One of our toxic mold exposure cases was recently featured on the national television news program, “ABC World News Tonight with David Muir”.  The same story also aired on the ABC News magazine, “Nightline”.  The case was filed on behalf of our clients Bruce Nicholson, Lisa Daspit and their two year old daughter Brielle against Waypoint Homes.  Waypoint Homes and Invitation Homes are nationwide corporate landlords and are reported to have a combined 9,403 rental homes in South Florida and another 8,829 homes in the Tampa area.  The lawsuit alleges that Waypoint Homes’ failure to address the maintenance requests of our clients resulted in the collapse of the ceiling in their living room and the un-mitigated water intrusion resulted in the development of toxic mold in the home causing injuries to our clients.  Our clients allege that Brielle’s repeated exposure to the toxic mold resulted in her developing asthma.  It is reported that many tenants of Waypoint Homes and Invitation Homes have trouble getting maintenance requests performed by the landlord in a timely manner.  If you are having a similar issue with Waypoint Homes or Invitation Homes, we invite you to contact us for a free consultation.