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A jury has awarded a former railroad employee $1.8 million after he claimed exposure to cleaning solvent at work in Louisville and Corbin caused permanent brain damage, reported in the Louisville, Kentucky Courier-Journal.

The plaintiff alleged that solvents sickened workers at CSX or companies that CSX acquired, such as the Louisville & Nashville Railroad. Plaintiff had worked for the company for 34 years and was diagnosed with toxic encephalopathy which caused brain damage to the plaintiff.

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