Reliable Mold Information from Attorneys You Can Trust
Unfortunately the Internet contains a great deal of misinformation about the hazards and causes of mold. Our attorneys at LaFave Law Group have compiled a list of reliable information from qualified sources regarding mold exposure, its effects, and your rights. If you have questions regarding any of these articles or think you have a serious mold or indoor air quality issue, contact the San Diego mold Attorneys of LaFave Law Group about possibly setting up a free consultation so you can better understand your legal rights.
“Mold In My Home: What Do I Do?” – The California Department of Public Health has published a variety of information about mold exposure, health symptoms, mold prevention, causes of mold growth, and other useful information. Read in English. Read in Spanish.
“Statement on Building Dampness, Mold, and Health” – Possibly the most important summation of the health consequences of water damaged building environments and mold exposure was first issued by the California Department of Public Health in 2011 and has been updated since. Read in English. Read in Spanish.
EPA on mold – The Environmental Protection Agency also has important issued important information about mold, its health effects, and how to properly remediate it. Further, the EPA’s industry-defining document on how to remediate mold in buildings entitled “Mold Remediation in Schools and Commercial Buildings” can be found here.
Understand your legal rights when dealing with your landlord – The California Department of Consumer Affairs has published the following document for tenants to help them understand their legal rights when dealing with their landlords. Read it here.