Judge Dismisses Claims Under Louisiana Liability Act In Benzene Injury Case

Judge Dismisses Claims Under Louisiana Liability Act In Benzene Injury Case

NEW ORLEANS - Having earlier excluded the opinions of a plaintiff's expert regarding concentrations of benzene in paints to which the plaintiff was exposed, as well as the duration of exposure, a Louisiana federal judge on Dec. 4 dismissed claims under the Louisiana Products Liability Act (LPLA) against the last remaining defendant (Craig Moore, et al. BASF Corporation, et al.,  No. 11-1001 E.D. La.; 2012 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 171816). View a complimentary copy of the opinion in the pdf attached below.

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