Terminix to pay Wilmington family sickened at Virgin Islands vacation condo

The parent company of pest-control giant Terminix has agreed to a multi-million dollar settlement with a Wilmington family who were sickened by pesticides at a vacation condo in the US Virgin Islands.  The Philadelphia Inquirer reports Servicemaster Global Holdings has agreed to pay the Esmond family 87 million dollars on top of 3 million the company’s already paid to cover its insurance deductible.    Read the article………….


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