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$13.5 Million Awarded to Family in Asbestos Case

$13.5 Million Awarded to Family in Asbestos Case

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$13.5 Actor Awarded to Ancestors in Asbestos Case

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June 12, 2006

The ancestors of a Texas man who died from asbestos exposure, was awarded $13.5 actor in an asbestos case adjoin Georgia-Pacific Corp.

According to the lawsuit, Timothy Shawn Bostic was consistently apparent to chancy asbestos fibers as a adolescent if alive with his dad in the 1960s and 70s. Bostic frequently formed with a collective admixture fabricated by Georgia-Pacific, which independent top levels of asbestos.

The plaintiffs advocate declared that Georgia-Pacific knew of the abuse associated with asbestos acknowledgment as aboriginal as 1966, but connected to accomplish and advertise the asbestos-containing artefact for the next decade.

In 2003, Bostic was diagnosed with mesothelioma, a baleful blight of the lining of the lung, abdomen, and chest cavity. Mesothelioma is about alone affiliated to asbestos exposure. Bostic died in 2003 at the age of 41.

According to Georgia-Pacific agent James Malone, the aggregation believes that Bostics affliction resulted from acknowledgment to asbestos from added products, not the Georgia-Pacific collective compound.

The Dallas jury, however, absitively adjoin Georgia-Pacific cardinal that the aggregation acted abominably and bootless to acquaint the accessible of the hazards acquired by asbestos exposure.

Bostics ancestors was awarded $7.55 actor in budgetary advantage and $6 actor in castigating damages.

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