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$9 Million Mesothelioma Cancer Verdict Against Dow Chemical

This is a settlement for the Asbestos Mesothelioma lawsuit.

Dallas, TX: A $9 million asbestos cancer verdict has been awarded to the family of the late Robert Henderson, who died from asbestos mesothelioma as a result of asbestos exposure. Mr. Henderson spent much of his career working around asbestos-containing products.

Henderson worked at Dow Chemical as a contract employee, where he was exposed as a bystander to Dow insulators, which contained asbestos. Dow Chemical is one of the largest chemical manufacturing plants in the world, and employs thousands of people who may have been exposed to asbestos in the air as bystanders. In 1968, Dow Chemical wrote, 'any death due to mesothelioma would be considered due to asbestos exposure.'

Henderson is survived by his wife Tanya Henderson and daughters Adrienna and Za'Quoia.

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Published on Mar-18-11


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