Black And Toxic Mold Litigation

The mold that overtakes a slice of bread is easy to recognize and avoid. The simple act of tossing this bad food into the trash allows people to limit contamination and illness. Unfortunately, it's not as easy to recognize the presence of other molds which can lead to lifelong health complications.

Your house or apartment may appear to be safe. However, if black or toxic mold is growing on your drywall, under your flooring or within your furniture, you can't see evidence of this hazard. You can feel it, though. When people are exposed to certain types of mold spores, they may suffer headaches and nausea, develop a rash or have trouble breathing. The remedy for this problem is costly and time-consuming.

If you have been afflicted by this constellation of symptoms and believe that your health has been compromised by toxic or black mold, you should contact our attorneys at Buttars, Richardson & Snyder LLC. Our firm has represented residents throughout central Ohio affected by this safety issue. We have extensive experience in promoting our clients' claims in court. As a result, we navigate this complex process efficiently so that you receive compensation in a timely manner.

Our Lawyers Will Hold Responsible Parties To Account

During our free case evaluation, our attorneys will review your personal injury claim and identify the best course of action to pursue. Whether you have been exposed to this dangerous mold on property you rent or a residence you have recently purchased, you may seek these damages for many expenses, including:

  • Wages lost due to illness
  • Medical bills
  • Mold remediation services
  • Destroyed property

If you have a dispute with your landlord, contractor, or your property's former owner due to a failure to eliminate mold from your residence, you have the right to take action. Our firm can help you resolve this issue so you can address your health and housing concerns.

Concerned About Black Or Toxic Mold? Call Us Today.

We invite you to complete our brief questionnaire or call our Dublin office at 614-379-3977.