Twenty Million Dollar Baltimore City Verdict for Maryland Professor

A Baltimore City jury awarded more than twenty million dollars to a University of Maryland nursing professor as a result of her contracting mesothelioma from asbestos exposure.

The plaintiff, Jocelyn Farrar, has had her right lung removed and the asbestos-related cancer has continued to progress.
She was exposed to asbestos while washing her grandfather's work clothing back in her teens, some forty years ago.

It is reported that mesothelioma may not manifest itself by way of overt symptoms for decades. The symptoms can include shortness of breath, weight loss, anemia, bowel problems and chest pain
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