Personal injury attorney Cherie Peterson provides comments to The Buffalo News for an article reporting on a $2.25 million award for the estate of a Niagara Falls man who died from asbestos exposure.
The Buffalo News reports that a jury ordered a St. Louis-based supplier of industrial control valves and control systems to pay the estate of a former Hooker Chemical repairman $2.25 million after the man died of cancer. The jury found that the supplier acted recklessly and disregarded the Niagara Falls worker’s health, contributing to his asbestos related death.
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