Toxic Mold Exposure
Exposure to toxic mold has become the focus of a growing number of lawsuits across the United States. Many people are exposed to toxic mold in their homes, offices, and other public buildings without their knowledge. Mold can infest carpets and drywall, and some molds are toxic. Not all mold is toxic, however. Unfortunately, it is impossible for homeowners to distinguish between toxic and benign molds without scientific testing.
The presence of a small amount of mold may be a warning sign of a much bigger - and much more expensive - problem. Companies that test for and remediate mold are on the rise, and homeowners must disclose the presence of mold when selling their home. If you or a family member has been injured, physically or financially, due to toxic mold, contact the experienced Michigan personal injury attorney at Gruel Mills Nims & Pylman, LLP to discuss your case.
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