The so-called phantom epidemic of silicosis has become a hot potato for the plaintiffs bar.
Silica exposure was once hailed as “the next big mass tort.” But in June federal district court Judge Janis Graham Jack of Corpus Christi, Texas, eviscerated the attorneys representing individuals with silicosis claims, accusing them of intentionally manufacturing a mass tort in federal multidistrict litigation.
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