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Texas military housing mold case may be elevated to federal court

More than 100 plaintiffs claimed mold in their units in Texas-based company Lincoln Military Housing. On Wednesday, September 25, Senior U.S. District Judge Robert Doumar ruled that these cases may be tried in a federal court.

The cases already in federal court include 11 plaintiffs from four Lincoln-managed complexes: Musket Road near Joint Base Eustis; Norwich Manor outside Norfolk Naval Station; and Shelton Circle and Sandpiper Crescent near Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek in Virginia Beach.

According to the lead plaintiff’s attorney, a dozen or so cases have been filed in state courts, and are waiting to be consolidated with those filed in federal court.

Asthma and inflammation of the nasal passages may be caused by exposure to mold.

If you or a loved one have suffered from mold exposure, you may consider taking legal action. Please contact our Norfolk personal injury attorneys at Joe Miller Law by calling (888) 694-1671 to discuss your situation today.

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