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Mold Exposure In Pennsylvania

Mold Exposure Lawsuits in PA

If mold and toxin exposure victims are not treated immediately and effectively, they may suffer significant health concerns. Even more alarming is the fact that 21.8 million individuals in the United States have asthma, with roughly 4.6 million instances attributed to moisture and mold exposure in the house. If you think you've been exposed to carcinogens, you might wonder:

  • How much do mold cases settle for?
  • How do you prove mold illness?
  • Will I receive compensation to help pay my medical expenses?
  • Can I sue for mold exposure?

Your health may have been affected if you were exposed to one or more of the many types of hazardous molds. To book a free consultation, contact our toxic mold attorneys right away. By pursuing a mold exposure case in Pennsylvania, we can help you obtain the compensation you deserve.

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Thousands of homes in the United States have been affected by mold. Whether you're concerned that the mold in your house is causing health problems for your family, contact the legal team at Justice Guardians now to see if you have a case.

Mold may have formed in your house or company as a result of excessive moisture. Mold may develop in any area with leaking pipes, water irrigation systems, plumbing, or sewage lines. If moisture sits for a long time, mold or fungus can grow, causing serious harm to the property and releasing toxins into the air we breathe on a regular basis. With enough exposure, such poisons can be absorbed into the human body, causing significant health problems. You may be able to sue a business or property owner for mold exposure if mold is detected in a business, public facility, or even your own home.

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How To Handle Mold Remediation

Due to the high expense of mold removal, many homeowners, business owners, and landlords of rental buildings rely on insurance companies to handle their hazardous mold claims. If you feel you were exposed to mold and decide to file a mold case, you will almost certainly have to deal with insurance companies. If a business owner needs mold remediation services from an insurance company, the correct procedure is usually as follows:

  • Property damage clean-up and restoration
  • Payment for long-term health issues
  • Cover expenses from mold-related injuries
  • Other additional damage coverage

However, while these treatments are usually covered by insurance, this is not always the case. Mold damage and cleanup are often covered by homeowner's insurance, but only after a dispute. But, if an insurance company ignores or delays processing a hazardous mold claim, their actions may result in further damage, and the insurance company may be held liable for additional costs.

Toxic Mold Exposure Symptoms

Long-term exposure to the most prevalent kinds of mold can result in significant health problems. Several types of hazardous mold might be lurking in your home or workplace, including:

  • Stachybotrys - sometimes known as "black mold," is the most dangerous mold, inflicting serious damage to humans. If you've been exposed to Stachybotrys, you'll likely have flu-like symptoms such as headaches, memory loss, and respiratory problems. It has a musty odor and thrives in wet environments.
  • Penicillium - This poisonous mold growth, which may also be found in the air, is commonly found within the walls of dwellings and can cause bronchitis, asthmatic symptoms, and other respiratory problems.
  • Aspergillus  - This mold persists in the air and is particularly harmful to those with weakened immune systems. Aspergillus exposure can result in lung infections and allergic responses.
  • Chaetomium - This mold is often connected with water damage since it thrives in damp, dark conditions. Exposure to chaetomium can result in brain damage, allergic responses, and other autoimmune disorders.

If you're suffering any of the symptoms listed above and suspect it's due to mold exposure, you might be wondering what to do next. The first step is to hire a skilled mold remediation company. Have an expert team do a clearing test once the mold has been removed to guarantee the home is safe to return to. Once you, your family, and your property are safe, arrange a free consultation with one of our toxic mold attorneys. We'll go over your legal options with you and help you decide what to do next.

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Do not hesitate to seek justice if you or someone you love has been affected by toxic mold exposure in the home, workplace, or somewhere else. To discover more about your legal options, contact our toxic mold attorneys immediately. Our personal injury legal company will review the specifics of your toxic mold case in a free, no-obligation consultation to help you receive the justice you deserve. 

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