Louisville Toxic Mold Attorney
Mold can grow everywhere there is moisture, and failing to handle mold carefully can result in toxic molds that will cause serious injuries to those in the vicinity. Many buildings and homes, especially older properties, can have mold growing inside the walls, floorboards, and other hidden locations without the property owner ever knowing about it. Many of these molds produce mycotoxins that are dangerous towards humans and often cause people serious and long-lasting medical complications. It is up to the property owner to ensure their property has no any hidden toxic molds so no one is injured.
At the Sampson Law Firm, our attorneys believe all property owners are responsible for the safety of their guests. Furthermore, when their properties contain hazards that harm an innocent victim, they must be held liable for the damages they caused. Contact our office at (502) 584-5050 to learn more about how we can assist you with your toxic mold case today.
Effects of Toxic Mold
Many studies have gathered conclusive evidence that indoor mold exposure relates to a variety of respiratory complications. People who suffer from allergies or have immune deficiencies are especially susceptible to these respiratory illnesses. However, with enough exposure to toxic molds, even a healthy individual will begin to experience adverse health effects. Some of the most common effects of toxic mold include:
- Upper respiratory tract symptoms
- Coughing and wheezing
- Asthma symptoms
- Shortness of breath
If you are exposed to toxic molds, it is imperative that you consult with a doctor as soon as possible about any possible health conditions that may arise.
Contact a Louisville Toxic Mold Attorney
If you or someone you know faced exposure to toxic mold, a qualified toxic mold attorney can afford you with many legal options to begin pursuing compensation. At the Sampson Law Firm, our attorneys believe innocent victims of toxic molds should not have to face medical and financial ramifications without fair compensation. Our legal team has over two decades of legal experience and we are ready to use this experience to defend your legal rights throughout the litigation process. Contact our office at (502) 584-5050 to speak with a member of our legal team and begin building your legal case today.