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Toxic mold and environmental problems in North Carolina

On Behalf of | Nov 20, 2019 | Construction Litigation |

Toxic mold and other environmental issues can cause serious health problems when they are present in buildings. These types of problems can arise during construction when poor construction allows moisture to leak inside of the buildings. If your property has toxic mold, it can endanger your health and cause you to lose thousands of dollars.

Toxic mold can cause the value of a property to collapse. It can also cause serious health problems, including asthma, respiratory illnesses, skin conditions, and others. If you are a tenant or landlord who is dealing with toxic mold problems, you may have legal rights to recover compensation for your losses. Your ability to recover compensation may depend on how and when the mold was introduced.

To recover compensation, you will need to file a legal claim against the party or parties that are responsible for the mold or other environmental problems. You will need to understand the laws and regulations that govern environmental issues in properties and be able to raise valid legal arguments to support the basis for your claim.

At the Triangle Law Group, our experienced and knowledgeable attorneys represent clients who are dealing with toxic mold and other environmental problems that are present in their properties. Our attorneys regularly appear in court and in administrative proceedings to represent the best interests of our clients. Through zealous advocacy, we have helped many people to prevail in their claims or to defend against claims that have been filed against them. If you are involved in a dispute about toxic mold or another type of environmental problem, you might want to review the information that we have provided on our mold litigation page to learn more about the help that we might be able to provide.

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