Chaney v. AMS, et al.


    Plaintiff alleged his father worked for a company called Sound Control from 1955 to 2000 as an acoustical ceiling installer. Over Decedent’s career, Plaintiff alleged Decedent was exposed to a multitude of products that contained Asbestos which caused his mesothelioma and ultimate death.  AMS was a distributor of ceiling panels and related products that sold materials to Sound Control going back to 1969. 

    After several years of discovery, the Defendant filed a motion for summary judgment asserting that Plaintiff did not possess and could not establish his causes of action against AMS based on Plaintiff’s factually devoid discovery responses and the deposition testimony of former coworkers of Decedent.

    The Court then took the matter under submission and subsequently ruled in favor of the Defense. 

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