The lawyers at Allen & Allen represent clients who have experienced health problems resulting from mold exposure. Health conditions related to exposure to toxic mold can be the result of negligence by builders, contractors, landlords, realtors, property owners, property managers, and/or business owners. If you or someone in your family has experienced health issues related to mold exposure, call the Allen Law Firm at 866-388-1307 for a free case consultation.
Signs and Symptoms of Mold Exposure
You may have noticed changes in your health. These symptoms may indicate toxic mold exposure:
- Skin rash
- Cold or flu-like symptoms
- Coughing or wheezing
- Shortness of breath
- Sinus and/or respiratory infections
- Numbness and/or tingling
- Foggy memory
- Gastrointestinal and digestive issues
Where Mold Exposure Can Occur
Mold lawsuits and claims arise from injuries that occur due to toxic mold exposure in environments such as:
- Newly constructed homes
- Office buildings
If you or a loved one is experiencing symptoms related to mold exposure, visit your physician immediately for an examination and appropriate testing. Prompt diagnosis of mold exposure is important. Once you have been diagnosed, you should contact the attorneys at Allen & Allen immediately. You may need to have a qualified expert analyze the mold you were exposed to in order to determine its toxicity.
Mold Exposure Liability Law in Virginia - What You Should Know
The Virginia Residential Landlord and Tenant Act requires certain landlords to disclose the presence of mold in dwelling units and to prevent the accumulation of mold and moisture. (Va. Code § 55-248.11:2, 55-248.13). The Act also requires certain landlords to properly rid apartments of mold in accordance with professional standards, and to move the tenant into a mold-free living space until the mold is removed, at no additional cost to the tenant. (Va. Code § 55-248.4, 55-248.18:2). Virginia law governing mold exposure liability cases is complex and can be especially challenging for plaintiffs. Our experienced attorneys understand these complexities and will fight to get you the compensation you deserve
If You’ve Been Injured, We Want To Help
The long-term health consequences of mold exposure can be devastating, and the process to remove mold can be expensive and time-consuming. If you or a family member has been affected by mold, you may have a legal claim against a landlord, property manager, builder, homeowner or other entity.
At Allen and Allen, our lawyers have handled many lawsuits involving mold exposure and we know how to develop the evidence needed to win your case. Call the Allen Law Firm for a free consultation at 866-388-1307. We can review your claim to determine if you have a right to recover losses for your injuries, past and future medical expenses, lost wages, and property damage. We want to help you.