New York Justice Finds Sufficient Evidence Of Man's Work Around Valves On Ship

New York Justice Finds Sufficient Evidence Of Man's Work Around Valves On Ship

NEW YORK - A man's failure to name a valve company is not fatal where blueprints indicate that its product was aboard a ship on which the man served and no evidence suggests that the valves were replaced, a New York justice held in an opinion filed Dec. 13 (Robert Engle Sr. and Linda Engle v. Air & Liquid Systems Corp., et al., No. 190172/11, N.Y. Sup., New York Co.).

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