Exposure to toxic mold can cause many serious, even life-threatening, health problems. If your exposure to mold is the result of negligence or recklessness on the part of a landlord, employer or anyone else, you may be able to pursue an injury claim and receive compensation for your injuries.
The lawyers at NPN Law — Jonathan, Kirt and Tanner — know how to handle even the most complex cases involving exposure to black mold and other harmful substances. We know that your health should be your main concern, so we handle the entirety of the legal process so that you can focus on your recovery while we seek compensation on your behalf. From our Oxnard office, we serve clients across Ventura County and other parts of California.
Where Does Mold Exposure Occur? What Are The Symptoms?
Exposure to toxic levels of mold often occurs when:
- Landlords know that mold is present at an apartment or other rental property and fail to remedy the situation.
- Mold spores enter an air circulation system at an office building or other commercial facility due to the property owner's failure to keep the premises maintained.
- Damp workplace conditions foster the growth and spread of mold, creating an unhealthy environment for those who work there.
In these situations and all other instances where toxic mold is present, it is vital that you seek medical care and legal counsel if you begin to experience chronic coughing, headaches, shortness of breath, nosebleeds, confusion or other mental impairments, or other similar symptoms.
We can direct you to appropriate medical resources, investigate your claim, and give you an honest assessment about whether you have a case and how likely that case is to reach a successful outcome.
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Contact us online or call 805-639-8600 to schedule a free initial consultation with one of our attorneys. The lawyer you speak with at your first meeting is the same lawyer who will stand by your side through all stages of your case and remain available to you whenever you have questions.