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    Re: Mold Litigation News

    Posted by ff on 2/17/08

    The judge must have had a conflict of interest!

    > Denver International Airport Class Action Dismissed
    > Denver, CO: (Jun-26-07) A class action lawsuit was filed
    > against the city and Denver International Airport (DIA)
    > alleging that travelers and employees at the airport were
    > exposed to extensive mold and fungi contamination. The
    > action was filed by two United Airlines employees, Terri
    > Crandall and Joann Hubbard, who claimed they experienced
    > pneumonia, headaches, nausea, shortness of breath and
    > bronchitis beginning in 1995. The suit further stated that
    > by 1999, Crandall and Hubbard each believed their
    > were being caused by environmental contamination at the
    > airport. Crandall and Hubbard, who were employed at DIA as
    > customer service representatives, claimed that during the
    > periods when they were being treated for their ailments
    > were away from Concourse B their symptoms disappeared. But
    > problems returned when they went back to work on Concourse
    > B.
    > The court stated that Denver officials had not found a
    > major mold issue at the airport and ordered a dismissal of
    > the class action suit. The Colorado Supreme Court said
    > the women who brought the lawsuit failed to file their
    > notice of a claim with Denver within the 180-day time
    > period required by law and the women didn't identify any
    > injuries suffered during the 180-day period. [DENVER POST:

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