Tenants who have mold in their rented property have rights under Florida law.



Condominium owners have rights against the Association and neighboring Unit Owners



Your Homeowner’s or Contractor’s Insurance Policy may cover you for mold damage.


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The Mold Lawyers at the Law Firm of Militzok & Associates are proud to provide legal services within the State of Florida for cases involving toxic mold exposure, sick building and indoor environmental litigation. We represent adults and children who have been subjected to, and injured by, toxic mold exposure and other types of indoor contamination.

We focus on lawsuits on behalf of tenants living in apartments, condominiums, duplexes, and single family homes against landlords. We also pursue claims by condominium unit owners against condominium associations, neighboring units, property managers, and insurance companies who are responsible for our clients’ water and mold damage in the unit as well as illnesses related to exposure to toxic mold, asbestos, toxins, dust mites, bed bugs, and other indoor environmental problems.

Our Mold Lawyers handle many different types of indoor air quality matters, including injuries and damages from exposure to toxic black mold, water damage, dust mites, bed bugs, bacteria, sewage, toxic chemicals, lead, and carbon monoxide.

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When Is The Condo Association Responsible for Water Damage and Mold?

April 2017|Condo Rights and Obligations, Top|

In Florida, water and mold damage to the drywall of the walls and ceiling of condominium units is a frequent problem. When unit owners bring water and mold damage issues to the attention of the condo association, many associations usually try to point the finger at someone else. Although each condominium has its own rules which are contained in [...]

Can a Tenant Break a Lease Because of Mold?

February 2016|Tenant Rights, Top|

We frequently receive calls from tenants asking, "how can I break my lease because of mold"?  A tenant residing in Florida has certain legal rights when the landlord fails to maintain the premises.  Due to the warm and humid climate in South Florida, it is common for tenants to have roof leaks, air conditioning leaks and pipe bursts all of which introduces water into the property.  Once water breaches the inside of the property [...]

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