Economic Considerations In Any Mold Case

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In any mold litigation case, whether it be construction defect, landlord/tenant or purchase/sale, mold can be costly.  This area requires numerous experts to prove both liability and causation.

Before initiating litigation, Thompson | Wedeking analyzes whether the case may be prosecuted economically. Even a case that looks easy for establishing liability against one or more defendants might not contain the potential for large monetary recovery.

At Thompson | Wedeking, we never undertake representation of clients on a mold action with the expectation that it will settle for significant money before litigation is commenced or shortly after filing. Mold litigation cases are aggressively defended, and the cost of litigation can sometimes exceed the value of the action or seriously impact its profitability.

We always attempt to avoid putting ourselves in the unenviable position of having to explain to our clients why the recovery is so small compared to the litigation costs.  The nature and difficulties of each case are always explained to the client from the onset so the client can make the most informed decision possible.

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