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In 2015 a Florida state court jury slammed Koch Industries Inc.-owned Georgia-Pacific LLC with a $17 million verdict in an asbestos lawsuit, finding that a construction worker’s cancer was caused by exposure to the deadly mineral in the company’s joint compound. 

Now you can watch the most important moments from the case in just twenty minutes thanks to our partner ChartSquad. 

Plaintiff Roy Taylor, whose doctor testified could die within a year, was awarded $13 million and his wife Suzanne $4 million while also clearing Dow Chemical Co. subsidiary and co-defendant Union Carbide Corp. of all liability.

Taylor claimed he developed mesothelioma, a rare form of cancer affecting the lungs that has been linked to asbestos inhalation, from working as a painting supervisor for Raytheon in Saudi Arabia in the late 1970’s. His attorney, James Ferraro of the Ferraro Law Firm, argued that Georgia-Pacific’s joint compound, which contained Union Carbide’s asbestos, was applied to walls and then sanded down, and that Taylor often ended his workday covered in white dust.

Courtroom View Network recorded and webcast the full trial gavel-to-gavel. Enjoy this curated 20-minute video of the trial, thanks to our partner ChartSquad!



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