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Michael E. Mitchell

Class Action, Pharmaceutical Product, Criminal, Household Mold, Products Liability
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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Dee v. PCS Property Management, Inc.

... omitted.) "Exposure to certain types of mold, known as toxic mold, allegedly may cause a severe reaction. `Toxic mold refers to those molds capable of producing mycotoxins, which are organic compounds capable of initiating a toxic response in vertebrates.'" (Ibid., fn. omitted.). ...

Whitehead v. Habig

... remediate any such unfitness and unmerchantability of the property." After detailing his concerns about the condition, he concluded: "Therefore, I look forward to the Whiteheads undertaking their obligation to inspect the property, remediate the toxic mold and provide us with the ...

BOURDETTE v. GARDALITY

... Defendants assert that Mr. Floyd's testimony should have been excluded because, although he was competent to assess the costs of particular repairs, he was not an expert on whether there was toxic mold on (or structural impairments to) the items he provided cost estimates to ...