A hidden danger, mold threatens your property, health, and lifestyle. It may not be apparent or visible; however, the discovery of mold requires attention and quick action to remove all traces — preventing further damage and health issues.
Mold could be present if you have had storm damage and water intrusion, a pipe breaks, or other sudden water damage losses. In as few as 48 hours, mold can present a problem in your home or business. Insurance companies are often responsible for repairing not only the damages from the water intrusion, but also the resulting mold damages.
However, it can get tricky. Your insurance company may dispute your claim stating that the mold was a result of a slow leak or is old damage. And the language in your policy may list exclusions relating to mold.
Get Help with a Mold Damage Insurance Claim
If mold has been discovered in your home or business, a thorough inspection for any and all signs of mold and mold-related damage should be performed by a professional. After locating any issues, a Florida state-certified mold remediation specialist can repair the damages; however, this comes at a cost.
Mold impacts so many areas — from your walls and ceilings to carpets and other types of flooring. If your insurance company denies your claim or refuses to pay for damage by water, we can help.
Our attorneys are experienced in working with insurance companies, their adjusters, private contractors, and the experts required to take care of your mold damage in a professional manner.