When the court speaks of one’s non-delegable duty, it essentially means that the party may not buy or bargain away the risks for performance of their actions.
The concept of an NIED, or negligent infliction of emotional distress, is a claim that people, organizations, and companies have a legal duty to avoid causing emotional harm to other individuals.
Failure to exercise reasonable care when supplying information that could significantly impact one’s life is cause to validate negligent misrepresentation.
Have You Experienced Personal Injury Due to Mold Contamination While Living in Lincoln Military Housing?
In Late November of 2019, Webb Law Group filed a complaint with the Superior Court of the State of California. It alleged that CAMP PENDLETON & QUANTICO HOUSING, LLC, LPC PENDLETON QUANTICO PM LP, and LINCOLN MILITARY PROPERTY MANAGEMENT LP failed to properly act on multiple reports of mold contamination in their rental properties in San Diego.
Stars & Stripes Coverage – Lawsuits Filed in San Diego Over Marine Corps Families’ Housing Conditions
The Clover family is one of three Marine Corps families to file lawsuits against Lincoln Military Housing in San Diego for negligence in maintaining safe base housing since a fourth Marine Corps family won a similar lawsuit against the company in September. Court documents from the Clovers describe constant water leaks in their home while their son's health deteriorated.
Two San Diego military families say there is mold inside their military housing. NBC 7's Jackie Crea is here to tell their fight to hold the property management company accountable for the problem.
NBC News 7 San Diego recently covered our case against a military housing contractor who allowed dangerous mold growth in military housing units located on Camp Pendleton.