New York Power Company To Pay $7 Million To Settle Asbestos Lawsuit.

An estimated 3,000 Americans will die this year due to Mesothelioma. This cancer develops in people who have been exposed to asbestos and asbestos-related products. Breathing in the asbestos dust can cause a variety of complications. If you or a loved one have been exposed to asbestos related products for an extended period of time during your employment, and you have developed illnesses or diseases from your exposure, call us today. You may be able to receive compensation from those responsible for your disease. You can call us at 617-787-3700 or email us at Your needs are our top priority!

Ralph P. North was an employee for the construction company that built the Long Island Lighting Company’s power station in Long Island, New York. The building was built from 1966-1972. The Long Island Lighting Company was later taken over by National Grid Generation LLC.

Mr. North worked with asbestos-related materials when he applied asbestos spray to insulate boilers and pipes, and also was required to cut asbestos block and mix asbestos cement.

The Long Island Lighting Company did not post warning signs about the material nor did they provide proper equipment for their employees.

A New York state jury granted a $7 million verdict after a two-week trial. $3.5 million was largely for past pain and suffering and $3.5 million is for future pain and suffering.

The $7 million award is reportedly the largest asbestos verdict ever issued against a power company.

Have you or a loved one been exposed to asbestos for an extended period of time during your employment? If you have, and if you developed an illness or cancer due to your exposure, you may be able to recover money damages for your injuries. Call our office 24/7 at 617-787-3700 to discuss your claim with our asbestos and mesothelioma specialists.



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