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$4,250,000

Verdict for an 81 year old man diagnosed with mesothelioma.

Our client worked as an electrician and was exposed to asbestos containing insulation when working in the engine spaces onboard Naval ships at Lockheed Shipyard in Seattle in 1970 and 1971.

$3,929,674

Settlements to a 69 year old man diagnosed with mesothelioma.

Our client served as a machinist in the Navy on ships where he was exposed to asbestos containing insulation, gaskets and packing. He was also exposed to asbestos brought home by his father who worked at a Naval Ship Yard.

$6,877,500

Settlements for a 37 year old woman with mesothelioma.

Our client was a 37 year old woman diagnosed with mesothelioma. She was exposed to asbestos products from her father who worked in telephone line maintenance at Pacific Northwest Bell, n/k/a Century Link.

$5,130,862

Settlements to a 62 year old man diagnosed with mesothelioma.

Our client was exposed to asbestos brought home by his father who worked as a pipefitter at Lockheed Shipyard, insulating materials at Bethlehem Steel in Seattle, to asbestos insulation in the Navy, and to joint compounds.

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We have achieved many significant victories in mesothelioma settlements for our clients. Here are just a few settlements that illustrate our track record of success. Altogether BDOU has negotiated more than $900 million in settlements for its Pacific Northwest clients.

She was exposed to asbestos products from her father who worked in telephone line maintenance at Pacific Northwest Bell, now known as CenturyLink.

He worked as a painter’s helper onboard the USS Ranger at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard from 1975 to 1976.

He was exposed to asbestos from his father worked as a pipefitter at Todd and Lockheed Shipyards and carried asbestos home on his clothing and person.

He was exposed to asbestos while working as an electrician for St. Regis Paper Mill in Tacoma and at the Lockheed shipyard in Seattle.

He worked as a water worker for the Cedar River Water Sewer District.

He worked as an electrician onboard numerous ships while working at Todd Shipyard in Seattle.

She was exposed to asbestos from household construction projects and from the asbestos brought home from Alcoa Wenatchee Works on her grandfather’s work clothes.

He was exposed to asbestos at various jobsites in Western Washington, including University of Washington Health Sciences and Medical Center, Hiawatha Community Center, King County District Court, and Pacific Northwest Bell.

He was exposed to asbestos products used or disturbed while the ferries were being maintained or repaired in shipyards, including Todd and Lockheed Shipyards in Seattle.

He worked as a water department worker for the City of Walla Walla.

He worked as a pipefitter at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in Bremerton, Washington.

He was a lifelong mechanic and worked for the Snohomish County PUD in Everett.

He was exposed to asbestos containing gaskets, packing and insulation as a boiler operator while serving in the U.S. Navy from 1976 to 1977 and at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard.

He worked as an insulator onboard numerous ships at Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and various other shipyards from 1945 to 1967.

He was exposed to asbestos while working at Crown Zellerbach in Portland, Oregon, at an Alcoa Aluminum Plant; and as a delivery driver and stocker at a NAPA store.

He was exposed to asbestos in Portland, Oregon when he worked on his own home remodeling projects. He worked with drywall, joint compound and sheetrock panels.

He was exposed to asbestos as a senior plant engineer at the Hanford Nuclear Facility.