Mold Damage

When water is trapped behind walls, it creates an ideal environment in which mold can grow. Left untreated, mold can spread throughout your property in a relatively short period of time.

The presence of certain types of mold can greatly reduce the value of your property, and exposure can also have serious health consequences.

If you are dealing with this situation, it is in your best interest to get legal representation. When you come to RA & Associates for assistance, we thoroughly review the facts of your case and devise a strategy geared to protect your rights and interests, remediate and remove the mold from your property and recover full compensation for your damages.

Home Mold

Issues Caused By Mold

When left untreated, water damage can cause mold damage to develop at a property. While most species of mold is not harmful to humans, toxic types of mold can be extremely harmful to your health. If ignored mold can grow and spread on drywall, ceiling tiles, carpet, wood, paper and latex paint. It can also spread to household furniture, electronic equipment, cooling and heating systems, bedding, mattresses and clothing.

More seriously, long term exposure to toxic can also cause serious health problems, including those listed below:

  • Headaches
  • Eye Irritation
  • Memory Loss
  • Exacerbation of Asthma
  • Skin Rashes
  • Bronchitis

  • Flu-like Symptoms
  • Nosebleeds
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • Respiratory Damage
  • Immune System Deficiency
  • Anxiety and Depression

Why Retain RA & Associates

Mold damage can be a major problem for property owners. The presence of mold can not only cause serious health problems, it can also severely reduce the value of your property.

Insurance companies have historically been difficult to deal with when it comes to resolving mold damage resulting from water damage.

When you retain RA & Associates, our attorneys thoroughly review the facts of your case, devise a strategy that will protect your rights and interests, help repair your property, and recover fair and just compensation for your damages.