Exposed to Toxic Mold? Time Concerns & Statutes of Limitation for Mold Claims | Mold Firm

Exposed to Toxic Mold? Time Concerns & Statutes of Limitation for Mold Claims | Mold Firm

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As I discussed in other video, which cover
the types of damages that could apply to a toxic mold claim you may be entitled to compensation
for personal injuries as well as damages to your possessions or your home. It’s also important to remember though that
the law imposes strict time limitations called statutes of limitations, within which you
must bring your claims. If you fail to meet these strict deadlines,
then you could lose your right to compensation forever, no matter how malicious the responsible
parties actions. These time limitations can vary based on a
number of factors. In general, the State of Georgia provides
a two year statute of limitations for bringing personal injury claims and four years for
damages to your home, property or possessions. Keep in mind though that a number of factors
may affect these time limitations lengthening them or shortening them. As a result, if you believe that you or your
loved ones may have suffered a toxic mold exposure, I urge you to act decisively and
immediately contact Mold Firm for a free case evaluation.

One thought on “Exposed to Toxic Mold? Time Concerns & Statutes of Limitation for Mold Claims | Mold Firm

  • Tea Mac Bee Post author

    That's funny that you can state that and have my case, your firm just called me last week, and state just that I had until Nov 2018 , so why have you not yet filed? I have done all the work the 186 pages maybe 11 is work you did! I just sent your firm an email at 12a.m. , please help me, help us,

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