No. 900420.

858 P.2d 970 (1993)

Tom HANSEN, an individual; Douglas A. Hilton, an individual; Mike MacKintosh, an individual; Bruce Silcox, an individual; and Russell Vickers, an individual, Plaintiffs and Appellants, v. MOUNTAIN FUEL SUPPLY COMPANY, a Utah corporation; Roger Barrus, an individual; Roger Morse, an individual; and John Does I through XXV, Defendants and Appellees. MOUNTAIN FUEL SUPPLY COMPANY; Roger Barrus, an individual; and Roger Morse, an individual, Third-Party Plaintiffs, v. CCI MECHANICAL, INC., a Utah corporation (formerly known as Climate Control, Inc.), Third-Party Defendant.

Supreme Court of Utah.

August 4, 1993.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

James E. Morton, Ronald C. Wolthuis, Salt Lake City, for plaintiffs.

Spencer E. Austin, Gordon L. Roberts, William J. Evans, Ray G. Groussman, Charles E. Greenhawt, Salt Lake City, for defendants.

DURHAM, Justice:

Plaintiffs were exposed to asbestos while performing renovation work for Mountain Fuel. They appeal from an order of summary judgment on their claims for personal injury, negligent infliction of emotional distress, and the costs of medical monitoring granted on the ground that plaintiffs have not suffered bodily injury. We reverse the order regarding the claims for medical monitoring but affirm the rulings on personal injury and negligent infliction...


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