$12.6 Million To Help Compensate for Grief
Victim: Navy Yard Worker
Injury: Deadly Cancer
Verdict: $12.6 Million
Lawyers: Robert J. Gordon,
Donald I. Marlin
Asbestos. A man died of asbestos-related cancer which he contracted while employed at a navy yard using materials manufactured by an insulation company. As Robert J. Gordon of Weitz & Luxenberg and fellow attorney Donald I. Marlin argued, the company was aware of the dangers of exposure to asbestos but failed to inform workers. Several other people settled their lawsuits before trial. Our client won $12,600,000 in a verdict. If you have been injured, find out if you deserve compensation too. Fill out this short form for your free legal review.
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