Consult with an attorney ASAP but it appears the Statute of Limitations has passed.
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Statutes of limitation require a person to begin a lawsuit within a certain period of time after they discovery or should have discovered an issue. From your description, any claim that you may have has been barred by the statute of limitation for this type of case.
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It sounds like you may have known of your exposure to potential injuries in 2006. You graduated in 2008 despite these injuries. That means your claim is probably between 5 to 7 years old. The Statute of Limitations is a state by state law issue but is generally either 2 or 3 years for an issue like this. Whether your claim is barred or not because of some exception to the general rule can only be determined by a local attorney licensed in your state and practicing in this area of law. You should make immediate contact with such an attorney to determine the status of your potential claim.
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Avvo Email - Have no legal fearBlack mold cases are tricky. It is possible you have a claim. Due to some of the facts you present, I would want to know more of what went on behind the scenes or even in the scenes, but what you haven't stated here.
I can arrange for a consult if you would like to discuss the matter further.
**Disclaimer** I am licensed to practice in North Carolina. I practice out of Raleigh and Wake County. This answer, to the extent it provides legal advice, is fact specific, and only intended for the jurisdiction where I am licensed.
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