Mesothelioma Lawsuit Recently Filed in California (800)611-7080: A Mesothelioma Lawsuit from the county Alameda was recently filed on behalf of Michael and Carol Schalla against various defendants including over a dozen corporations. Michael Schalla alleged exposure to asbestos through multiple jobsites including a naval training center, automotive repair and construction sites in the Los Angeles County. This exposure to asbestos took place between the years of 1970-1976. His Mesothelioma Lawsuit complaint alleges negligence and careless research and design by the defendants. For more specific information about this Mesothelioma Lawsuit, read below. If you would like to talk to a representative about filing your own Mesolthelioma Lawsuit, dial (800) 611-7080.
Many individuals are suffering from Mesothelioma cancer. Mesothelioma Lawsuit cases began occurring because the disease is preventable; it is only contracted through exposure to asbestos fibers. Jobsites and employers have exposed their employees to these dangerous fibers over the past several decades. Mesothelioma can remain dormant or go undiagnosed for years before the patient is aware of their illness. This is why some current Mesothelioma Lawsuit cases are against former employers from the 1970s and 1980s.
Michael Schalla’s Mesothelioma Lawsuit highlights the foreseeable knowledge of the asbestos defendants, their failure to provide adequate warning of the mesothelioma cancer risk and their liability for failure to test and inspect their products.
Michael Schalla’s work involved handling and repairing asbestos and asbestos-containing products. His Mesothelioma Lawsuit claim states that the Mesothelioma Lawsuit defendants each had reasonably foreseeable knowledge of the danger involved when working with these materials.
As a result of negligence and disregard to ordinary care on the part of the Mesothelioma Lawsuit defendants, the plaintiff suffered severe, permanent malignant injuries and contracted the terminal mesothelioma cancer. Upon conclusion of this recent Mesothelioma Lawsuit, the plaintiff prays for judgment regarding damages, medical expenses, loss of income and loss of care, comfort and society for Mr. Schalla’s wife, Carol.