Do you want to know if you can file a lawsuit for discovery of mold? Each state may have their own rule of mold cases or statute of limitations. Contact Malloy Law Offices, LLC today!
Can you file a lawsuit for discovery of mold? Finding mold in your home, apartment, or other property could lead to a lawsuit, especially if there was a pre-existing problem with your building or proper cleanliness after a flood or other problems. Mold cases would be under personal injury law. However, it differs from slip and fall or a car accident. Mold cases like food poisoning need a specific approach to connect the sickness of the victim to the mold.
There are possible subjects that will be held liable for the damages caused by mold:
The victim can recover certain losses from the discovery of mold. They can recover from structural repairs, performing new construction/contracting work and taking other remediation-related steps to fix the problem and the property of toxic mold. They can also recover from replacement of household items, any housing expenses, medical treatment, lost in wages, and non-economic damages.
Here at Malloy Law Offices, LLC, our attorneys understand that these situations happen unexpectedly. It can also be emotionally and financially draining to fix any repairs in your home. If you’re still unsure about what type of case you have, ask us and we’ll get you on the right path. Click here to see how are lawyers handle these scenarios. For a free consultation, call (888) 607-8690!