When buildings are not properly maintained, mold growth and injuries stemming from them can pose a serious risk to your health and the health of your loved ones. Water intrusion is the most common cause of mold growth.
If you believe that you or a loved one have been harmed due to exposure to mold, then you may be eligible for compensation from those responsible. At Berke, Berke & Berke, our firm has been fighting for the interests of the injured, the wronged, and the bereaved for more than 80 years in Hamilton County and Marion County, Tennessee.
To understand whether or not you have a lawsuit based on injuries sustained from mold exposure, you must follow a couple of steps. You might wonder when to see a doctor for mold exposure. As soon as you think you may be having medical issues due to mold, see a doctor! Explain your symptoms and mention the exposure to mold. It can be challenging to tell whether mold exposure caused your injuries, as mold grows differently and individuals tend to react differently to mold. Second, check the air quality in the premises. Many harmful molds can be readily identified by an air quality professional.