New York High Court: Tobacco Plaintiffs Have No Claim For Monitoring

New York High Court: Tobacco Plaintiffs Have No Claim For Monitoring

ALBANY, N.Y. - Ruling on questions certified to it by a federal appeals court, a divided panel of New York's highest court on Dec. 17 said the failure to assert an existing injury dooms plaintiffs' claims for medical monitoring to detect smoking-induced cancer (Marcia L. Caronia, et al. v. Philip Morris USA, Inc., No. 227, N.Y. App.).

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