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WVA. HIGH COURT VOIDS MONITORING CLASS, DEFINES WHEN CLAIM ACCRUES State v. Madden

22 No. 24 ANTOXLR 2Andrews Toxic Torts Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

WVA. HIGH COURT VOIDS MONITORING CLASS, DEFINES WHEN CLAIM ACCRUES State v. Madden

22 No. 24 ANTOXLR 2Andrews Toxic Torts Litigation Reporter (Approx. 3 pages)

22 No. 24 Andrews Toxic Torts Litig. Rep. 2
Andrews Toxic Torts Litigation Reporter
*1 January 6, 2005
Medical Monitoring
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WVA. HIGH COURT VOIDS MONITORING CLASS, DEFINES WHEN CLAIM ACCRUES

State v. Madden

In a case of first impression, the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has ruled that the statute of limitations on a medical-monitoring claim accrues when a plaintiff knows he was exposed to a proven hazardous substance and discovers the identity...
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