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Plaintiff Fears of Toxic Residential Mold Proved Groundless

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Plaintiffs moved from their rental home after a small amount of mold was found and removed by their landlord. Plaintiffs nevertheless decided to move out because they had a newborn child. However, after an exhaustive search, only one spore of “toxic” mold was found in a concealed location. After an 8-month absence, plaintiffs returned home and shortly thereafter filed a multimillion dollar lawsuit claiming personal injury.


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