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Austrailian man awarded $1 million in asbestos settlement

A man that was exposed to asbestos nearly 40 years ago has now been awarded $1 million in mesothelioma lawsuit.

According to the lawsuit, the 62-year-old man was exposed to the toxic material in 1972 when he worked at James Hardie Factory. The man worked as a machinist in the asbestos sheeting factory. The man claimed that he was not warned of the risk of asbestos exposure or given a mask to wear.

The jury found that James Hardie did not take the appropriate care to prevent him from being exposed to asbestos, which caused him to develop mesothelioma.

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