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How Do You Prove Mold Exposure?

Mold is a type of fungus that can be found almost everywhere. It needs moisture to survive, and can start developing unexpectedly both indoors and outdoors. It does not need light and it can easily spread to the entire house over a certain amount of time. For example, your basement could be the perfect environment for this fungal growth to start developing.

Toxic mold, typically referred to as black mold, can cause injury to the resident, and even a healthy individual with no pre-existing conditions will start experiencing allergy-like symptoms in the long run. Large mold infestations are easy to spot, but it’s possible that this fungal growth is hiding behind your walls or ceiling.

If you suspect that your property has been contaminated by mold, you need to act quickly and speak with a toxic mold lawyer as soon as possible if you want to be adequately compensated. Proving mold exposure is not always easy, but an attorney can help you get the best outcome possible for your case. The presence of this fungus is more often than not the result of someone else’s negligence, and it’s only fair that you shouldn’t have to suffer because of mistakes you didn’t make.

Protect Your Rights

If you or a family member has been exposed to mold, you need to protect your rights and follow these steps:

  • Take photos and videos. They’re considered important pieces of evidence and will help you prove the damage done to your property.
  • Seeking help from a healthcare professional who has experience diagnosing mold-related illnesses can help you prove that your injuries are a direct result of mold exposure.
  • Take note of anything that has been destroyed by toxic mold, and keep a journal where you write down all your symptoms and how they’re affecting your enjoyment of life.
  • Testing the property can make the difference between being compensated or having your case dismissed. Qualified experts can provide testimony of the effects of mold exposure on yourself and your house.
  • Keep the receipts of any operation you have done to try and eliminate the problem. That includes bills from home inspections and examinations done by experts that already know how to deal with mold.
  • Calculating all damages and the exact amount of compensation you should receive becomes easier if you follow these steps, and your attorney will be able to negotiate efficiently and quickly, as these factors are crucial when you want to prove mold exposure.

An Experienced Mold Exposure Lawyer Can Help You

Gathering evidence can be difficult while you’re injured, and having to deal with legal issues can be stressful and consume a lot of your time.

A Greenstein & Milbauer, LLP lawyer will make sure that doesn’t happen by fighting with your best interests at heart.

Toxic mold claims can be hard to prove even when you have all the evidence necessary to do
so. Call us at 1-800-VICTIM2 (842-8462) or fill out the online contact form to receive the legal representation you need to win.

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