Dysol Moves for Summary Judgment in Aromatic Hydrocarbon Lawsuit, Says No Genuine Issue of Material Fact Exists



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PITTSBURGH –– Dysol Inc. has moved for summary judgment in an aromatic hydrocarbon personal injury lawsuit, contending that the plaintiff has failed to meet her burden of proof and no genuine issue of any material fact exists with regard to exposure to a Dysol product.

In a Feb. 17 motion filed in the Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas for Allegheny County, the defendant said that the lawsuit was “completely devoid of any evidence that” the plaintiff worked with, or around, a product manufactured by the company.

Evelyn J. Hamilton asserted the claims on behalf of Joel W. Hamilton, contending that …






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