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Feb 11, 2021, 1:58 PM
Struggling to get your landlord to address a potential mold issue in your home? There are tests that can legally prove the existence of mold so you can get relief from it, as well as potential compensation for any damages. Let’s talk about how it works.
Feb 11, 2021, 12:37 PM
Perhaps you develop a dry, nagging cough that won’t go away or a scratchy throat. Maybe your asthma is acting up. Perhaps you’re experiencing unusual fatigue. Are you suffering from coronavirus? Or is it something else—like toxic mold in your home?
Feb 11, 2021, 12:25 PM
Traffic fatalities spiked considerably in New York City and other major cities worldwide in the wake of COVID-19 lockdowns. Here in NYC, the fatality rate among car collisions was up 167 percent in April. Experts attribute the rise in fatalities to one primary factor:
Jan 22, 2021, 2:17 PM
For those who are sensitive, black mold can produce a wide range of symptoms. Usually, these occur in the respiratory tract and may include watery eyes, sneezing, wheezing, running nose, scratchy throat, etc. For those who have asthma, it can make their asthma worse or even provoke a full-on asthma attack. There is even evidence that black mold can cause psychiatric issues in some people, including insomnia, anxiety, depression, inattentiveness, and general brain fog. If the presence of mold in your home is due to negligence by the landlord, property manager, or building owner, you may be entitled to compensation for medical treatment, property damage, and even reduced quality of life.
Jan 22, 2021, 1:32 PM
Hidden issues and dangerous conditions that can exist in old buildings. If you live in one of New York’s older buildings, and you suspect that the building has lead paint, mold, lead pipes or outdated electrical systems, it’s important to know you have the right to demand action from your landlord to address these issues. If they don't address them, we can help!
Jan 15, 2021, 12:00 PM
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