Nev. Court Allows Mother of Decedent in Benzene Exposure Case to Be Substituted in As Party

  • Order

RENO, Nev. –– A Nevada federal court has allowed the mother of the decedent in a benzene exposure lawsuit to be substituted in as a party to the complaint in the wake of his death, noting that all parties are “in agreement” that the mother is a proper party.

In the April 20 order, the U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada noted that while there does seem to be appear conflict regarding the standing of the decedent’s siblings, the motion before only requests to have his mother substituted in as a party to the proceedings.

Plaintiff Tyler Underwood …


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