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For the homeowner or buyer:
If you own or have recently purchased a home contaminated with mold, you may be entitled to recover money from the previous owner or their realtor. Sellers and realtors have a duty to disclose any known defects. Failure to disclose known defects can result in payments for medical expenses, pain and suffering, attorney’s fees, and in some cases triple damages.
For the renter:
If you are living in a house, apartment, or condominium infected with mold and your landlord refuses or has otherwise failed to mitigate this source of the mold, you may be entitled to recover money for your pain and suffering and attorney fees from your landlord.
If you think you may have a toxic mold case, call ThePhillyLawyers today for a free initial consultation.