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Pennsylvania man files asbestos exposure complaint

By Ben Hart | Feb 24, 2014


A Pennsylvania man is suing his former employers, claiming asbestos exposure.


Milton M. Schuster Sr. filed a lawsuit Feb. 12 in the Philadephia County Court of Common Pleas against CBS Corporation, Crane Company, Foster-Wheeler Corporation, General Electric Company, General Electric Co. Switchgear Department, General Electric Capital Corporation, General Electric Capital Corporation, Goulds Pumps Inc., Honeywell International, also known as Allied Signal, Ingersoll-Rand Company, John Crane, Houdaille Inc., John Crane Inc., Owens-Illinois Inc., Union Carbide Corporation and Warren Pumps Inc., citing asbestos exposure.

Schuster alleges he was exposed to asbestos while working as a machinist with or around products manufactured and distributed by the defendants from 1954 through 1985. The suit alleges Schuster was diagnosed on Dec. 12, 2013, as having asbestos-related lung cancer, as a direct result of his exposure to asbestos.

He is being represented in the case by attorneys Michael B. Leh and Melanie J. Garner.

Philadelphia County Court Case No. 140201290.

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