Post: Mold, Good Case Law. Causation
Posted by Sharon on 5/21/10
COURTROOM NEWS Harris Martin Publishing
Michigan Appellate Decision:
LANSING, Mich. —Defendants in a mold case that resulted in
a $303,260 verdict for a family...
The Gennas complained that a water heater leak in Jackson’s
unit led to extensive mold contamination in the Genna home,
and that they were forced to move after experiencing
diarrhea, vomiting, congestion, nosebleeds, fevers and
In affirming the verdict, the Court of Appeals found “ample
circumstantial evidence that would ‘facilitate reasonable
inferences of causation, not mere speculation. . .”
(quoting Skinner v. Square D Co [445 Mitch 153, 163-164;
516 NW2d 475 (1994)]).
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