Judge: Asbestos Case Lacks Frequent, Regular, Proximate Exposures

Judge: Asbestos Case Lacks Frequent, Regular, Proximate Exposures

PHILADELPHIA - Insufficient evidence exists to support the conclusion that a man suffered frequent, regular and proximate exposure to asbestos, a Pennsylvania federal judge held Dec. 3 in granting summary judgment to four companies (Jammie C. Tyndall, et al. v. Armstrong International Inc., et al., No. MDL 875, 10-67428, E.D. Pa.).

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