Torts - Injury Cases filed in Minnesota
Cases 11 - 20 of 26
Adams et al v. 3M Company et al
as 0:2019cv02158
Plaintiff: Chase Stepp, Jonathan Albert, John Purcell and others
Defendant: 3M Company, Aearo Technologies, LLC and Aearo Technologies LLC
Threadgill et al v. 3M Company et al
as 0:2019cv02165
Plaintiff: Brandon Dubois, Jesse Beaudette, Nicholas Johnson and others
Defendant: 3M Company and Aearo Technologies, LLC
Cooper et al v. 3M Company et al
as 0:2019cv02132
Plaintiff: Jarrod Jones, James Maglothin, Gary Harris and others
Defendant: 3M Company and Aearo Technologies, LLC
Cause Of Action: Petition for Removal
Alexander et al v. 3M Company et al
as 0:2019cv02133
Plaintiff: Derek Kirby, Donald Hensley, Quinn Kobman and others
Defendant: 3M Company and Aearo Technologies, LLC
Gibbs et al v. 3M Company
as 0:2019cv02040
Plaintiff: Richard Beagles, James Smith, Ozzie Jenkins and others
Defendant: 3M Company and Aearo Technologies LLC
Cause Of Action: Petition for Removal
Divine et al v. 3M Company et al
as 0:2019cv02104
Plaintiff: Dominick Rufo, Nathaniel Rentz, David Cunningham and others
Defendant: 3M Company and Aearo Technologies, LLC
McKinnon et al v. 3M Company et al
as 0:2019cv02090
Plaintiff: Daniel Hutchinson, Brandon Sheene, Bennett Stanley and others
Defendant: 3M Company and Aearo Technologies, LLC
Henry et al v. 3M Company et al
as 0:2019cv02082
Plaintiff: Wesley Brand, Hadrian Cleague, Victor Volynets and others
Defendant: 3M Company and Aearo Technologies, LLC
Boshell et al v. 3M Company et al
as 0:2019cv01983
Plaintiff: James Spann, Rodrick Butler, Stephen Swix and others
Defendant: 3M Company and Aearo Technologies, LLC
Cause Of Action: Petition for Removal
Coffey et al v. 3M Company et al DO NOT DOCKET. CASE HAS BEEN TRANSFERRED OUT.
as 0:2019cv02101
Plaintiff: Frederick Robinson, Valonza Dixon, Travis Morrow and others
Defendant: 3M Company and Aearo Technologies, LLC
Cause Of Action: Petition for Removal- Product Liability

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