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Three lawsuits filed in San Diego over Marine Corps families' housing conditions

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Three lawsuits have been filed in San Diego against Lincoln Military Housing after the private military housing company’s September loss against a Marine Corps family who sued for negligence related to moldy conditions in their home.

Lenden Webb, a lawyer involved in two of the three lawsuits filed in San Diego Superior Court, said there’s “strength in numbers” when going against a large, private company such as Lincoln, which manages more than 31,000 military https://www.stripes.com/news/us/three-lawsuits-filed-in-san-diego-over-marine-corps-families-housing-conditions-1.612965

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