Court Affirms $1.29M Award, Rejects Characterization Of 'Any Exposure' Testimony

PHILADELPHIA - A welding rod defendant mischaracterizes an expert's careful consideration of the potential causes of a man's lung cancer and resulting conclusion that it arose from asbestos exposures as the "any exposure" theory, a Pennsylvania appeals court held Sept. 5 (Helen Campbell, et al. v. A.W. Chesterton Inc., Hobart Brothers Co., No. 2005 EDA 2012).

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