Many homes suffer from water damage at some point. However, even after the restoration process is complete, your home could still face a large number of problems. Not only can your flooring, walls, ceilings, and other belongings get ruined in the initial flood from plumbing or water leaks, but your home can also develop problems in the future such as mold or fungus growth. Mold typically looks like green, blue, or black patches on the walls or ceilings, and in some cases, it can be toxic.
If your home has recently suffered from water damage and now has mold growth, you need financial compensation from your home insurance provider so the mold can be eradicated. Unfortunately, though, some insurance companies wrongfully deny or delay these claims. At Grisham & Kendall, PLLC, our experienced team of Dallas and Houston black mold damage lawyers is ready to tackle your case. Contact us at (713) 999-5085 and schedule your consultation to discuss your legal options.
Mold tends to grow in dark, damp areas, so you may not notice it until the fungus has already flourished and spread. If your home has suffered from water damage, you need to have the affected area regularly checked for mold growth. Mold typically forms because of a roof leak, leaky pipes, or water intrusion in your home. Some signs of mold growth include:
The presence of mold in your home can compromise your health as well as the value of your property. Thus, if your homeowner’s insurance policy covers repairs for mold damage, you should fight to make sure your claim is fulfilled.
Should your insurance company act in bad faith and deny or delay your claim, you can take legal action to ensure that you receive the full compensation you deserve for your home repairs. Call the Dallas and Houston toxic mold attorneys of Grisham & Kendall, PLLC, today at(713) 999-5085 to learn more about your rights and options in your situation.
$490,000 for Residential Mold & Foundation Bad Faith Insurance Claim
Case settled at mediation following successful jury trial on breach of contract claim (court ordered mediation prior to 2nd trial for bad faith claims). Homeowners’ claim for foundation and mold damage due to plumbing leaks denied by insurance company. Jury verdict on breach of contract claim less than $100,000.