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Verdicts & Settlements

Over $400 million recovered for asbestos victims and their families in this region alone.

Before you compare that figure to a number quoted by other law firms, remember, our total represents what we’ve recovered for people in our region alone. So, while we don’t have as many clients, the amount we recover for each is a great point of pride.

Recent mesothelioma verdicts and settlements

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 46
Monies to date: In excess of $10 million

The victim was exposed to asbestos while working with and around automotive brakes, clutches and gaskets as a car enthusiast and amateur mechanic throughout his teenage and adult life.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 38
Monies to date: In excess of $10 million

The victim was exposed to her father’s work clothes from laundering and coming into contact with them. Her father was an automobile and truck mechanic who worked with and around asbestos brakes, clutches and gaskets.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 53
Monies to date: $8.925 Million

The victim was exposed to asbestos brought home on his father’s work clothes. The victim’s father was a welder at a shipyard.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 51
Monies to date: $8.6 million

The victim was exposed to asbestos while working as a laborer and lab technician at an asbestos manufacturing plant.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 71
Jury verdict: $8.6 million

The victim was exposed to asbestos cement pipe and equipment while working as an engineer building water and sewer treatment plants.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 45
Monies to date: $7.1 million

The victim was exposed to asbestos while working as a pipefitter/steamfitter for a power utility company.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 56
Monies to Date: $6 million

The victim was employed as a laborer, pipefitter and fireman for J.J. Skelly at the B.P. Oil Refinery in Trainer, PA where he was exposed to asbestos materials such as gaskets and packing on pumps, valves, boilers and steam traps.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 64
Jury Verdict: $6 million

The victim was exposed to asbestos while serving in the United States Navy as a fireman and boilertender.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 56
Monies to date: $5.7 million

The victim was exposed to asbestos while employed at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard as a foundry worker, pipefitter and pipefitter instructor.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 69
Monies to date: $5.7 million

The victim was exposed to asbestos while working for many years in a family owned plumbing business. He worked with asbestos containing materials such as gaskets, packing and furnace cement and equipment which required asbestos such as boilers, pumps, valves and steam traps.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 61
Jury Verdict: $5.65 million

The victim was exposed to asbestos while employed as a laborer and pipefitter apprentice at a naval shipyard.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 65
Monies to date: $5.63 million

The victim was exposed to asbestos while employed by Bethlehem Steel Corp. as a mold yard stripper, melter, and department engineer working with asbestos hot tops, refractory, gasket and pipe covering materials.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age:55
Monies to date: $5.25 million

The victim was exposed to asbestos from laundering and coming into contact with her husband’s work clothes. Her husband worked as a tank craftsman at a local trucking company.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 69
Monies to date: $5.2 million

The victim worked as a plumber/pipefitter out of Plumbers’ Union Local 690. He worked with and around asbestos gaskets, packing, furnace cement and insulated pipe. He also worked on pumps, valves and boilers which required asbestos materials to operate properly.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 55
Jury Verdict: $4.8 million

The victim was a self-employed general contractor who was exposed to asbestos building materials at construction sites.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 66
Monies to Date: $4.6M

The victim was exposed to asbestos while serving in the United States Navy aboard the USS Taconic as a machinist mate and then was employed by Philadelphia Electric Company (PECO) as a steam heat operator.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 66
Monies to date: $4.62 million

The victim was exposed to asbestos while performing renovations, remodeling and repairs to his home. He worked with asbestos containing construction products such as caulk, glaze, joint compound, roofing materials, floor tile and furnace cement

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 60
Monies to Date: $4.4 million

The victim performed residential and commercial construction work in southeastern Pennsylvania and southern New Jersey. He also worked as a steamfitter out of Local 420 on boilers, pumps, steam traps and valves at refineries and other industrial facilities.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 47
Monies to date: $4.2 million

The victim was exposed to asbestos while he performed home repairs and maintenance as a teenager and adult.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 54
Monies to date: $4.1 million

The victim was exposed to asbestos while working as a custodial and maintenance worker at a public high school.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 63
Monies to date: $4.1 million

The victim was a self-employed and union carpenter.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 64
Monies to date: $4.1 million

The victim worked as a residential and commercial plumber and as a laborer at a municipal utility company.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 61
Monies to date: $4.1 million

The victim was the daughter of a union pipefitter/steamfitter who was exposed to asbestos while helping wash her father’s asbestos-covered work clothes.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 76
Jury Verdict: $4 million

The victim was exposed to asbestos while serving in the United States Navy as a machinist mate, in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers as a marine oiler and while working as a boiler plant operator at a naval shipyard.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 64
Jury Verdict: $4 million

The victim was exposed to asbestos while working as an automobile mechanic at a service station and as a marine machinist at a naval shipyard.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 54
Jury Verdict: $3.8 million

The victim was exposed to asbestos while working as a dock worker at a trucking company loading and unloading asbestos products.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 70
Monies to date: $3.7 million

The victim was exposed to asbestos while performing general construction and floor covering installation and removal.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 67
Monies to date: $3.6 million

The victim was exposed to asbestos while serving in the United States Naval Reserves as a fireman onboard the USS Newport News.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 77
Monies to date: $2.9 million

The victim was exposed to asbestos while working as an asbestos ceiling tile installer.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 83
Monies to Date: $2.9M

The victim was exposed to asbestos while employed as a welder and maintenance supervisor at a paper mill, PH Glatfelter Company, in Spring Grove, PA.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 83
Monies to date: $2.7 million

The victim was exposed to asbestos while employed by a construction company in southern New Jersey as a plumbing and heating installer and repairman.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 62
Verdict: $2.5 million

The victim was employed as a boilermaker at the Philadelphia Naval Shipyard where he was exposed to asbestos materials and equipment on board naval ships.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 84
Monies to date: $2.4 million

The victim was a union carpenter.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 78
Verdict: $2.3 million

The victim was exposed to asbestos while employed at E.I. DuPont Chambers Works facility in Deepwater, New Jersey as a sheet metal mechanic.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 61
Monies to Date: $2.25 million

The victim was the wife of a maintenance mechanic in southeastern Pennsylvania who washed her husband’s asbestos-covered work clothes.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 72
Monies to Date: $1.7M

A deceased factory worker’s wife and family were awarded $1.7 million in what was the first asbestos case tried against an employer in the Keystone State.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 86
Monies to date: $1.35 million

The victim was a self-employed carpenter and general contractor.

Injury: Mesothelioma
Age: 53

The victim was exposed to asbestos while assisting his mother in laundering his father’s work clothes. The victim’s father was employed at CertainTeed Corporation’s asbestos cement pipe plant in Ambler, Pennsylvania. The victim also played on CertainTeed’s contaminated dump site, which was located directly across from the manufacturing plant.

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