Tennessee Jury Hands Honeywell Defense Verdict In Friction-Exposure Asbestos Case

(September 24, 2015, 12:15 PM EDT) -- CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. — A Tennessee jury on Sept. 17 returned a defense verdict in a case alleging exposure to asbestos during contract work at a Honeywell International Inc. predecessor’s brake-manufacturing facility, sources told Mealey Publications (Nancy Harriss, et al. v. Honeywell International Inc., No. 14C771, Tenn. Cir., Hamilton Co.).

Nancy Harriss sued numerous companies whose conduct allegedly exposed Edward Catlett to asbestos, leading to his death from mesothelioma, sources said. The decedent allegedly suffered exposure while performing contract work for Honeywell International Inc. predecessor Bendix Corp....
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