Comments by MrsKramer

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Posted on May 14 at 7:54 a.m.

I feel bad for this family and all of us taxpayers who will now foot the bill for their injuries via social service and disability programs since the city's insurer was able to skirt their finanical responsibility for the long term damage.

What kind of a human being brags about winning by craftily keeping evidence from the eyes of a jury that little children were severely harmed by an environmental exposure?

From the defense firm's bizarre press release: "Plaintiffs alleged adverse health conditions as a result of living in an uninhabitable apartment. They claimed that their daughters developed asthma and severe allergies, and that their youngest daughter was born with severe neuro-cognitive and neuro-behavioral deficits as a result of conditions in the apartment. Strategically crafted motions in limine and a full week of 402 hearings resulted in all neurological, neurobehavioral and psychological claims being dismissed by the Court. All evidence relating to mycotoxins and poisons was likewise dismissed."

Read their press release here:

On Jury Reaches Verdict in Mold Lawsuit

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