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No Nonpecuniary Damages for Sailor’s Widow (access required)

In this suit against John Crane Inc. by the widow of a Navy sailor who died of mesothelioma after exposure to asbestos while working as a ship fitter, the widow may not collect nonpecuniary damages of $2 million for the sailor’s pain and suffering and $1.15 million for her loss of his society; but the ...

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