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The Toxic Mold Website is
a comprehensive guide to many aspects of mold and the potentially
fatal dangers that it poses to infants and individuals with weak
immune systems. In addition, we provide important legal
rights and information for those who have been adversely affected
by Toxic Mold in their home, workplace, and elsewhere.
Toxic molds have been causing serious
health conditions in humans for hundreds of years. These dangerous
types of mold can exist in damp environments in our home or workplace
without us ever knowing it. In the last ten years, there have been
many reports of toxic molds causing serious and even fatal consequences
for infants and sensitized individuals.
Toxic mold continues to pose dangerous health
The number of toxic mold cases is
rising dramatically, mostly due to the growing knowledge of
the dangers of toxic mold. Still, toxic mold is still vastly
unknown about by the medical community and the general population.
According to the Environmental Assessment Association, toxic
mold concern is mounting as the medical field is better understanding
the effects and ailments that toxic mold can cause.
dangers of toxic mold are that they can cause serious health
ailments but are hard to detect. A microbiologist can only
determine differences between just mold and toxic mold. Common
symptoms of toxic mold exposure include memory loss, allergies,
and breathing difficulties. People with existing respiratory
illness, asthma, and infants should be especially careful
because of the fever and mold infections that can be suffered
within their lungs due to toxic mold exposure. Read
Toxic Mold Litigation Recent News....
Toxic Mold Litigation..
The Delaware Supreme Court upheld a $1.04 million award to two women
whose landlord failed to address leaks and mold problems in their
apartments, resulting in asthma attacks and other health problems.
New Haverford Partnership v. Stroot, 2001 Del. Lexis 201 (May 7,
In December, a homeowner settled a mold-related bad-faith lawsuit
against his insurer, during trial, for $1.5 million. Blum v. Chubb
Custom Insurance Co., No. 99-3563 (Nueces Co., Texas, Dist. Ct.).