Other Asbestos Cancer

A jury awarded $1,083,000 to Merle Sandy, a 60–year–old retired pipefitter suffering from asbestos pleural disease, asbestosis and colon cancer caused by his on–the–job exposure to asbestos.
( Merle Sandy v. Exxon Mobil Corporation , 2006, Case No. 324212, San Francisco Superior Court, California)

  • San Francisco Jury Awards $1,083,000 in Asbestos Cancer Case

    A jury awarded $1,083,000 to Merle Sandy, a 60–year–old retired pipefitter suffering from asbestos pleural disease, asbestosis and colon cancer caused by his on–the–job exposure to asbestos. ( Merle Sandy v. Exxon Mobil Corporation , 2006, Case No. 324212, San Francisco Superior Court, California)
  • San Francisco Jury Delivers Verdict of $3.4 Million in Colon Cancer Asbestos Trial

    A San Francisco jury delivered a plaintiff’s verdict of over $3.4 million for Ralph Pierce, a 70–year old retired machine operator and supervisor suffering from colon cancer from his on–the–job exposure to asbestos products. ( Ralph Pierce v. Certainteed Corporation. , 2005, Case No. 408642, San Francisco Superior Court, California)
  • Colon Cancer/Lymphoma Victim Prevails in Washington Asbestos Case

    A millwright who was exposed to asbestos–containing insulation at his job site contracted non–Hodgkin’s lymphoma and colon cancer. A Seattle jury returned a verdict of over $1.5 million against a leading pipe and boiler insulation contractor. ( Ray Sundberg v. ACandS, Inc. et al., 2001, Case No. 21756–0, King County Superior Court, Oregon)