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BorgWarner Awarded Summary Judgment in Secondary Asbestos Exposure Case

WILMINGTON, Del. –– BorgWarner’s motion for summary judgment in a secondary exposure asbestos case has been granted by a Delaware state court, which concluded that the plaintiff had failed to prove that the decedent was exposed to the defendant’s product.

In the Nov. 8 opinion, the Delaware Superior Court noted that the plaintiff was the only product identification witness in the case.

Gary Gloyne asserted the claims on behalf of Kathleen Gloyne, contending that his deceased wife developed lung cancer as a result of secondary asbestos exposure. Gary Gloyne specifically contended that the decedent was exposed to asbestos from BorgWarner’s ...

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