In Kleinschmit v. U.S. Steel, et al., Scott Toomey and Dan Kain obtained a rare Philadelphia County summary judgment for one of the firm’s retailer clients. After lengthy and contested motion practice, the Court held that Plaintiff could not sustain his toxic tort benzene action because Plaintiff could not sufficiently identify the frequency, regularity and proximity of his exposure to any product associated with Littleton Joyce’s retailer client.
Environmental & Toxic Tort Litigation
Our lawyers have defended superfund, CERCLA and other pollution cases involving major industrial sites. Our lawyers have defended and tried asbestos, lead, mold, benzene, hydrogen sulfide and other chemical exposure toxic tort cases.