Florida Mold Lawyers Ready to Serve You

The Florida mold lawyers at Militzok & Associates, P.A. are paving the way for Florida residents of toxic mold exposure in court and helping those who are experiencing mold sickness from exposure to hazardous indoor air quality.  We are proud to represent both adults and children who have been injured by exposure to toxic mold, bacterium from water damage, asbestos and other forms of contamination.  Since South Florida has such a high incidence of mold-related injuries as a result of our climate and since many landlords, condo associations and insurance companies do not take mold sickness resulting from toxic mold exposure seriously, Militzok & Associates is proud to serve our mold clients on a contingency fee basis which means that we only get paid when we collect money for the client.  We have developed an excellent reputation for our in-depth knowledge of the mold exposure and indoor air quality field and we work with recognized mold experts in South Florida.

Militzok & Associates handles cases involving all types of toxic mold, indoor air quality, and indoor environmental lawsuits.  Our Florida mold lawyers have experience in representing victims of exposure to all types of indoor contamination, including injuries from exposure to black mold, water damage, bacteria, sewage, toxic chemicals, lead, radon, hazardous waste, and carbon monoxide.

Although we focus on cases in Broward, Miami, and Palm Beach, our toxic mold attorneys are able to handle cases throughout the State of Florida.  We understand the specialized issues related to toxic mold exposure and indoor environmental cases, including moisture and air quality testing, microbial surveys, mold testing, medical evaluation, and mold remediation.  We also have knowledge of some of Florida’s best physicians who understand and can assist in evaluating and diagnosing what injuries may have been suffered as a result of toxic mold exposure.  We are able to retain some of Florida’s leading experts in the field of black mold and indoor air quality including allergists, toxicologists, immunologists, contractors, and remediators.

Do not take a chance with the health of you or your family.  Toxic black mold can be very hazardous and can cause a variety of different health problems.  The South Florida mold attorneys at Militzok & Associates is here to help you pursue the party who was responsible for causing or failing to remediate the mold and hold those parties accountable for the mold contamination.

Do You Suspect You Have a Mold Problem?

Mold doesn’t always present itself as obviously as it does in the photographs on this page.  Do you have a feeling that there is hidden mold in your residence which is causing you or your family to be chronically ill with breathing problems, sinus issues, headaches, fatigue, or nosebleeds?  Mold can hide in attics, air conditioning duct systems, behind walls or underneath flooring.  Just because you can’t see the toxic mold, doesn’t mean that it isn’t there.  Are you concerned that you or someone you know has been exposed to something in a home or other building that is causing a chronic illness?  In some cases, the cause may be mold or other consequences of water damage, such as dust mite amplification, or bacteria.  However, only a qualified environmental mold specialist and specialized physician can make the determination of whether or not the indoor air quality is making someone sick.  Accordingly, it is important to document the problem by having a mold test performed where you believe the mold is lurking.

Mold can exist undetected in homes, apartments, and condos for many years.  You may be experiencing physical symptoms without even knowing that mold is present.  Don’t put your family’s health at risk, contact the mold attorneys at Militzok & Associates today for a free, no-obligation case review.  We have the experience to hold your landlord, condominium association, neighbor, or insurance company accountable for mold growing in your home.  For more information, contact us at (954) 241-2260 to find out more.

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