Landlords are required by Alabama Law to provide:
- Meet all building and housing codes that affect health and safety
- Maintain all electrical, plumbing, sanitary, heating, ventilating, and air conditioning systems in good working order
- Supply running cold and hot water
- Provide and maintain garbage containers
- Keep common areas safe and clean
- Allow for the tenant to have peaceful enjoyment of the property
- Make repairs to keep the property safe and livable
When you landlord does not make necessary repairs you may be entitled to damages, especially if you have been injured as a result.
All molds can be dangerous. When you have been exposed to mold you need an attorney that has the expertise in helping their clients obtain medical damages. Medical exposures go beyond the mold spore itself, or black mold itself and enters into the world of toxicology. Most medical doctors have little or no experience with poisonings from the environmental toxins such as mold. It is very common that victims are affected by non-living mold and environmental bacteria and therefore do not test positive to standard medical test. Our firm is able to connect our clients with a team of mold experts. We have a team of industrial hygienists and medical experts available for our clients.
We meet with each client and ensure their individual case is evaluated as to their unique situation and needs.
Address immediate needs and help our clients with the ‘right here' ‘right now'
Gather data, information, and reports.
Get with our team of experts to test the bacteria or mold found in the property.
Contact landlords regarding current leases, help our clients facilitate a move when necessary or desired, and notice insurance companies.
Coordinate all negotiations.
Provide guidance in the legal remedies and recovery that is available.
Symptoms of Mold Exposure and vary greatly and even be misdiagnosed.
Early mold exposure symptoms include:
- Eye Irritation
- Skin Redness
- Skin Rash
Advanced mold exposure symptoms include:
- Breathing Disorders
- Ear Infections
- Chronic Sinusitis
- Chronic Bronchitis
- Pain in Muscles and Joints
- Coughing up Blood or Black Debris
- Neurological Disorders
- Nervous Disorders
- Heart Palpitations
- Blurred Vision
- Swollen Glands
- Unexplained Weight Loss
- Chronic Fatigue
- Loss of Appetite
- Open Skin Sores or Lesions
- Fungal Nail (Hands or Feet)
- Sexual Dysfunction
- Thyroid Conditions
Late mold exposure symptoms include:
- Hypersensitivity Pnemonitis
- Memory Loss (Long Term)
- Bleeding Lungs
- Kidney Failure
- Liver Disease
Misdiagnosis: Mold exposure can be commonly misdiagnosed as other ailments, the following is a list or possible misdiagnoses. We are able to connect our clients with the medical experts in the fields of pulmonology, neurology, and toxicology.
Mold can affect more than your health. It can destroy your property.
If you think you have been wrongfully exposed to Mold, please fill out this brief Confidential, Secure, Health Questionnaire or Contact Us and we will guide you in holding the persons responsible and get you the assistance you need.