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Thursday, August 2, 2012

Probable Link Sustains Claim for Renal Cancer & Pulmonary Disability

A NJ appellate court upheld a trial court's decision holding an employer liable for workers compensation benefits for renal cancer and pulmonary disability where a probable link could be demonstrated as a result on a worker's occupational exposure to known carcinogens including asbestos.

Johnson v Exxon-Mobile Chemical Co. (2012 WL 3064003 (N.J. Super. A.D.) Decided July 30, 2012

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