Toxic Mold Litigation

The Carse Law Firm currently represents multiple individuals exposed to toxic mold in military housing, businesses and homes. We can help you too.

Tell Us About Your Case

Get the Carse Advantage. What does that mean for you? It means we don’t get a dime unless we make a recovery. That’s because we work on a contingency fee. We work this way because we believe that’s the right thing to do. People should only pay for something that benefits them so why not work with a lawyer who will work hard to make sure you get what you deserve?

Free Consultation

Toxic Mold in Homes–What You Should Know

When left unchecked, mold in your home can turn into an expensive problem to fix. When mold spreads, drywall, studs, tile, and flooring can all be ruined and need to be replaced. The problems associated with toxic mold can be much worse, and lead to serious health complications, especially for those who suffer from respiratory problems such as asthma. Symptoms of toxic mold in the home can include:

  • Aches
  • Coughing
  • Fatigue
  • Headaches
  • Mood swings
  • Memory loss
  • Nosebleeds
  • Shortness of Breath

In severe cases, toxic mold such as Aspergillus and Stachybotrys can cause tremors and even affect the body’s ability to regulate its temperature. If you suffer from any of these symptoms and believe toxic mold in your home may be the cause, see a doctor immediately.

Where does toxic mold come from?

Mold comes from spores that are carried on the wind. Once inside the home, spores can spread through air conditioning vents, open doors and windows, and even on the bottoms of your shoes.

How does toxic mold spread?

Mold needs little more than moisture to grow and begin spreading. If there’s a leak in your home, no matter how small, mold can take root and begin growing behind walls, mirrors, cabinets, or in your attic. All it needs is a damp environment and time.

Toxic Mold in Military Housing

States have implemented a host of laws, policies, and provisions to address mold prevention and remediation. Military bases – and the housing located on them – however, are property of the federal government and do not have to follow local building codes. Regardless, those living in military housing are eligible for the same protection under the law. The Carse Law Firm currently represents multiple individuals living in military housing infested with mold, and can help you, too.

Toxic Mold Attorneys

Cases involving toxic mold are something the legal system takes very seriously, and when it occurs, there are several people who could potentially be held liable. These include landlords, contractors and builders, and even manufacturers. For example, if a dishwasher was found to be leaking water into the wall behind it, the manufacturer could be held responsible for selling a defective product.

Because toxic mold cases involve so many different factors, they touch many areas of the law. Construction, personal injury, and products liability will all be able to provide valuable insight, based on the facts of your case. In order to determine what sort of compensation and care you’re entitled to, contact the experienced Toxic Mold attorneys at the Carse Law Firm by calling 877-865-2580. They can provide you with a free consultation and help you plan your next steps.

Toxic Mold Litigation January 29, 2020
Carse Law

Carse Law