Toxic Mold Symptoms Affecting Your Family and You

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Do You or Your Family Have Symptoms of Toxic Mold?

Our homes are our sanctuaries, our safe place in this hectic world.  What if your home is sick with toxic mold?  Do you suspect that your house or apartment is sick with mold?  If you, your children, spouse or housemates experiencing unexplained symptoms such as

  • Memory Loss, Anxiety, Personality Disorders, Mood Swings
  • Sore Throat, Shortness of Breath, Nosebleeds, Cough
  • Abdominal Pain
  • Hair Loss,Skin Rashes
  • Fatigue
  • Numbness or Pain in Extremities (arms, legs)
  • Headaches
  • Rectal Bleeding
  • Tremors
  • Fibromyalgia

your living space may be infected with toxic mold.

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Who is Responsible For Toxic Mold in Your Home?

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Who may be responsible for toxic mold in your home?  Is there someone whose action, or lack of action, is the legal cause of your current mold-related health problems?  They may have insurance that will compensate you and your family, housemates, etc. for the potentially life-altering and lifelong injuries that you have sustained.  Here is a short list of possible parties who may be responsible for either the mold in your home OR for not discovering and/or disclosing the fact that there is mold in your home:

  • Builder
  • Developer
  • Architect
  • Subcontractors
  • Remediation Consultants
  • Homeowners Association
  • Landlord
  • Property Managers
  • Real Estate Agent or Broker
  • Inspectors
  • Former Owner
  • Sewer Repair

Our experienced litigation attorneys will analyze your situation from a legal perspective and advise you as to whether or not you have a toxic mold case and are entitled to compensation.

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If you, or someone you know, might be affected by Toxic Mold, please call me immediately at

(323) 852-1100 or send an e-mail to me at lowell@steigerlaw.com

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6 comments

  1. This is a very informative posting on toxic molds. Indeed it is important for us to know how we would be able to find out whether our home is affected with toxic mold.

  2. Great article – it's very difficult to prove who is ultimately repsonsible for mold in a home, but if you do feel any of the symptoms above I recomend contacting a professional.

  3. Gerry on

    This article is right on in terms of making sure your rights are protected and the people to blame for mold in your home are made to pay, but while the litigation is proceeding you still want to get rid of the mold and keep it away. Using a natural product is also a good thing for the environment and you can find such a product, made of tea tree oil, at http://www.teatreeoilgel.com.

    While there they also have two free reports that you can download on the health risks of mold. Well worth reading.

  4. Interesting article on how to get some satisfaction from others when they are responsible for a toxic mold or black mold problem in the home.

  5. Studies show that the air inside our homes is worse than the air outside due to presence of mold and mildew. The presence of mold seems directly correlated with depression, which is quite shocking. In addition, scientists have found out that there are over 100,000 types of molds in existence that are harmful to our health!