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Asbestos related death leads to claim for 7.8 million

A family is suing several 38 companies or corporations in a wrongful death suit. They are claiming over $7.8 million after the plaintiff's husband/father died from asbestos related disease. He had worked for several companies where asbestos was involved. The family claims that the companies deliberately tried to hide the truth about asbestos and its effects.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by Tribune Review

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About: Asbestos related death leads to claim for 7.8 million

Date: 16 October 2004

Source: Tribune Review

Author: Tom Yerace


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