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Toxic Mold Injury Lawyer in Florida
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Toxic mold is a serious danger to everyone exposed. The mold can cause a number of health problems, from asthma to allergies to shortness of breathing, even death. If you have any questions about mold in your home, please get it tested immediately. If you discover it is toxic, please contact a Miami injury attorney who can get you in touch with a doctor experienced with working in toxic mold-related diseases.
When you visit the doctor to discuss your health conditions, be sure to inform him or her that you have been exposed to toxic mold. Without this information, many doctors will misdiagnose your condition. Many toxic mold victims suffer from coughing, sneezing, diarrhea, nosebleeds, fatigue and muscle pain. It is common for doctors to believe the victim is suffering from a cold, allergies or the flu. If you continue to expose yourself after experiencing these symptoms, they may increase and you may even die. Few people recognize the dangers of toxic mold until it is too late.
The high humidity and warm temperatures of Florida create an ideal breeding ground for mold. Many people try to fight molds by spraying bleach or otherwise killing the spores. Unfortunately, dead spores are just as deadly and much more likely to become airborne -making them much more dangerous. When you speak with a skilled Miami toxic mold injury lawyer from our firm, we will work with industrial hygienists to identify the type of mold present and evaluate if you can clean it out or not. In many cases, the whole home will need to be destroyed. This can be devastating to the family living there. Fortunately, a Miami injury attorney from our firm can help you file a personal injury claim in Florida to compensate you for your decreased health, lost housing, emotional suffering and any other consequences of the mold.
Contact Our Law Offices If You Have Been Injured Because Of Toxic Mold
A Miami injury lawyer from the Bernstein Law Firm can help you identify the party responsible for your suffering. This may include your landlord, contractor, home owner's association or the house's prior occupant. Call today to start working on a toxic mold case for your home.