What is the
Any intrusion of moisture beyond your structure's exterior is cause for
concern and inspection. The phenomenon of mold in buildings is not new;
mold grows naturally in both indoor and outdoor environments. The
overwhelming majority of molds are not harmful; it is only a small
number that are suspected of negatively affecting your health—if
touched, inhaled, or ingested.
The presence of small amounts of Toxic Household Molds can be enough for health
officials to limit building occupancy. However, there are no enforceable
regulatory standards for concentrations of household molds or mold spores. Even
the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) report a lack of significant data
that scientifically links Toxic Mold respiratory symptoms and other
Toxic Household Mold claims and mold remediation are a growing concern.
In the past, people suffered in silence not knowing why, but a widely
publicized claim by well-known television personality Ed McMahon brought
Toxic Household Mold into the mainstream.
Some of the problems associated with insurance companies are:
Hiring incompetent, low-paid personnel to properly test, diagnose, or
fix the real problem. Remember these people are being paid by the
insurance company and they want Toxic Household Mold not to be discovered so they
test – using inferior testing equipment -- in locations where mold may
not be present.
Omitting the truth or failing to provide environmental reports with the
real facts. If household mold is discovered, most likely that information won’t be
shared with you. Unfortunately, this is a common practice by insurance
companies. Ed McMahon’s insurance company kept the household mold test results
secret; thusly, hiding a deadly household mold infestation of Toxic Mold.
Denying claims by informing you that your insurance policy doesn’t cover
Toxic Household Mold even though there is evidence that insurance-covered water
damage is the direct cause of your Toxic Household Mold infestation.
Offering a cheap band-aid solution instead of fixing the real problem or
severely limiting the monetary amount to fix the existing problem.
Do I have a Toxic Mold Case?