Bloomberg reports that Honeywell faces a trial in a lawsuit that claims auto mechanics contracted lung disease by breathing asbestos dust while working on brakes.

According to the report, the five plaintiffs say asbestos dust from brakes manufactured by former Honeywell unit Bendix caused mesothelioma, a lung disease. Their lawyers are seeking $100 million in damages to compensate for their illnesses.

The Bloomberg report says that Honeywell is the last of about 60 companies remaining in the auto mechanics’ lawsuit, as the other companies either reached settlements or were dropped from the case.