Q: Can a landlord hire an inspector that's going to lie for her for insurance reasons to cover mold damage in the home that
We've been really sick due to mold all through the house we have hired real professionals to tell us that there's mold everywhere reported to our landlord or landlord is not taking care of it because she don't want to pay out-of-pocket her insurance denied it so she hires an inspector that's going to lie for her and say that it's water damage not mold damage and she hasn't done anything to help us we are still sick in the home and her inspector asked us to lie to I need a lawyer and I don't know how to get one
A: Mr. Google knows all the lawyers who handle mold claims in your area. He can help you find one. good luck to you
A: Hire a warranty of habitability attorney. I believe you need serious help. Do not hire or allow anyone that will lie in an official report.
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A: Mold infestation is a MAJOR problem, it can lead to brain damage in tenants through prolonged exposure. You and your kids are exposed. You should not be trying to handle this yourself, you should find an experienced attorney handling mold issues- most will be in Los Angeles County, I did a quick search in the IE and none came up. Look here for an attorney handling mold. If you can SEE any of the mold, take photos with date/time stamps on them. Keep a written log about your symptoms.
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