Recent OR Asbestos Verdicts - Donald Miller

By Allen Eraut

An Oregon jury returned a $6 million verdict against Kaiser Gypsum, in case with heavy alternative exposures to amphibole-containing insulation. The trial court applied joint and several liability, which is unusual for this jurisdiction, and may form the basis of an appeal.

Plaintiffs: Donald Miller and Linda Miller

Mr. Miller alleged exposure to asbestos while serving in the US Navy and while working as an insulator at various industrial sites including paper mills in Oregon. 

Represented by: Maune Raichle Hartley French & Mudd

Defendant: Kaiser Gypsum Company, Inc.  

Verdict:

Economic Damages: $1,218,046

Non-Economic Damages: $3,000,000

Loss of Consortium: $2,000,000

Total: $6,218,046.00



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