Litigation Case Builder
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Mold Law Group understands that knowing where to start with mold litigation can be a challenge. Gathering the correct data, avoiding potential pitfalls, and preventing the loss of evidence is key to a successful lawsuit. We are proud to offer you the tools and guidance needed for the essential steps in the process. For one low monthly fee, our program will help you organize your evidence, answer questions on best practices, make it easier to communicate with Attorneys, engage legal counsel, and review the evidence to help you build your case. Our expert team can provide you with actionable insights relevant to your mold contamination. We will offer you the building blocks on the road to environmental justice.
Included Program Benefits
Ask as many questions related to your mold problem as you want.
Everything in one easy-to-access place, ready to be turned over to legal counsel.
Tools for connecting your health to the environment for a fair settlement.
We offer the guidance you need, with the Answer Connect chat portal. This will allow you to connect directly with our experts. You can ask as many questions related to your mold problem as you want. Then, our team will provide you with answers using industry best practice guidelines.
Organizing the data for successful litigation can be difficult. We can help you with our Evidence locker. The Locker will store your vital evidence like medical records, lease agreements, photos, microbiology reports, and more. Everything is in one easy-to-access place, ready to be turned over to legal counsel.
Upon request, our team will review your evidence and provide guidance connected to additional evidentiary needs. We will help ensure you have the best tools for connecting your health to the environment and the best opportunity for a fair settlement.
While we do not offer legal advice, our primary goal is to offer guidance connected to best legal practices and insights to the potential environmental risks associated with a mold contaminated structure.