It has been well-anticipated among the legal community that mold litigation may be the next new wave of toxic tort to be litigated on a mass scale. Unlike their asbestos and latex counterparts, mold plaintiffs will represent a variety of people from all walks of life.

Just about every man, woman and child could be a possible target for exposure to mold at some point in their lives because mold can be found in just about any environment where moisture and oxygen are present.

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