Thomas v. Mallett

VERDICT

Trial
10/05/07 – 11/05/07

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Summary

Five-week product liability trial based on a child's ingestion of lead paint chips and lead dust (white lead carbonate).

Under Wisconsin's risk contribution products liability doctrine, the plaintiff's claim could go to trial against lead paint manufacturers even if the plaintiff could not identify which manufacturers caused the injury.

The jury unanimously found that the plaintiff did ingest white lead carbonate, but did not suffer injury or brain damage as a result.

Outcome

Jury found for the defendants.

Case Information
Attorneys
Witnesses

Sessions

OCT
12
AM Session
Not in Session
0 Chapters
PM Session
Not in Session
0 Chapters
OCT
30
NOV
2
AM Session
Verdict
2 Chapters
NOV
5

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