Court: United States District Court for the District of Utah
This case arises out of decedent John C. Riegler’s diagnosis of mesothelioma, which plaintiff alleges stems from decedent’s work at a service station, including the performance of brake services. Plaintiff alleges defendants’ automotive-friction products exposed decedent to asbestos and caused his mesothelioma. Before the court are three motions to exclude expert testimony and one motion for summary judgment.
Plaintiff designated industrial hygienist William M. Ewing as an expert in this matter. In his expert report, …Continue Reading