Symptoms of mold to be aware of include:
- Asthma, wheezing, and other respiratory problems
- Eye irritation and sensitivity
- Skin rashes and irritation
- Congestion and nasal stuffiness
- Behavior issues such as mood swings
If you and other members of your house are experiencing any of the above symptoms, it may have developed due to toxic mold found in the home. Typically people do not experience health concerns with smell amounts of mold, unless a person has a compromised immune system or other pre-existing health issue.
If your home is found to be contaminated by mold, who will pay for the mold damage and medical bills?
When drainage systems do not work adequately or windows aren't installed properly, water can enter the building and mold may develop. If construction work to your home was not done properly, you may have a mold damage claim against a third party for faulty workmanship or defects in material.
Your homeowner's insurance policy may cover certain aspects of mold damage. To find out more about your rights and what you are specifically entitled to for your mold insurance claim, call an experienced Texas insurance litigation lawyer for a free legal consultation at 888-614-7730.
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