This case involves an industrial building that allegedly contributed to a host of ailments and cancers for a group of individuals working there. 7 years before the case was filed, the building in question was used as a pottery manufacturing and storage facility. The building was eventually turned into office spaces that were available for rent. 15 individuals working in the same department of the building in question developed numerous types of cancer, including bone marrow, brain, appendix, triple negative breast cancer, and others. An expert in medical toxicology was sought to help determine if there could be a causative link between residual chemicals in the building (possibly lead or black mold) and the various forms of cancer present in the plaintiffs.