Almost any condition that reduces the value of a home or common area can be legally recognized as a construction defect in design or workmanship, or a defect related to landslide settlement conditions. Toxic mold is one such condition. Toxic molds such as penicillium, stachybotrys, cladosporium, aspergillus, and black mold can cause indoor air quality problems leading to allergies and illness. Toxic threads can penetrate common building materials such as drywall, wallboard, and wallpaper. One of the best ways to find out if your home has toxic mold or black mold is to have it tested. Symptoms of toxic mold poisoning can include:
• Chronic fatigue
• Memory loss
• Runny nose
• Frequent bloody nose
• Coughing resulting in sore chest/lungs
• Skin redness/rashes
If you or a member of your family has noticed health problems that could be a result of toxic mold, get proper testing immediately. Please contact our toxic mold lawyers to get the proper compensation that you deserve.