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Freeman D. Cullom

Senior Trial Counsel

E fcullom@wfbm.com
T (415) 781-7072
| F (415) 391-6258

Overview

Freeman Cullom has represented defendants in asbestos litigation in California for more than 35 years. His practice focuses on product liability, premises liability and environmental tort defense. Freeman has handled thousands of cases throughout his career. He has represented various companies in the public and private sectors, including manufacturers, contractors, premises owners and distributors. Additionally, Freeman has served as an arbitrator in the San Francisco Superior Court for more than 25 years and as Judge Pro Tem in the San Francisco Superior Court for more than 15 years.

Representative Successes
  • Henry v. Alfa Laval – Successfully secured a defense verdict for a naval turbine and equipment manufacturer in an asbestos/mesothelioma case.
  • Charles Hicks v. Raybestos-Manhattan, Inc. – Successfully secured a plaintiff verdict for a manufacturer of construction-related materials in an asbestos/mesothelioma case.
  • Kenneth Kugelman v. Various Asbestos Defendants – Successfully secured a defense verdict for a manufacturer of construction-related materials in an asbestos/mesothelioma case.
  • Wilson v. Various Defendants – A plaintiff verdict resolved favorably for the defendant, a manufacturer of construction-related materials, in an asbestos case.
  • Pringle v. Various Asbestos Defendants – Successfully secured a defense verdict for a manufacturer of construction-related materials in an asbestos/mesothelioma case.
  • Sloan v. Various Asbestos Defendants – Successfully secured a plaintiff verdict of $12,000 for a manufacturer of construction-related materials in a wrongful death case involving asbestos.
  • Stashin v. Various Asbestos Defendants – Successfully secured a defense verdict for a manufacturer of construction-related materials in an asbestos case involving asbestosis.
  • Driver v. Various Asbestos Defendants – Successfully secured a defense verdict for a manufacturer of construction-related materials in an asbestos/mesothelioma case.