What To Do If You Suspect Mold

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Contact An Industrial Hygienist

It is vital that your home, workplace, and school are tested by a certified industrial hygienist to determine spore count and species.  The hygienist must do air and visual sampling.  Further, the hygienist should also determine the moisture source to find out why and where mold is growing.

Contact An Allergist or Infectious Disease Expert

For the health and safety of you and your family, it is important that you seek medical treatment at the first sign of mold symptoms.  When you do see a doctor, disclose all your symptoms.  Some symptoms may be a result of mold exposure, even if they are not classic symptoms.

Seek Legal Counsel

Many people attempt to resolve their mold claims on their own.  This can be a big mistake.  Without knowledge of the law, victims may not seek all the compensation which they are entitled to.  Further, insurance companies know that non-lawyers are ill-versed on the science of mold and will take advantage of this.

Thompson | Wedeking has identified the best experts in the field and our lawyers can guide you through the complicated process of recovering money damages in mold litigation.  Do not delay in calling our office.