The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit has affirmed a $500 damages award to a plaintiff who claimed he was exposed to toxic chemicals after the 2012 derailment of a freight train in Paulsboro.

Plaintiff Ronald Morris, in In Re: Paulsboro Derailment Cases, asserted on appeal that his medical monitoring and fear-of-cancer claims failed because a judge wrongly excluded his expert testimony.

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