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$7.5 Million for Construction Worker

In the 1970s and 1980s a construction worker helped install underground water and sewer lines in California. This was his regular job, the way he made a living and fed his family. The lines included pipes manufactured with asbestos. Using asbestos meant the pipes would be easier to make and cheaper to produce (increasing profit…

$2 Million for Asbestos Exposure as a Teenager

Weitz & Luxenberg has reached a settlement in a major asbestos case, achieving an extremely favorable result for a recent mesothelioma client. This result follows in the footsteps of several other mesothelioma cases in which Weitz & Luxenberg has earned its clients substantial verdicts and settlements. Leonard Feldman spearheaded the effort, leading a team whose…

$22 Million Verdict Against Goodyear

On June 21, Weitz & Luxenberg, P.C., the nation’s premier asbestos law firm, was victorious in an asbestos-related lung cancer trial against defendants, The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company and Goodyear Canada. After a five- week jury trial in New York State Supreme Court, the jury returned a verdict on behalf of both Weitz & Luxenberg clients,…

$3.8 Million for NY Boilermaker

A retired boilermaker from New York who was diagnosed with asbestos lung cancer chose Weitz & Luxenberg asbestos attorneys to obtain compensation from the asbestos companies that recklessly exposed him to asbestos. To date, Weitz & Luxenberg asbestos lawyers have secured about $3,800,000 in settlement proceeds. Exposed to Asbestos Decades Ago The man was first…

$5.5 Million in Asbestos Factory Deaths

A McLean County, Illinois jury awarded three widows $5.5 million in a lawsuit alleging their husbands were exposed to asbestos at a Bloomington factory. The men, Merlon Dukes, Bob Blessing and John Watkins, worked at Union Asbestos & Rubber Co., later called UNARCO Industries Inc., during the 1950s and 1960s. All three workers died of…

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