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Asbestos Defendants

RGW, PC and it's associates continue to file civil lawsuits in multiple states, including California, Texas, Delaware, Illinois, Washington, Mississippi and Louisiana. The following is a list as of some of the defendants typically named in our petition, depending on the evidence. Some defendants made asbestos-containing products (including land-based and marine machinery), some supplied raw asbestos to manufacturers, some owned premises where asbestos was widely used without warnings, and some are implicated in the historical conspiracy to suppress the truth that asbestos fibers cause cancer.

RGW, PC limits its practice to the representation of mesothelioma patients and their families. RGW, PC also represents patients with asbestos-caused lung cancer.

A.W. Chesterton Company

ABB Lummus Global, Inc

AGCO Corporation, individually and as successor-in-interest to Allis-Chalmers Corporation, individually and as successor-in-interest to The Buda Company

Alfa Laval, Inc., individually and as successor-in-interest to Sharples, Inc., Alfa-Laval Separation, Inc. and DeLaval Separator Company

Allis-Chalmers Corporation

American Asbestos Company

American Standard, Inc.

Aqua-Chem, Inc., d/b/a Cleaver-Brooks Company

Atlas Turner, Inc.

Atlas Valve Company Inc.

Aurora Pump

Bartells Asbestos Settlement Trust

Beach-Russ Company

Buffalo Pumps, Inc., individually and as a subsidiary of AMPCO-Pittsburgh Corp.

Buffalo Pumps, Inc., individually and as successor-in-interest to Buffalo Forge Co.

Burnham Corporation, individually and as successor-in-interest to Federal Boiler and Radiator Co.

Carrier Corporation, individually and as successor-in-interest to Bryant Heating & Manufacturing Co

Carver Pump Company

CertainTeed Corporation

Chicago Bridge & Iron Company

Cleaver-Brooks Company

Colgate-Palmolive

Coltec Industries, Inc., individually and as successor-in-interest to Fairbanks Morse Engines

Consolidated Edison of New York

Cooper Industries, Inc., as successor-in-interest to Cooper Bessemer

Courter & Company

Crane Co., individually and as successor-in-interest to Chapman Valve Co. and Chempump

Crane Co., individually and as successor-in-interest to Cochrane Corporation

Crown Cork & Seal Company, Inc.

Crown Cork & Seal USA, Inc.

Dana Corporation

Delphi Corporation, individually and as successor-in-interest to Harrison Radiator

Dial Corp., individually and as successor to Griscom-Russell Schack Company, Inc.

Dover Corporation, individually and as successor-in-interest to Blackmer Pump Co.

Dunham-Bush, Inc.

Durabla Manufacturing Company

Elliott Company, a/k/a Elliott Turbomachinery Co., Inc.

Enpro Industries, Inc., individually and as successor-in-interest to Fairbanks Morse Engine

Fairbanks Morse Engine

Fairbanks-Morse Pump Corporation

Farwest Insulation Contractors, f/k/a Thorpe Insulation Company

Fay Spofford & Thorndike of New York f/k/a Wolfe & Munier, Inc.

Fiatallis North America, Inc., Individually and as successor-in-interest to Allis-Chalmers Corporation

Flowserve Corporation, individually and as successor-in-interest to Byron Jackson and Sier Bath Gear & Pump Co.

Flowserve Management Company, individually and as successor-in-interest to Henry Vogt Machine Company, Babcock Power Inc., Company and Pacific Pumps, Inc.

Flowserve US Inc., f/k/a Flowserve Pump Corporation, individually and as successor-in-interest to Anchor Darling Valve Company

FMC Corporation, individually and as successor-in-interest to Northern Pump Company

Ford Motor Company

Foster Wheeler Energy Corporation

Foster Wheeler, LLC

Gardner Denver, Inc.

Garlock Sealing Technologies, LLC, individually and as a successor-in-interest to Garlock, Inc.

Garlock, Inc.

General Electric Company

General Refractories Company

Georgia-Pacific Corporation

Goulds Pumps (IPG), Inc.

Guard-Line, Inc.

H.B. Smith Company Incorporated

Hamon Research-Cottrell, individually and as successor to Research-Cottrell

Hanson Permanente Cement, Inc. f/k/a Kaiser Cement Corporation

Hardie-Tynes Co., Inc.

Henry Technologies, Inc., f/k/a Henry Valve Co.

Henry Vogt Machine Co.

Hercules Chemical Company, Inc.

Hopeman Brothers, Inc.

Howden Buffalo, Inc., individually and as successor-in-interest to American Blower Co.

IMO Industries, Inc., as successor-in-interest to and f/k/a DeLaval Turbine, Transamerica DeLaval, IMO DeLaval and Enterprise Engine & Foundry Co.

IMO Industries, Inc., individually and as successor-in-interest to DeLaval Turbine, Inc. and Warren Pumps, Inc.

Ingersoll-Rand Company, individually and as successor-in-interest to Dresser-Rand

ITT Industries, Inc., individually and as successor-in-interest to Goulds Pumps, Incorporated

J.H. France Refractories Company

J.T . Thorpe & Son, Inc.

Jacuzzi Brands, Inc.

John Crane, Inc.

John Zink Company, LLC

Johnston Boiler

Kaiser Gypsum Company, Inc.

Kentile Floors, Inc.

Leslie Controls, Inc.

M. Slayen and Associates, Inc.

McNally Industries, Inc., individually and as successor-in-interest to FMC Corporation

Metalclad Insulation Corporation

Metropolitan Life Insurance Company

Murphy Valve

Northrop Grumman Corporation, individually and as successor-in-interest to Newport News Shipbuilding

Owens-Illinois, Inc., individually and as successor-in-interest to Owens-Illinois Glass Company

Parker-Hannifin Corporation, individually and as successor-in-interest to Dennison Engineering

PCC Flow Technologies Holdings, Inc., individually and as successor-in-interest to Johnston Pump Company

Peerless Industries Company, Inc.

Peerless Pump Company, Inc.

Pentair, Inc.

Plant Insulation Company

Plant Products & Supply Co.

Quaker Chemical Corporation

Quigley Company, Inc.

Quimby Equipment Co., Inc.

Quintec Industries, Inc.

Rapid-American Corporation as successor-in-interest to Phillip Carey Manufacturing Corp.

Rheem-Manufacturing Company

Robert A. Keasbey, Co.

Saberhagen Holdings, Inc. As successor to Tacoma Asbestos Company and The Brower Company

Schutte & Koerting, Inc.

Selby Battersby & Company

Sepco Corporation

SLM Corporation, individually and as successor-in-interest to M.T. Davidson Co.

Spirax Sarco, Inc.

Sprague Products, a division of Curtiss-Wright Flow Control Corporation

SPX Corporation, individually and as successor-in-interest to United Dominion Industries, The Marley Company, Wylain, Inc., Weil-McLain, a Division of Wylain, Inc., and Weil-McLain Company

SPX Corporation, individually and as successor-in-interest to United Dominion Industries, The Marley Company, Wylain, Inc., Weil-McLain, a Division of Wylain, Inc., and Weil-McLain Company

Sterling Fluid Systems (USA), LLC, as successor to Peerless Pump Company

Stewart Warner Corporation

Swenson Technology, Inc.

Syd Carpenter Marine Contractor, Inc.

TACO, Inc.

The Anchor Packing Co.

The Dial Corporation, individually and as successor-in-interest to Griscom-Russell Company

The Fulton Companies, individually and as successor to Fulton Boiler Works

The Gorman-Rupp Company, individually and as successor-in-interest to Patterson Pump Company, and C.H. Wheeler

The Nash Engineering Company, Inc.

The Trane Company, individually and as a subsidiary of American Standard, Inc.

Thomas Dee Engineering Co., Inc.

Thorpe Insulation Company

Treadwell Corporation

Triple A Machine Shop, Inc.

Tuthill Corporation, individually and as successor-in-interest to Westinghouse Electric Corporation and BF Sturtevant

Tyco Flow Control, Inc., individually and as successor-in-interest to Yarway Corporation

Union Carbide Corporation

Uniroyal, Inc.

Viacom, Inc., individually and as successor by merger to CBS Corporation f/k/a Westinghouse Electric Corporation successor-in-interest to BF Sturtevant Co.

VIAD Corp, f/k/a The Dial Corporation, individually and as successor-in-interest to Griscom-Russell Company

Viking Pump, Inc., a Unit of IDEX Corporation

Warren Pumps, Inc.

Weil-McClain, a division of the Marley Company

Yarway Corporation

Zurn Industries, Inc.

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