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Part of Chinese-drywall lawsuit revs up in Virginia THE ASSOCIATED PRESS DECEMBER 27, 2018 04:47 AM, UPDATED DECEMBER 27, 2018 04:48 AM NORFOLK, VA. A class-action lawsuit that claims Chinese-manufactured drywall made American homeowners sick is revving up in Virginia. The Virginian-Pilot reported Wednesday that about 175 people are suing Chinese companies in a federal court in Norfolk. Lawyers for both sides are hashing out a schedule to move forward. The plaintiffs are part of a larger class-action lawsuit that involves thousands of people in several states. They claim the Chinese-made drywall contained hydrogen sulfide, which destroyed electrical wiring and sickened residents. Some of the drywall was sold through the Norfolk-based company Venture Supply, which supplied the drywall inside each of the plaintiffs’ homes. ADVERTISING inRead invented by Teads $20 for 365 Days of Unlimited Digital Access Last chance to take advantage of our best offer of the year! Act now! December 28, 2018

Part of Chinese-drywall lawsuit revs up in VirginiaA class-action lawsuit that claims Chinese-manufactured drywall made American homeowners sick is revving up in Virginia. The Virginian-Pilot reported Wednesday that about 175 people are suing Chinese companies in a federal court in Norfolk. Lawyers for both sides are hashing out a schedule read post

Hurricane Michael December 2, 2018

The 2018 Atlantic hurricane season, which featured two of the most destructive storms in U.S. history, will quietly conclude on Friday, Nov. 30. Over the past six months, there were 15 named storms during the season, eight of which became hurricanes. Only two of those eight hurricanes, Florence and Michael, read post