and Rowland in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-521.

--Bobby Haley ofArizona, mechanic, laborer, millwright and truck driver from 1956 until now, claims mesothelioma. Haley is represented by Timothy F. Thompson Jr. of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-502.

--Clarence and JoAnne Haskell claim Clarence Haskell developed mesothelioma after his work as a laborer, operator and finisher, parts manager and purchaser, salesman, owner, operator, distributor and carpenter from 1955 until 1992. The Haswells are represented by Randy L. Gori of Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton. W. Mark Lanier, Patrick N. Haines, Angela B. Greenburg, Sam T. Richard, Bridget Baragona and Lauren H. Ware of The Lanier Law Firm inHouston will serve of counsel. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-509.

--Elizabeth Marshall ofKentucky alleges her recently deceased husband, Thomas Marshall, developedasbestosis and bilateral pleural plaques after his work as an assistant unit operator, unit operator, assistant shift engineer and shift engineer at various locations from 1952 until 1998. Elizabeth Marshall is represented by Christopher R. Guinn, Christopher J. Levy, Perry J. Browder and John A. Barnerd of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-519.

--William Z. McClintock ofOhio, who served in the U.S. Army from 1973 until 1975 and worked for Soil Conservation Service, Brown Insulation,GoodyearTruckTireCenter, MTD, Graber Metal Works,McClintock Energy, Johnson Controls World Services and Ohio Professional Energy Consortium from 1975 until present, claims mesothelioma. Elizabeth V. Heller and Robert Rowland of Goldenberg, Heller, Antognoli and Rowland in Edwardsville will be representing him. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-514.

--Wilfred L. Miller of Virginia, a laborer, lineman, foreman and self-employed mechanic from the 1950s until 2000, claims mesothelioma. Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton will be representing him. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-528.

--Phyllis A. and John Nelson ofIndiana claim Phyllis A. Nelson developed mesothelioma after her work as a laborer at Westinghouse Electric Supply and as a teacher atHomesteadHigh School from 1953 until 2009. Phyllis A. Nelson was also secondarily exposed to asbestos through her brother, Bill, who worked as a laborer from 1946 until 1965, and through her other brother, Frank, who worked as a laborer from 1946 until 1953, according to the complaint. Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates in Edwardsville will be representing them. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-530.

--Dorathea R. and Joe L. Pierce claim Dorathea R. Pierce developed lung cancer after her work as a supervisor within the Vanity Fair Intimates textile manufacturing plant from 1966 until 2002. She also worked as a sales associate for Marvin's Building Materials from 2004 until 2008, according to the complaint. Elizabeth V. Heller and Robert Rowland of Goldenberg, Heller, Antognoli and Rowland in Edwardsville will be representing them. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-259.

--Barbara Pratt claims her recently deceased father, Clifford Richardson, developed mesothelioma after his work as a floor tile layer and carpenter at various locations from 1945 until 1987. Pratt is represented by Andrew O'Brien, Christopher Thoron, Christina J. Nielson, Bartholomew J. Baumstark and Gerald J. FitzGerald of O'Brien Law Firm inSt. Louis. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-511.

--Shirley Mae Roach ofTexas claims her recently deceased husband, William Albert Roach, developed mesothelioma after his work in the airman first class, at the March and Travis Air Force Bases and at Wedron Silica. Shirley Mae Roach claims her husband also worked as a plant manager and at R&R Construction from 1968 until 1988. Shirley Mae Roach is represented by Elizabeth V. Heller and Robert Rowland of Goldenberg, Heller, Antognoli and Rowland in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-506.

--Alan Steinberg ofTexas claims his recently deceased father, Robert Steinberg, developed mesothelioma after his work at various locations throughout theUnited States from 1955 until 2003. Steinberg is represented by Randy S. Cohn of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-503.

--Charles J. Turner ofAlabama claims his recently deceased father, Charles B. Turner, developed mesothelioma after his work as a mechanic, plasterer and logger at various locations throughoutIllinois,Alabama andMississippi from 1964 until 2008. Charles J. Turner is represented by Shane F. Hampton and Paul M. Dix of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-504.

--Gwen Watts claims mesothelioma on behalf of her recently deceased husband, Virgil L. Watts, who worked as a pipefitter and plumber at various locations throughoutIllinois beginning in 1939. Virgil L. Watts also worked for the United States Navy from 1942 until 1945, according to the complaint. Gwen Watts will be represented by Andrew O'Brien, Christopher Thoron, Christina J. Nielson, Bartholomew J. Baumstark and Gerald J. FitzGerald of the O'Brien Law Firm inSt. Louis. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-513.

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Kentucky – Asbestos Trades –Mesothelioma Lawsuit

13 new asbestos cases filed inMadisonCountyMay 11-15
6/1/2009 11:54 AM By Kelly Holleran

A total of 13 new asbestos suits were filed in Madison County Circuit Court during the week of May 11 through May 15.
The following complaints were filed:

--Frank and Barbara Anne Autry ofCalifornia claim Frank Autry developed mesothelioma after his work as a plumber, water well driller and welder from 1970 until 1972. The Autrys claim Frank Autry also performed home reconstruction work in 1981 and worked at a shipyard for Oakland Naval Supply from 1983 until 1984. The Autrys are represented by Elizabeth V. Heller and Robert Rowland of Goldenberg, Heller, Antognoli and Rowland in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-497.

--Jorge Cardenas ofNew Jersey claims his recently deceased wife, Raysa Cardenas, developed mesothelioma after her work as a gate agent at Continental Airlines from 1988 until 2008. She was also secondarily exposed to asbestos through her father, who worked at a local auto parts store, according to the complaint. Jorge Cardenas is represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-485.

--Edna Cordy claims her recently deceased husband, Lee L. Cordy, developed mesothelioma after his work as an apprentice operating crane engineer, residential construction worker and auto mechanic worker from 1947 through 2003. Edna Cordy is represented by Randy L. Gori of Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton. W. Mark Lanier, Patrick N. Haines, R. Craig Bullock, Erik P. Karst and Sara A. Morton of The Lanier Law Firm inHouston will serve of counsel. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-418.

--William Downey ofKentucky, an operator and factory worker from 1973 until 1994,claims lung cancer. Downer is represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-494.

--Joseph and Amalia Horvath ofOhio claim Joseph Horvath developed mesothelioma after his work as a box assembler, laborer, maintenance worker, roofer and tool and dye worker from 1958 until 2000. Joseph Horvath says he also conducted his own home and auto maintenance repairs. The Horvaths are represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-484.

--Ralph W. Millsaps ofColorado, a handyman, farmer, meatcutter, machinist, sheet metal worker, welder, heavy equipment mechanic, maintenance man, freelance auto mechanic and handyman from 1952 until 1985, claims mesothelioma. Millsaps is represented by Randy L. Gori of Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton. W. Mark Lanier, Patrick N. Haines, R. Craig Bullock and J. Kyle Beale of The Lanier Law Firm inHouston will serve of counsel. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-495.

--Carleties Mitchell ofIllinois, a laborer, mechanic and truck driver from 1955 until 1990, claims lung cancer. Mitchell is represented by Myles L. Epperson of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-481.

--Jean Nagy ofMichigan claims her recently deceased father, John Bunjac, developed mesothelioma after his work as a design engineer at various locations throughoutIllinois,Missouri,Michigan andKentucky from 1936 until 1992. Nagy is represented by Randy S. Cohn of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-482.

--Paul Post ofArkansas, a welder from 1944 until 1990, claims mesothelioma. Post is represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-492.

--Robert E. Shelton ofArkansas, a laborer at various locations from 1951 until 1967, claims lung cancer.Shelton is represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-493.

--Donna Teague ofKentucky claims her recently deceased father, Isaac Moore,developed lung cancer after his work as a laborer and mechanic from 1950 until 1984. Teague is represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-496.

--Vera Jean Trammell-Wallace ofMontana claims her recently deceased husband, Russell Wallace, developed mesothelioma after his work as a rigger, coppersmith and pipefitter at various locations from 1942 until 1985. Trammell-Wallace is represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-491.

--John Zeller ofFlorida, a nurse and administrator at various locations throughout theUnited States from 1962 until 1981, claims mesothelioma. Zeller is represented by Brian J. Cooke of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-488.

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Kentucky – Asbestos Trades – Asbestos Mesothelioma Lawsuit

22 new asbestos claims filed inMadisonCountyApril 27-May 1
5/13/2009 4:23 PM By Kelly Holleran 

A total of 22 newasbestos suits were filed in Madison County Circuit Court during the week of April 27 through May 1.

The following claims were filed:

--Gerard Abbott ofMinnesota, a laborer, quality control manager, concrete finisher, block layer, maintenance worker, restaurant manager, home renovator and real estate agent at various locations from 1966 until 2007, claims lung cancer. Abbott is represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-439.

--Harold L. and Peggy Austin ofArkansas claim Harold L. Austin developed lung cancer after his work from 1958 until 1992 as a foreman at Industrial Insulation. TheAustins are represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-435.

--Gary and Theresa Brown ofIndiana claim Gary Brown developed lung cancer after his work as a laborer, truck driver and UPS driver at various locations throughoutIndiana andOhio from the 1950s until 1994. The Browns are represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-436.

--Giulio and Leonarda Cardella ofArizona claim Giulio Cardella developed mesothelioma after his work from 1968 until 1992 for Mormino andSonsGardenCenter, theCounty ofMaricopa comptroller and GC Plumbing. The Cardellas are represented by Richard L. Saville Jr., Ethan A. Flint and David J. Page of Saville andFlint inAlton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-434.

--Charles and Mariam Carver claim Charles Carver developed mesothelioma after his work for Globe American Corporation, U.S. Navy and Chrysler Corporation from 1941 until 1976. The Carvers are represented by Richard L. Saville Jr., Ethan A. Flint, David J. page and Andrew J. Balcer of Saville andFlint inAlton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-433.

--Joe Castle ofKentucky claims his recently deceased wife, Mary Castle,died of mesothelioma. He says she came into contact with asbestos fibers through clothing he would wear home from his work as a carpenter, strip miner and laborer at various locations throughoutKentucky. Joe Castle is represented by Christopher R. Guinn, Christopher J. Levy, Perry J. Browder and John A. Barnerd of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-430.

--Nileen Copeman ofMichigan, a waitress and laborer from 1970 until 2004, claims mesothelioma. Copeman says she was also exposed to asbestos fibers through her husband, who worked from 1958 until 2004 as a laborer, assembly worker, owner and operator. Her father, who worked as a lineman and division forestry supervisor from 1944 until 1976, would also bring asbestos fibers home on his clothing, according to the complaint. Copeman is represented by Nicholas J. Angelides of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-445.

--Walter Counts of Missouri, a laborer, truck and tractor driver, supply motor operator and hoist operator at various locations throughoutIllinois andMissouri from 1957 until 1988 claims mesothelioma.Counts is represented by Amy E. Garrett and Sean M. Keane of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-452.

--Judith Ann Crum claims mesothelioma on behalf of her recently deceased husband, Don Lewis Crum, who worked as a machinist, forestman, maintenance personnel, Wal-Mart greeter, drywaller and roofer from 1960 until 2008. Judith Ann Crum says her deceased husband was also secondarily exposed to asbestos fibers through his father, Alfred Crum. Judith Ann Crum is represented by Randy L. Gori of Gori, Julian and Associates. W. Mark Lanier, Patrick N. Haines, R. Craig Bullock and J. Kyle Beale of The Lanier Law Firm inHouston will serve of counsel. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-448.

--Gary Dithmart ofIowa, a laborer from 1951 until 1978, claims colon cancer. Dithmart is represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-442.

--Sue Dyer ofMinnesota claims her recently deceased husband, Steven Dyer, developed lung cancer after his work from 1965 until 2005 as a maintenance worker, installer, heavy equipment operator, metal framer, cabinet assembler and fireman at various locations. Sue Dyer is represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-428.

--Delois Fleming ofTennessee claims her recently deceased son, Christopher Fleming, developed mesothelioma after his work as a clerk, driver and laborer from 1994 until 2008. Delois Fleming says her son was also secondarily exposed to asbestos fibers through his father, who worked from 1977 until 1999 as a lab worker at Bridgestone/Firestone. Delois Fleming is represented by Amy E. Garrett, W. Brent Copple and Sean M. Keane of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-449.

--Leonard and Joyce Marie Jansen claim Leonard Jansen developed malignant mesothelioma after his work repairing AC and heating systems and replacing gaskets and serviced circulating pumps on cooling towers. He also says he worked on residential gravity sections used to heat homes and on gas-fired or forced air furnaces and helped to construct Drury Hotels from the 1960s until the 1980s. The Jansens are represented by Donald M. Flack of Flack Law Office inWoodRiver. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-427.

--John W. Johnson ofTexas, a laborer, grinder and maintenance man from 1965 until 1997, claims lung cancer. Johnson says he was also secondarily exposed to asbestos fibers through his father and brother who worked at Tyler Pipe. Johnson is represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton. Madison County Circuit Court case number:09-L-447.

--Ronald Mitchem Sr. and Karen Mitchem claim Ronald Mitchem Sr. developed mesothelioma after his work performing various jobs within the core room of the foundry, performing final inspections of finished tanks, working as a maintenance supervisor, performing auto mechanic work and performing residential construction work from 1980 through the 1990s. The Mitchems are represented by Randy L. Gori of Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton. W. Mark Lanier, Patrick N. Haines, R. Craig Bullock and J. Kyle Beale of The Lanier Law Firm inHouston will serve of counsel. Madison County Circuit Court number: 09-L-441.

--Geraldine Novack ofMassachusetts, a seamstress and cashier from 1935 until 1983 claims mesothelioma. Novack also says she was exposed to asbestos fibers through her family member, Anthony Novack, who worked from 1935 until 1958 as a stove assembly supervisor. Geraldine Novack is represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-438.

--David Rees ofIllinois, a mechanic, laborer, service worker and coal miner, from 1952 until 1999, claims mesothelioma. Rees is represented by G. Michael Stewart and Jill Price of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-446.

--Franklin Speckman ofOhio, a furnace tender, mechanical engineer, aerospace technology equipment designer, tool designer and plant manager from 1946 until 1980, claims mesothelioma. Speckman is represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of SimmonsCoooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-444.

--Tives Staten ofKentucky, a furniture deliveryman, laborer, mechanic, construction worker, welder and industrial press setter at various locations throughoutCalifornia,Michigan andFlorida from 1977 until 1998,claims mesothelioma. Staten is represented by Christopher R. Guinn, Christopher J. Levy, Perry J. Browder and John A. Barnerd of SimmonsCooper in East Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-431.

--Larry Stewart claims mesothelioma on behalf of his recently deceased mother, Lora Stewart, who worked from 1958 until 1967 as a welder at various locations. She was also exposed to asbestos fibers through her relative, William Stewart, who worked from 1947 until 1982 as a heating and air conditioning technician and sheet metal worker at various locations, according to the complaint. Larry Stewart is represented by Robert Phillips, Perry J. Browder and Rosalind M. Robertson of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-437.

--Carol Stout ofMissouri claims her recently deceased husband, Carlos Stout, developed lung cancer after his work at Perfection Bakeries from 1942 until 1942, in the U.S. Navy from 1943 until 1947 and on the annealing furnace in 1948. Carol Stout says her husband also worked as a carpenter's helper in 1943, a laborer in 1947, assembler from 1948 until 1952 and trim repairman from 1952 until 1972. Carol Stout is represented by Elizabeth V. Heller and Robert Rowland of Goldenberg, Heller, Antognoli and Rowland in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 009-L-429.

--Iris E. Williams ofMichigan, a teacher from 1968 until 1999, claims mesothelioma. Williams says she was also exposed to asbestos fibers through her father, who worked at Dodge Main inDetroit, and through her ex-husband. Williams is represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-443.

--Joseph and Lorraine Wozniak of Nevada claim Joseph Wozniak developed mesothelioma after his work as a molder's helper, infantryman, operator, mail carrier, quality control and superintendent of operations at various locations throughoutIllinois from 1938 until 1985. The Wozniaks are represented by Shane F. Hampton and Paul M. Dix of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-432.

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 Kentucky – Asbestos Trades –Mesothelioma Lawsuit

15 new asbestos claims filed inMadisonCountyMarch 30-April 3
4/27/2009 10:14 AM By Kelly Holleran 

A total of 15 new asbestos suits were filed in Madison County Circuit Court during the week of March 30 through April 3.

The following claims were filed:

--Gabriel Boser, a farmer, plasterer and latherer at various locations from 1956 until 2000, claims lung cancer. Boser is represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-326.

--Charles J. Childress ofIllinois, an auto mechanic, railroad laborer and carpenter at various locations from 1969 until 2000, claimsmesothelioma. Childress is represented by Andrew O'Brien, Christopher Thoron, Christina J. Nielson, Bartholomew J. Baumstark and Gerald J. FitzGerald of the O'Brien Law Firm inSt. Louis. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-342.

--Charles and Brenda Childress ofKentucky claim Charles Childressdeveloped mesothelioma after his work as a heavy equipment operator in the U.S. Air Force, assistant credit manager at Harrison Tire and Rubber Co., in-ground pool installer, welder's helper and as a member of the Bricklayers Union Local No. 2 inIndianapolis from 1959 until 2009. The Childresses are represented by Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-340.

--Isabelle Lesser of Pennsylvania claims Mesothelioma on behalf of her recently deceased husband, Gustav Lesser, who worked from 1936 until 1976 as a ship fitter at various locations. Isabelle Lesser is represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of Simmonscooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-323.

--Gladys Jean Martin ofKentucky claims lung cancer on behalf of her recently deceased husband, Roger Martin Sr., who worked as an automotive mechanic from 1971 until 2007. Gladys Jean Martin is represented by Elizabeth V. Heller and Robert Rowland of Goldenberg, Heller, Antognoli and Rowland in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-335.

--Velma and Roy Nabors ofGeorgia claim Velma Nabors developed mesothelioma after her work from 1959 until 2009 as a seamstress, painter, secretary, security guard and post master at various locations throughoutGeorgia. She was also exposed to asbestos fibers through her husband who worked from 1967 until 1986 as an appliance repairman inGeorgia. The Nabors are represented by Perry J. Browder, John A. Barnerd, Trent B. Miracle and John P. Wagner of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-344.

--Jacqueline Nelson of Washington claims mesothelioma on behalf of her deceased father, Tim Buckingham, who worked as a pipefitter and plumber at various locations throughout Washington, Utah, Illinois, Montana, Alaska, Indiana, Wyoming, Idaho, Kansas, California, Colorado and Minnesota from 1950 until 1989. Nelson is represented by G. Michael Stewart and Jill Price of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-330.

--Jimmy Lee Pearce of Indiana, a farmer, mechanic, laborer, operator, pumper, maintenance man and volunteer fireman at various locations throughoutIllinois andIndiana from 1956 until 2002, claims mesothelioma. Pearce is represented by John A. Barnerd and W. Brent Copple of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-338.

--Gilbert Pena ofArizona claims mesothelioma on behalf of his recently deceased sister, Cecilia Pena, who worked from 1958 until 1993 as a laborer, assembly line worker, laundry department worker and surgical technician at various locations throughoutArizona andCalifornia. Gilbert Pena is represented by Christopher R. Guinn, Christopher J. Levy, Perry J. Browder and John A. Barnerd of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-331.

--Larry and Jean Requardt ofTexas claim Larry Requardt developed lung cancer after his work as a machinist mate, painter, driver, trim carpenter, laborer, banker, owner of Aluminum Polishing and trim carpenter from 1958 until 2005 at various locations. The Requardts are represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-341.

--Betty Brown Sanders of Washington, a file clerk, nurse, homemaker and daycare operator at various locations from the 1960s until 2008, claims mesothelioma.Sanders is represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of SimmonsCooper. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-327.

--Mary Sue Seals of Texas claims mesothelioma on behalf of her recently deceased husband, Thelbert Seals, who worked as a truck driver, insurance salesman, store manager, electrician and project manager at various locations from 1948 until 1991. Mary Sue Seals is represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-324.

--Jack M. Senf and Betty Senf ofIllinois allege Jack M. Senf developed lung cancer after his work as a laborer in the U.S. Navy from 1948 until 1977 and as director of maintenance atFt.MadisonCommunitySchool District from 1978 until 1994. The Senfs are represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-319.

--Melissa Thomas ofNew Hampshire claims mesothelioma on behalf of her recently deceased husband, Paul B. Thomas, who worked from 1969 until 2008 as a welder, pipefitter, electrician and electronics technician at various locations. Melissa Thomas is represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-325.

--Patricia Winston ofWisconsin claims lung cancer on behalf of her recently deceased husband, Bobby J. Winston, who worked as a laborer at Chrysler and American Motors from 1971 until 2006. Patricia Winston is represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-339.

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Kentucky – Asbestos Trades –Mesothelioma Lawsuit

15 new asbestos claims filed inMadisonCountyMarch 30-April 3
4/27/2009 10:14 AM By Kelly Holleran 

A total of 15 new asbestos suits were filed in Madison County Circuit Court during the week of March 30 through April 3.

The following claims were filed:

--Gabriel Boser, a farmer, plasterer and latherer at various locations from 1956 until 2000, claims lung cancer. Boser is represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-326.

--Charles J. Childress ofIllinois, an auto mechanic, railroad laborer and carpenter at various locations from 1969 until 2000, claims mesothelioma. Childress is represented by Andrew O'Brien, Christopher Thoron, Christina J. Nielson, Bartholomew J. Baumstark and Gerald J. FitzGerald of the O'Brien Law Firm inSt. Louis. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-342.

--Charles and Brenda Childress ofKentucky claim Charles Childressdeveloped mesothelioma after his work as a heavy equipment operator in the U.S. Air Force, assistant credit manager at Harrison Tire and Rubber Co., in-ground pool installer, welder's helper and as a member of the Bricklayers Union Local No. 2 inIndianapolis from 1959 until 2009. The Childresses are represented by Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-340.

--Isabelle Lesser of Pennsylvania claims Mesothelioma on behalf of her recently deceased husband, Gustav Lesser, who worked from 1936 until 1976 as a ship fitter at various locations. Isabelle Lesser is represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of Simmonscooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-323.

--Gladys Jean Martin ofKentuckyclaims lung cancer on behalf of her recently deceased husband, Roger Martin Sr., who worked as an automotive mechanic from 1971 until 2007. Gladys Jean Martin is represented by Elizabeth V. Heller and Robert Rowland of Goldenberg, Heller, Antognoli and Rowland in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-335.

--Velma and Roy Nabors ofGeorgia claim Velma Nabors developed mesothelioma after her work from 1959 until 2009 as a seamstress, painter, secretary, security guard and post master at various locations throughoutGeorgia. She was also exposed to asbestos fibers through her husband who worked from 1967 until 1986 as an appliance repairman inGeorgia. The Nabors are represented by Perry J. Browder, John A. Barnerd, Trent B. Miracle and John P. Wagner of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-344.

--Jacqueline Nelson of Washington claims mesothelioma on behalf of her deceased father, Tim Buckingham, who worked as a pipefitter and plumber at various locations throughout Washington, Utah, Illinois, Montana, Alaska, Indiana, Wyoming, Idaho, Kansas, California, Colorado and Minnesota from 1950 until 1989. Nelson is represented by G. Michael Stewart and Jill Price of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-330.

--Jimmy Lee Pearce of Indiana, a farmer, mechanic, laborer, operator, pumper, maintenance man and volunteer fireman at various locations throughoutIllinois andIndiana from 1956 until 2002, claims mesothelioma. Pearce is represented by John A. Barnerd and W. Brent Copple of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-338.

--Gilbert Pena ofArizona claims mesothelioma on behalf of his recently deceased sister, Cecilia Pena, who worked from 1958 until 1993 as a laborer, assembly line worker, laundry department worker and surgical technician at various locations throughoutArizona andCalifornia. Gilbert Pena is represented by Christopher R. Guinn, Christopher J. Levy, Perry J. Browder and John A. Barnerd of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-331.

--Larry and Jean Requardt ofTexas claim Larry Requardt developed lung cancer after his work as a machinist mate, painter, driver, trim carpenter, laborer, banker, owner of Aluminum Polishing and trim carpenter from 1958 until 2005 at various locations. The Requardts are represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-341.

--Betty Brown Sanders of Washington, a file clerk, nurse, homemaker and daycare operator at various locations from the 1960s until 2008, claims mesothelioma.Sanders is represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of SimmonsCooper. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-327.

--Mary Sue Seals of Texas claims mesothelioma on behalf of her recently deceased husband, Thelbert Seals, who worked as a truck driver, insurance salesman, store manager, electrician and project manager at various locations from 1948 until 1991. Mary Sue Seals is represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-324.

--Jack M. Senf and Betty Senf ofIllinois allege Jack M. Senf developed lung cancer after his work as a laborer in the U.S. Navy from 1948 until 1977 and as director of maintenance atFt.MadisonCommunitySchool District from 1978 until 1994. The Senfs are represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-319.

--Melissa Thomas ofNew Hampshire claims mesothelioma on behalf of her recently deceased husband, Paul B. Thomas, who worked from 1969 until 2008 as a welder, pipefitter, electrician and electronics technician at various locations. Melissa Thomas is represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-325.

--Patricia Winston ofWisconsin claims lung cancer on behalf of her recently deceased husband, Bobby J. Winston, who worked as a laborer at Chrysler and American Motors from 1971 until 2006. Patricia Winston is represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-339.

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Kentucky – Asbestos Trades –Asbestos Mesothelioma Lawsuit

'Take home' liability could mean limitless liability for asbestos defendants
3/20/2009 12:28 PM By Staff Reports 

During a recent gathering of asbestos legal professionals, aBeverly Hills conference focused on one central theme in emerging litigation trends: a new generation of problems -- connected to the last -- will mean a new wave of cases against a new slate of defendants.

With more than three decades past since the peak of asbestos manufacturing and use in theU.S., the focus of lawsuits has shifted to what is often called "secondary exposure cases." These cases are filed on behalf of a new slate of plaintiffs, many a generation removed from those that comprised the height ofasbestos litigation in the late 1990s when hundreds of thousands of cases were filed each year.

Likewise, the defendants include new businesses, most at least a step removed from the manufacturers, shipyards and refineries already forced into bankruptcy under the weight of billions paid in legal settlements.

With many of the first wave of plaintiffs deceased, and the businesses they sued bankrupt, it is no surprise the vast industry of asbestos lawyers would now be uncovering new cases along previously un-trod trails.

One such trail emerging as a potential highway of asbestos cases is take home liability cases. Commonly, these plaintiffs include everyone from children and spouses of those who worked around asbestos, babysitters who entered the employee's home, or independent contractors who worked with products containing asbestos.

Texas plaintiff attorneyShepard Hoffman described one form of take home liability extending "to those who regularly and repeatedly came in to contact with employees' work clothing consistently over a period of time."

New York attorney JohnCanoni said defendants in these cases have taken notice, raising in court their serious concern over the "specter of limitless liability."

New cases, new plaintiffs

The legal war over how courts will interpret the limits and legal responsibility in take home liability cases is now pitched in state-by-state battles. Some states, likeWashington,Tennessee,New Jersey andLouisiana have ruled that companies have a duty to protect and warn those who may become exposed to asbestos beyond their own employees, according toChicago defense attorney Jonathon Lively.

Others, notably,New York,Georgia,Kentucky,Texas,Michigan andDelaware have ruled against such duty. Many states, includingIllinois - and in whichMadisonCounty continues to be one of the larger asbestos dockets in the country -- are still hearing the cases that will determine the eventual legal precedence.

The cases that are setting the stage offer a glimpse into the next generation of clients.

"The housewife is the number one occupation listed for those now contractingmesothelioma,"West Virginia plaintiff attorney AnneKearse said.

ATennessee case involved a woman who died at the age of 24 after being exposed to asbestos from her father's work clothes. The woman was born premature and spent three months in the hospital where her father would come and hold her every day on his way home from work,Lively said.

Another case involves a plaintiff who was exposed to asbestos as a child from wrestling around with his father after work.

Canoni cited one of the most recent cases, a ruling from the Delaware Supreme Court earlier this month. Lillian Riedel sued ICI Americas, Inc., her husband's employer for nearly 30 years, for failing to warn her of the dangers of asbestos exposure from her husband's clothing.

"Does the employer owe a duty of care to the injured party who they may or may not have ever known, nor ever employed?"Canoni said.

According to court documents, the court ruled against Riedel, grantingICI's request for summary judgment "on the basis that ICI and Mrs. Riedel did not share a legally significant relationship that would create a duty ICI owed to her."

But that legal victory of the defense inDelaware is offset by plaintiff victories along similar lines in other states, notablyWashington.

Lawyers G. William Shaw and Michael K. Ryan wrote, "In a pair of closely watched asbestos cases, theWashington Court of Appeals on January 29, 2007 greatly expanded the duty to warn in asbestos cases."

The twin rulings in favor of plaintiffs found that a product manufacturer whose products do not include any asbestos is still responsible for exposure if the normal use of the product would cause them to become exposed from another source.

The court ruling "may have a direct impact on defendant manufacturers whose products may have required the use of asbestos-containing products to function properly," they wrote, which in turn, greatly expands the company's duty to warn about the exposure to asbestos. The ruling also greatly increases the pool of defendants that can be named inWashington asbestos cases.

Potential liability in states where duty to warn is expanded could soon extend to babysitters, school teachers and neighbors who could have been exposed by someone who worked around asbestos, according to asbestos conference presenters. The number of businesses who could be sued in asbestos cases is also greatly expanded, even to the point of including "mom and pop stores," one presenter at the conference said.

The cases with extended duty to warn are cropping up in asbestos dockets across the country. A brief review of cases filed recently inMadisonCounty, shows the subtle shift to the next generation of plaintiffs.

For example, among the 13 cases filed inMadisonCounty in a single week in February, few are direct lawsuits on behalf of a sick worker suing a former employer. One such example involves a lawsuit filed by Christine Warner ofTennessee on behalf of her mother who developedmesothelioma during her work as a seamstress at House of Fashions inMemphis for more than 30 years.

But most are less specific as to when and where the person was exposed to asbestos, likely built on duty to warn case law.

Pat Montgomery ofKentucky claims he developedmesothelioma after helping his father on the family farm for six years during the 1950s. AnIllinois woman claimed in her suit filed inMadisonCounty that she developedmesothelioma after being exposed through her husband.

Defending the case

The most important steps in defending against take home liability often occur early on in how the case is framed by the courts, according to Lively. The duty to warn is often determined by whether the court sees the case as one of misfeasance, poor action to warn, or nonfeasance, no action to warn.

"How a case gets framed in front of the court is going to greatly determine how it is going to end up," Lively said during the asbestos conference.

TheDelaware ruling involving Lillian Riedel, Lively said, was an example of the court assessing the failure to warn as nonfeasance, essentially ruling they had no duty to warn her of the potential exposure from her husband's work clothes.

Other cases where courts have ruled the company had a duty to warn and acted poorly to do so have led to plaintiff victories, the case of the 24-year-old woman fromTennessee for example,Lively said.

The outcomes of these cases differ greatly from state to state.

Hoffman said that despite the changing nature of the cases, juries still focus on the plaintiff and the harm done to them.

"Juries want to find a way to help out a family," he said, arguing that plaintiff attorneys must simply show the "contributing factors to a person contractingmesothelioma," and "the basis to hold the initiating company responsible."

Companies knew the dangers of asbestos, even on clothing leaving the plant for decades, Hoffman said, citing examples of safety measures that were commonplace.

"A study in 1913 discusses worker safety, of the need for lockers and showers and a change of clothes for workers before going home," Hoffman said.

While defense attorneys often point to 1972, when OSHA issued protocols to be followed regarding asbestos exposure,Kearse said that premise can be challenged in court.

"There's a lot of information out before OSHA,"Kearse said, starting with a report in 1937 that talks about safety policies related to asbestos.

"It was known and knowable how dangerous this was to work with," she said. "West Virginia had regulations in place since 1951, but it was rarely followed, if at all."

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Kentucky – Asbestos Trades –Mesothelioma Lawsuit

25 new asbestos cases filed inMadisonCountyFeb. 23-27
3/5/2009 12:45 PM By Kelly Holleran

A total of 25 new asbestos suits were filed in Madison County Circuit Court during the week of Feb. 23 through Feb. 27.

The following claims were filed:

--Jean Angell ofTennessee, a knitter, clerical worker, teacher and receptionist at various locations from 1970 until 2008, claims mesothelioma. She is represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0174.

--Wilma Frances Boswell ofMissouri claims lung cancer. She claims she was exposed to asbestos fibers through her husband, who was a steel worker at Granite City Steel from 1958 until 1980. Boswell is represented by Elizabeth V. Heller and Robert Rowland of Goldenberg, Heller, Antognoli and Rowland in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0176.

--Jeaneen Boyd of Arizona claims mesothelioma on behalf of her deceased father, Jaward Boyd, Sr., who worked from 1967 until 2000 as a communication systems worker, manager, supervisor of operations and planning, insurance agent, relief supervisor, engineer technician, engineer tech supporter, staff engineer and customer service representative at various locations through Arizona and Texas. Jeaneen Boyd is represented by Christopher R. Guinn and Christopher J. Levy of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0168.

--Frank Bury ofIllinois, a drill operator, laborer and nail maker at various locations from 1945 until 1986, claims lung cancer. He is represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0162.

--Dewey and Brenda Cardwell ofNew Mexico claim Dewey Cardwell developed mesothelioma after his work from 1964 until 2008 as a mechanic, truck driver, laborer and salesman. Dewey Cardwell is represented by Shane F. Hampton, Paul M. Dix and Courtney Harashe of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0180.

--Glenna Combs of Michigan, a laborer for Enamelum from 1967 though 1968, an assembler atDeDoes from 1972 until 1989 and a laborer at Hughes Manufacturing from 1996 until 1997, claims mesothelioma. She claims she was also exposed to asbestos fibers through her father's work at Stainless Steel of America.Combs is represented by Elizabeth V. Heller and Robert Rowland of Goldenberg, Heller, Antognoli and Rowland in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0163.

--John Esayian ofWisconsin, a pin setter, janitor's helper, laborer, drafter, deaner and coroner at various locations throughoutIllinois from 1946 until 1997, claims mesothelioma. He was also exposed to asbestos fibers through his father, who worked as a core maker and laborer inMilwaukee from 1930 until 1967, according to the complaint. Esayian is represented by Nicholas J. Angelides of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0186.

--Frank Gallo ofCalifornia, a laborer, assembly line worker, grocery store manager, car salesman and car lot owner at various locations from 1954 until 2006, claims mesothelioma. He is represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 08-L-0175.

--John Gant ofTexas, a laborer and carpenter at various locations throughoutIllinois,Texas andMississippi from the 1950s until the 1990s, claims mesothelioma. Gant is represented by John A. Barnerd and Randy S. Cohn of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0187.

--Kathryn George ofWisconsin, a nurse, nurse's assistant and mail sorter at various locations from 1959 until 1992, claims mesothelioma. She is represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0173.

--Phyllis Gray ofIllinois claims colon cancer on behalf of her recently deceased husband, Billy W. Gray, who worked from 1953 until 1986 as a painter at various locations. Phyllis Gray is represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0172.

--Jill Halter ofVirginia claims mesothelioma on behalf of her recently deceased father, Edmund Milauckas, who worked from 1950 until 1995 as an engineer and consultant at various locations throughoutIllinois. Halter is represented by Brian J. Cooke and Drew Sealey of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0184.

--Marjorie Horsley ofKentucky claims mesothelioma on behalf of her recently deceased father, Donald Horsley, who worked from 1953 until 2008 as a maintenance worker, laborer, utility worker and owner of a grocery store at various locations. Marjorie Horsley is represented by Shane F. Hampton and Paul M. Dix of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0179.

--Mildred Jordan ofFlorida claims lung cancer on behalf of her recently deceased husband, Ernest Jordan, who worked from 1957 until 1978 as an electrician at various locations. Mildred Jordan is represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0171.

--Margaret Machingo ofVirginia claims mesothelioma on behalf of her recently deceased father, Wayne Cupp, who worked from 1967 until 1997 as a machinist at various locations. Machingo is represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0169.

--Dixie McPherson of Virginia claims her recently deceased husband, Edward McPherson, developed mesothelioma after his work as a laborer from 1944 until 1986. Dixie McPherson is represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0159.

--George Mikkola ofMassachusetts, a landscaper, computer system specialist and computer programmer from 1968 until 2008, claims mesothelioma. George Mikkola is represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0161.

-Peter and Erma Nikkila ofMissouri claim Peter Nikkila developed mesothelioma after his work as a laborer from 1957 until 2006. The Nikkilas are represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0183.

--Tom J. O'Connor ofIllinois claims his recently deceased father, John J. O'Connor, developed mesothelioma after his work as an engineer and general foreman from 1962 until 1980. Tom J. O'Connor is represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0158.

--Genevieve Robinson ofWashington claims her recently deceased husband, Alfred J. Robinson Jr., developed mesothelioma after his work from 1956 until 2004 as a roofer, riverter, carpenter, laborer, mechanic, machinist and engineer at various locations. Genevieve Robinson is represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of SimmonsCooper of East Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0160.

--Terry and Kay Stephens ofMichigan claim Terry Stephens developed mesothelioma after his work as a fireman, boiler tender, laborer, boiler, turbine operator and maintenance man at various locations throughoutIllinois,Indiana andMichigan. The Stephens are represented by John A. Barnerd of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0181.

--William Sternberger ofIndiana claims mesothelioma on behalf of his recently deceased wife, Geraldine Sternberger, who worked from 1960 until 1962 as a dental assistant. William Sternberger is represented by Robert Phillips and Perry J. Browder of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0170.

--Frances Tinsley ofMichigan, a postal worker, sterilizer, cleaning service worker, security guard and clerk from 1968 until this year, claims mesothelioma. She is represented by Christopher R. Guinn, Christopher J. Levy, Perry J. Browder and John A. Barnerd of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0157.

--Helen Wallace ofMissouri claims lung cancer on behalf of her recently deceased husband, Dale Edwin Wallace, who worked at Ford Motor, Olin Glass and McDonnel Douglas. Helen Wallace is represented by Elizabeth V. Heller and Robert Rowland of Goldenberg, Heller, Antognoli and Rowland in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0177.

--Therese Brown-Wright ofIndiana claims mesothelioma on behalf of her recently deceased husband, Larry Wright, who worked from 1966 until 2000 as a brakeman and laborer at various locations throughoutIllinois. Brown-Wright is represented by Nicholas J. Angelides of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0185.

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Kentucky – Asbestos Trades –Asbestos Mesothelioma Lawsuit

16 new asbestos claims filed Feb. 16-20 inMadisonCounty
2/26/2009 7:30 AM By Kelly Holleran

A total of 16 new asbestos suits were filed in Madison County Circuit Court during the week of Feb. 16 through Feb. 20.

The following claims were filed:

--Larry and Sharon Garvin ofTexas claim Larry Garvin developedmesothelioma after his work as a laborer in the U.S. Navy from 1957 until 1962, a trainman at Santa Fe Railroad in 1962 and a switchman at Katy Railroad from 1962 until 2000. The Garvins are represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0125.

--David W. Gauthier ofColorado, a laborer for U.S. Steel from 1970 until 1976, a laborer for ABI Contractor from 1974 until 1976, a laborer and mechanic operator for Chinook Pipeline from 1976 until 1985, an operator and foreman for Balnret Construction from 1985 until 1987 and an operator for Phoenix Demolition Company from 1995 until 2007, claims lung cancer. Gauthier is represented by Elizabeth V. Heller and Robert Rowald of Goldenberg, Heller, Antognoli and Rowland in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0133.

--Michael D. and Paulette Guye ofArizona claim Michael Guye developed mesothelioma after his work as a parts delivery person at a Ford dealership in 1963, as a laborer and join at the Newport New Shipbuilding and Drydock facility from 1963 until 1966, as a radiological technician from 1968 until 1971 and as a purchasing agent from 1972 until 2005. Michael Guye was also exposed to asbestos fibers through his father's work as a laborer and joiner from 1951 until 1966, according to the complaint. The Guyes are represented by Elizabeth V. Heller and Robert Rowland of Goldenberg, Heller, Antognoli and Rowland in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0124.

--Eileen Harry ofVirginia claims her recently deceased husband, Mark Harry, developed mesothelioma after his work from 1945 until 1997 as an engineer and a laborer at various locations throughoutIllinois,California andWashington. Eileen Harry is represented by John A. Barnerd and Amy E. Garrett of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0151.

--Christine Hartsock ofNorth Carolina claims her recently deceased husband, Randall Hartsock, developed mesothelioma after his work from 1970 until 1989 as a clerk and carpet and flooring installer at various locations throughoutIllinois,Pennsylvania andNorth Carolina. Christine Hartsock is represented by Christopher R. Guinn, Christopher J. Levy, Perry J. Browder and John A. Barnerd of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0145.

--Bobby Joe Holder ofIllinois, a caster, brass worker, furnace chipper and mold repairman from 1969 until 2008 at various locations throughoutIllinois, claims asbestosis. Holder is represented by John A. Barnerd and W. Brent Copple of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0135.

--Joyce Hunter ofIndiana claims lung cancer on behalf of her recently deceased husband, Paul Hunter, who was a steel mill laborer from 1964 until 1986. Joyce Hunter is represented by G. Michael Stewart and Jill Price of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0150.

--James Jump of Indiana, a cement mason and laborer from 1945 until 1998 at various locations throughoutIllinois,Alabama and Louisians, claims mesothelioma. Jump is represented by Christoher R. Guinn, Christopher J. Levy, Perry J. Browder and John A. Barnerd ofEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0144.

-Victor F. Nelson ofIllinois, a worker for the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy and for Construction Supply Retail at various locations throughoutIllinois from 1959 until 1994, claims mesothelioma. He is represented by Andrew O'Brien, Christopher Thoron, Christina J. Nielson, Bartholomew J. Baumstark and Gerald J. FitzGerald of the O'Brien Law Firm inSt. Louis. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0149.

--Wanda and Larry Paul ofOhio claims Wanda Paul developed mesothelioma after her work as a laborer at Owens Corning and as a laborer at Westinghouse from 1974 until 1986. The Pauls are represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0148.

--George O. Pursley ofOhio, who served in the U.S. Navy from 1940 until 1946, worked as a laborer at a lumber yard from 1948 until 1951, at theU.S. postal service from 1970 until 1989 and as a barber from 1951 until 1992, claims mesothelioma. Pursley is represented by Elizabeth V. Heller and Robert Rowland of Goldenberg, Heller, Antognoli and Rowland in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0134.

--Lynne Quintana ofColorado claims mesothelioma on behalf of her recently deceased husband, Jose Quintana, who worked from 1961 until 1995 as a laborer and pipefitter at various locations throughoutIllinois,Colorado,Oklahoma andMontana. She is represented by John A. Barnerd and Amy E. Garrett of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0152.

--James F. Ross ofTexas, a worker at Scott Air Force Base, a clutch replacer on several family cars, a building remodeler, a gas station owner and a brake and maintenance man, claims lung cancer. He is represented by James F. Kelly and Jeffery A.J. Miller of Brent Coon and Associates. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0147.

--Michael L. Stephens ofKentucky claims the recently deceased John M. Stephensdevelopedmesothelioma after his work from 1972 until 1993 in the U.S. Navy. Michael L. Stephens is represented by Richard L. Saville Jr., Ethan A. Flint and David J. Page ofAlton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0137.

--Patty L. Stuck of Missouri, a former cook at Kmart, an assistant and clerk typist at Central Assurety from 1959 until 1960, a wireman from 1961 until 1964, a cake supply seller, an ammo packer from 1981 until 2000 and a helper and sweeper in 1965, claims mesothelioma. Patty L. Stuck also was exposed to asbestos fibers through her deceased husband, Thomas Stuck, who worked as a machinist from 1965 until 1990 and as a shade tree mechanic from the 1950 until the 1970s, according to the complaint. Patty L. Stuck is represented by Randy L. Gori of Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton. W. Mark Lanier, Patrick N. Haines, R. Craig Bullock and J. Kyle Beale of The Lanier Law Firm inHouston will serve of counsel. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0129.

--Angela Thomas of Illinois claims her recently deceased mother, Francis Bates, developed mesothelioma after her work as a cashier at Huff Gas Stations-Phillips 66 in 2008, as a harness wirer from 2006 until 2007, as an order selector from 2002 until 2006, as a cab driver for City Cab Company from 2001 until 2002, as welder from the early 1960s until 2001, as a shade tree mechanic from the 1960s until the 1980s and as a carpenter and drywaller from 1968 until 1969. Thomas is represented by Randy L. Gori of Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton. W. Mark Lanier, Patrick N. Haines and R. Craig Bullock of The Lanier Law Firm inHouston will be serving of counsel. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0139.

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Kentucky – Asbestos Trades –Mesothelioma Lawsuit

13 new asbestos cases filed Jan. 26-30
2/12/2009 12:43 PM By Kelly Holleran

A total of 13 new asbestos suits were filed inMadisonCounty during the week of Jan. 26 through Jan. 30.

The following claims were filed:

--Lee and Betty Bowers ofKansas claim Lee developedmesothelioma after his work from 1962 until 2002 as a mechanic and truck driver at various locations throughoutIllinois. The Bowers are represented by Shane F. Hampton and Paul M. Dix of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0077.

--Leroy and Norma Clark ofFlorida claim Leroy developed mesothelioma after his work from 1951 until 1992 as a laborer, carpenter, forklift operator and foreman. The Clarks are represented by Shane F. Hampton and Paul M. Dix of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0066.

--Barbara Sue Dreher claims mesothelioma on behalf of her recently deceased husband, Norbert Dreher. Norbert Dreher worked as a carpenter throughoutIllinois,Missouri andKansas from 1960 until 1996, according to the complaint. Barbara Sue Dreher is represented by Perry J. Browder, John A. Barnerd and Trent B. Miracle of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0067.

--Leroy and Marjorie Ducommun ofNew Mexico claim Leroy developed multiple myeloma after serving in the U.S. Navy from 1944 until 1946 and after working as a pipefitter and welder from 1948 until 1985. The Ducommuns are represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0060.

--Carl and Denise Gold ofKentucky claim Carl developed mesothelioma after working as a boilerman for the U.S. Navy from 1966 until 1972. The Golds are represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0062.

--Patricia and Albert Lazowski ofIllinois claim Patricia developed mesothelioma after her work as a laborer from 1958 through the 1970s. She was also exposed to asbestos through her husband, who worked as a laborer for 23 years, according to the complaint. The Lazowskis are represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0063.

--Holger Lochheed ofTexas, hotel business owner, pilot, restaurant business owner and worker, assistant general manager, general manager and delivery truck driver from 1957 until 2007, claims mesothelioma. He is represented by Christopher R. Guinn, Christopher J. Levy, John A. Barnerd and Perry J. Browder of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0068.

--Walter Malisani of Colorado, a machinist apprentice, machinist and maintenance worker from 1954 until 2000 in Illinois, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Utah, Colorado, Washington, New Mexico, Texas, Arizona, Wyoming, Idaho, Indiana, Arkansas and Wisconsin, claims mesothelioma. He is represented by Timothy F. Thompson Jr. and Stephanie Lyons of SimmonsCooper inEast Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0054.

--Pat and Patricia Montgomery ofKentucky claim Pat developedmesothelioma after helping his father on a family farm from 1951 until 1957. He was also exposed to asbestos through his work as a laborer from 1958 until 1967, as a mechanic in 1964, as a plastic molder from 1967 until 1969, as a part-time laborer from 1969 until 1971, as a pipe fitter in 1971, as a mechanic and driller from 1972 until 1973, as a miner and mechanic from 1973 until 1974, as a mechanic and pipefitter from 1986 until 1999 and as a mechanical millwright from 1974 until 1982, according to the suit. Elizabeth V. Heller and Robert Rowland of Goldenberg, Heller, Antognoli and Rowland in Edwardsville will be representing them. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0059.

--Donald and Marlene Peters ofIllinois claim Donald Peters developed benzene related non-Hodgkins lymphoma through his work as a laborer from 1952 until 1992. The Peters are represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0056.

--Estill L. and Hessie Shepherd ofMichigan claim Estill developed lung cancer after his work as a molder from 1951 until 1961, as a laborer in the U.S. Army from 1952 until 1954, as a bartender from 1961 until 1963, as a laborer from 1963 until 1965 and as a welder and fabricator from 1964 until 1999. The Shepherds are represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates of Alton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0061.

-Christine Warner ofTennessee claims her recently deceased mother, Irene Marsh, developed mesothelioma because of her work as a sales and seamstress at House of Fashions inMemphis from 1959 until 1993. Marsh was also exposed to asbestos through her father's work on a farm from 1934 until 1945 and from his work as a lineworker for Firestone Tire and Rubber Company inMemphis from 1945 until 1952, according to the complaint. Marsh was further exposed to asbestos fibers through her husband, who worked as a plumber from 1952 until 1955 and as an assembly line worker and welder from 1955 until 1960, the suit states. Warner is represented by Elizabeth V. Heller and Robert Rowland of Goldenberg, Heller, Antognoli and Rowland in Edwardsville. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0055.

--Jane White ofMissouri claims mesothelioma on behalf of her recently deceased husband, Gary White. He worked from 1955 until 1965 as a boiler operator in the U.S. Navy, from 1965 until 1966 as a welder, from 1966 until 1971 as a laborer at B & H Transport, from 1971 until 1977 as a laborer at Import Auto Transport and from 1977 until 1991 as a laborer for his asphalt repair service, according to the complaint. The Whites are represented by Randy L. Gori and Barry Julian of Gori, Julian and Associates inAlton. Madison County Circuit Court case number: 09-L-0076.

http://www.madisonrecord.com/news/217376-13-new-asbestos-cases-filed-jan.-26-30

 
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Kentucky – Mesothelioma Cancer –$25.2 Million Mesothelioma Award

Jury Awards $25.2M inPhiladelphiaAsbestos Case

Thursday, March 20, 2008

 

APhiladelphia jury awarded $25.2 million in compensatory and punitive damages to one victim and an undisclosed amount to two others victims of cancer caused by asbestos exposure. The estate of JamesBaccus was awarded $25.2 million after requesting that the case haveKentucky law applied. While he worked around asbestos inPhiladelphia, it was alleged that the majority of his injuries occurred inKentucky while he worked for American Synthetic Rubber.Baccus’s case was the only to go to punitive damages. The other two cases estimated damages were $12.6 million but they clients settled before the liability phase.

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Kentucky – Asbestos Legislation – Mesothelioma

 

HOOSIERS DYING OF ASBESTOS EXPOSURE SAY LAW CHANGE IS NEEDED

By EricBradner
Updated Thursday, October 1, 2009

INDIANAPOLIS — Before she dies, Dorothy Kuykendall wants her day in court.

 

The 76-year-old fromTerre Haute was exposed to asbestos, a toxin that can lead to a deadly cancer calledmesothelioma, more than three decades ago when she handled the material regularly as a worker at the city’sGlas-Col Apparatus Co.

This April, she learned thatshe is dying of cancer. Even though she hasn’t handled asbestos since 1975, her doctors say that exposure is the cause.

“I didn’t know then that asbestos was dangerous, or that my work would one day cause me to have this awful cancer,” she said.

State statute gives Hoosiers only 10 years to file a lawsuit after contact with harmful materials. SinceIndiana doesn’t make an exception for those with latent diseases, she has no recourse.

Kuykendall can’t get workers’ compensation, and she can’t sue. Therefore, Medicare is on the hook for hundreds of thousands of dollars inmedical expenses as a result of her disease.

“My family and the taxpayers are paying for the actions of thecompany that sold asbestos and my former employer,” she said. “It’s just not fair.”

Kuykendall was part of a group of advocates who asked a panel of state lawmakers on Thursday topass legislation that would allow those who develop diseases caused by asbestos decades after being exposed to sue the companies responsible for the exposure.

Her voice cracked as she told the Commission on the Courts, an out-of-session study committee, of her disappointment that she won’t be able to take care of her husband, who is 89, until he dies. “He’s taking care of me,” she said. “And I wonder what will happen to him when I’m gone.

“I ask that you change the law to give people like us some hope,” she said.

Under currentIndiana law, those who are exposed tohazardous materials such as asbestos have up to 10 years to file a lawsuit.

However, asbestos diseases – most prominently,mesothelioma – can take much longer to develop, meaning that by the time the illness is discovered and diagnosed, the chance to take legal action has already passed.

Indiana is the only state that doesn’t have a law on the books allowing for exceptions for latent diseases, according to RussellSipes, an attorney who testified Thursday and who represents clients who suffer fromasbestos-related diseases.

The legislation he called for would maintain the state’s current 10-year window, but would carve out an exception that allows Hoosiers who are beyond that time frame to sue within two years of being diagnosed.

It’s an exception the General Assembly approved in 1989. However, a 2003 state Supreme Court ruling drastically altered the meaning of that law, rendering it essentially useless,Sipes said.

“It’s obvious – people who become ill never have a right to sue,” he said. “They become sick and often they die long after the time the Legislature has set for them to bring a cause of action to try to hold anyone responsible.”

One person who called for the new law was a state lawmaker himself.

Sen. John Waterman, R-Shelburn, told his colleagues that in the 1960s, he worked for a company that removed agingboilers fromhomes and businesses. He described a white cloud formed by asbestos surrounding him as he took a sledgehammer to theboilers.

“On the way out, the truck was never covered. You’d have awhite cloud of dust all the way out to the landfills,” he said. “A lot of friends I’ve worked with have passed since.”

The committee’s chairwoman, Rep. Linda Lawson, D-Hammond, said she expects her panel to recommend that the General Assembly pass a bill allowing for the two-year exemption for latent diseases during the 2010 session.

Tony Payton, a 63-year-oldLouisville,Ky. resident, told the committee that he and his family would be bankrupt if he had the misfortune of living just across theOhio River inIndiana. However, inKentucky, he went to court and won a settlement.

Payton had surgery to removecancer caused by asbestos, but this summer was told that the cancer has returned.

He said he was there to testify on behalf of a friend who was a member of the same union in the 1960s and 1970s, but like roughly one-third of that union’s members, lived in southernIndiana.

“I’m still here, still fighting, still alive, and today I’m here to speak for [my friend],” he said.

http://m.courierpress.com/news/2009/oct/01/hoosiers-dying-asbestos-exposure-say-law-change-ne/
 
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Kentucky - Rapid Installations Inc – Mesothelioma Verdict

 

Kentucky Jury Finds for Defense in Asbestos Suit

By KENNETH BRADLEY, ESQ., Andrews Publications Staff Writer

December 31, 2009 at 8:47am

 

A jury inJeffersonCounty,Kentucky., has returned a verdict in favor of Ford Motor Co. and Garlock Sealing Technologies following a trial in which a former millwright said he developed cancer from exposure to asbestos in insulation and gaskets.

The plaintiff intends to appeal the verdict, according to his attorney, Joe Satterley of Sales & Satterley inLouisville,Ky. He said the trial judge wrongly allowed Ford to introduce hearsay evidence and let Garlock substitute an expert witness at the last minute.

Plaintiff James Rehm worked as a millwright for Rapid Installations Inc. from September 1977 through March 1981 in theLouisville area. His work took him to various plants, including those owned by Ford, General Electric, International Harvester and Rohm & Haas.

Rehm's duties included tearing out insulated pipes and equipment and installing conveyor systems. He also said he removed thousands of gaskets while working as a millwright and identified Garlock as one of the gasket manufacturers.

After working for various elevator companies starting in 1981, Rehm retired in 2001 because ofhis mesothelioma, a fatal form of lung cancer linked to asbestos exposure.

Although he claimed not to have been exposed to asbestos while working as an elevator mechanic, records show he made a claim for such exposure against his last employer, Otis Elevator Co., according to Chris Massenburg of Swetman, Baxter & Massenburg inHattiesburg,Miss., who represented Garlock.

Massenburg said Garlock argued that Rehm had overwhelming exposure to amphibole asbestos from insulation and could have only received low-dose exposure from the chrysotile asbestos in gaskets.

Judge A.C. McKacy Chauvin of the Jefferson County Circuit Court allowed Ford to admit evidence from newspaper articles that contradicted Rehm's testimony as to when he worked at the Ford plant, according to Massenburg.

Satterley said the newspaper evidence was hearsay and will form one of the bases for the plaintiff's appeal.

The jury took less than an hour to return a verdict in favor of both Garlock and Ford.

Massenburg said the plaintiff asked the jury to award more than $20 million, including punitive damages.

Rehm reached many confidential settlements with other parties, according to Satterley.

The plaintiff called as expert witnesses William Ewing, a certified industrial hygienist fromKennesaw,Ga.; Ronald Dodson, a cell biologist fromTyler,Texas; Samuel Hammar, a pathologist fromBremer,Wash.; and William Baldwin, an economist fromLexington,Ky.

Garlock called Donna Ringo, a certified industrial hygienist fromLouisville, and James Crapo, a pulmonologist fromDenver.

Ford called epidemiologist Robert Morgan fromAiken,S.C.

To comment, ask questions or contribute articles, contact West.Andrews.Editor@ThomsonReuters.com.

The plaintiff was represented by Joe Satterley and Kenneth Sales of Sales & Satterley in Louisville.Garlock was represented by Chris Massenburg of Swetman, Baxter & Massenburg inHattiesburg,Miss., and Max Swetman of the firm'sNew Orleans office.Ford was represented by Byron Miller and Adam Shadburne of Thompson Miller & Simpson inLouisville.


Rehm et al. v. Navistar International Corp. et al., No. 01-CI-01344, verdict returned (Ky. Cir. Ct.,JeffersonCountyAug. 17, 2009).
Asbestos Litigation Reporter
Volume 31, Issue 24
09/16/2009
 
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Kentucky - Mesothelioma Death

Philadelphia Asbestos Verdict - $25.2 million

The Legal Intelligencer – March 20, 2008

The Legal Intelligencer reports that after a reverse-bifurcated trial, aPhiladelphia jury awarded $25.2 million in compensatory and punitive damages to compensate for malignant mesothelioma deaths. Plaintiffs in the three cases requestedKentucky law; two settled after the compensatory damage phase. According to plaintiffs’ attorneys,Kentucky law ultimately permitted the jury to award higher punitive damages than it could underPennsylvania law. Here’s an excerpt:

His case,Baccus v. Crane Co., was brought against the Crane Co., John Crane and Yarway, a company. The defendants sought to haveKentucky law apply to the jury's findings inBaccus and the judge agreed. The jury had previously awarded $7 million in compensatory damages to Baccus and apportioned liability in the amount of 45 percent against John Crane, 35 percent against Crane Co. and 20 percent against Yarway, Shein said.

The jury, applyingKentucky law, also found Yarway and Crane Co. "grossly negligent for failure to warn of the dangers of asbestos in reckless disregard of the safety of others," Shein said. The jurors assessed $11.9 million in punitive damages against Crane Co. and $6.3 million against Yarway.

Shein said this is the first case inPhiladelphia he has seen in more than 20 years in which a jury awarded punitive damages in an asbestos case. He said the standard for applying such damages in an asbestos case inPennsylvania is "much, much higher." He saidPennsylvania usually defers the finding of punitive damages until later in the case whereasKentucky law instructs the court to do it sooner.

The defendants, Shein said, wanted to applyKentucky law because it uses an apportioned liability standard in which each of the defendants, even those who previously settled, are given an individual portion of liability. ThePennsylvania model is more akin to "in for a penny, in for a pound," Shein said, in which each defendant splits the damages equally.

"The thing kind of backfired on them because the jury held all of the settled defendants zero-percent responsible," he said.

The defendants that settled before the compensatory damages phase of the trial were Ingersoll Rand, THAN, IMO/DeLaval, Westinghouse, OwensIllinois and Goulds Pumps.

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