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Plaintiffs claimed that their decedent contracted asbestosis and pleural plaques as a result of occupational to asbestos-containing products while employed as an insulator between 1960 and 1996. Plaintiffs dismissed P&S Client, a manufacturer of fibrous adhesive, for a mutual waiver of costs.
Reduced Monies Owed
Plaintiff alleged she developed chronic hypersensitivity pneumonitis as a result of occupational exposures to various chemicals and machines used for packaging produce while working as a trimmer. Plaintiff dismissed P&S client, a supplier of welding tips, for a de minimis amount.
Plaintiff alleged that she sustained pulmonary problems as a result of exposures to diacetyl and other compounds used in natural and artificial butter flavorings for popcorn. Plaintiff dismissed, without prejudice, two P&S clients because plaintiffs had an identical action pending in federal district court in Iowa, and were doing nothing more than forum shopping.
Plaintiffs alleged that decedent developed mesothelioma as a result of exposure to asbestos containing products while working with and around cooling towers. Plaintiff dismissed P&S client for a mutual waiver of costs after discovery affirmed lack of product identification.
Plaintiff contended that he developed psychosis as a result of exposure to manganese while working as a jewelry maker from 2000 to 2008. P&S negotiated a confidential resolution on behalf of P&S client, a manufacturer of German milled tungsten vanadium steel rotary drilling/filing/designing tools.
Plaintiffs alleged that their decedent developed pancreatic cancer as a result of occupational exposure to benzene while working as a painter. P&S represented three different manufacturers of paint products allegedly used at decedent's place of employment. The trial court quashed service of two of the P&S Clients and sustained, without leave to amend, the demurrer by the third P&S Client.
Reduced Monies Owed
Defended general contractor in Federal court in Sacramento in action concerning alleged defects in warehouse, resolved claims of in excess of $4 million for less than $1.5 million.
Obtained Favorable Ruling
Plaintiffs contend that their decedent developed heart disease, cirrhosis of the liver, and kidney disease as a result of occupational exposure to chemicals while working as a laborer between 1973 and 1985. P&S represented a manufacturer of a process oil that is typically used in the rubber, paper, and chemical industries. The trial a motion for judgment on the pleadings filed by P&S on behalf of the client.
Plaintiffs alleged that their decedent, a telephone repairman, sustained non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (chronic lymphocytic leukemia/small B-cell lymphoma) as a result of exposure to benzene from chemicals products used in conjunction with soldering of circuit boards. Plaintiffs dismissed P&S Client, a manufacturer of an aerosol silicon conformal coating for mutual waiver of costs.
Plaintiffs alleged that decedent died from mesothelioma as a result of his exposure to asbestos containing products while serving in the U.S. Navy. Plaintiffs dismissed P&S client for a mutual waiver of costs after P&S filed a motion for summary judgment.
Plaintiff alleged that he developed mesothelioma as a result of occupational exposure to asbestos-containing products during his employment as janitor between the 1960s and 1980s. Plaintiffs dismissed P&S Client, a manufacturer of boilers, for a mutual waiver of costs.
Successfully Negotiated a Dismissal
Successfully negotiated the dismissal of a plumbing contractor sued in Riverside County Superior Court after extensive plumbing systems and pipes failed due to ongoing degradation and corrosion at a 1,084 unit residential complex.