Q: Now after over three years the management has giving notice of remediation services can I still sue for per. Injury
It's been over three yrs.not having this mold acknowledged, but it's been by two different managers, now we've gotten another manager and, finally after the covide came into our world we've finally gotten inspections of our units but even though the new management has made an appoach to comply, with removing the mold,I've been very long exsposer and has developed respiratory long term level 2 effects that will possibly need to be detoxed out my body and it's not known if future illness my occur ,Can I still proceed in a liability case for personal injury even if the new managers has made a step in the direction of rememdetion
A: If you've been injured by someone else's negligence (e.g. by failing to remediate a known mold exposure), then yes, you can sue the person who failed to remediate (i.e. the former property manager) for your injuries/damages. There is a 2-year statute of limitations for injury cases, so make sure you consult with a personal injury attorney well before 2 years after the manager's failure to remediate so you can get your case filed before the statute of limitations runs out on your claim.
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