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Ross, et al v. A.O. Smith Corporation, et al
$6.8M awarded in a Massachusetts mesothelioma trial to the family of a Boston letter carrier who was exposed to asbestos in high school
A Boston jury has handed down a verdict of $6.8 million dollars to the family of a local postal worker against New England Insulation (NEI). Timothy Ross, who worked as a part-time insulator when he was in middle and high school and for several years as a young man, was exposed to asbestos dust while repairing and replacing asbestos insulation on boilers, hot water tanks, and pipes in the Boston area. As a result, Mr. Ross was diagnosed with the asbestos-related cancer, mesothelioma, in late 2012 and died from his disease nine months later. This is the second asbestos verdict against NEI in Massachusetts within a week that Plaintiffs’ counsel has obtained.
September 29, 2017
$6.8 million total award
Civil Action No. 13-5580; Ross et al v. New England Insulation Company
Trial length: 7 days Deliberation Length: 7 hours
Middlesex County Superior Court, Common Wealth of Massachusetts
Hon. Heidi E. Brieger, presiding
David Christiani, MD, MPH occupational doctor
Kyle Dotson, CIH from northern CA
Waters & Kraus, LLP (Dallas)
Thornton Law Firm (Boston) (co-counsel)
Disclaimer – Results obtained depend on the facts of each case. Award amounts are not actual cash amounts received by plaintiffs. Deductions are made for offsets, liens, attorney fees and expenses.
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