Mesothelioma is a form of lung cancer where the cells of the mesothelium become abnormal resulting in cancerous tumors. This happens predominantly due to the asbestos exposure especially for workers at the shipyards, powerhouses, plants and construction sites at Denver. There are many famous lawsuits which has lead to huge amounts of the compensation to the victims. This compensation is offered to them by the employers as the Denver companies which were involved in manufacturing, selling and installing asbestos products were aware of its hazards but did not bother to warn protect their workers.
Craig Powerhouse in Denver CO has led to asbestos exposure cancer. This asbestos company was aware of the dangers of asbestos but continued to manufacture it. This deadly asbestos was used in many buildings and workplaces. It was also used in Craig Powerhouse exposing many workers to asbestos which could lead to mesothelioma.
Likewise, a former factory worker in Bloomington, Illinois got a compensation of $17.85 million from the jury. Her attorney, Jayne Menssen, fought for her case and proved that she got the disease from asbestos exposure while she worked as a secretary at Union Asbestos and Rubber Co., later called Unacro Industries Inc., from 1967 to 1969.
The lawsuit charged that Pneumo Abex LLC and Honeywell International Inc., and their corporate predecessors were aware of the asbestos exposure in the plant but neglected to inform the employees and customers. The compensation was $3.5 million against both defendants, as well as punitive damages of $4.37 million against Pneumo Abex and $10 against Honeywell.