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How do I Choose the Best Toxic Mold Lawyer?

By Erin J. Hill
Updated May 17, 2024
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When choosing a toxic mold lawyer, you should call or write to various professionals in your area to ask about their qualifications and past cases they have handled. The type of lawyer you will need depends on the case you intend to bring against someone and what will be involved involved. For instance, if you are suing a landlord because you became ill due to toxic mold in your apartment, you will want to find a personal injury lawyer. If you bought a house which contains toxic mold that did not show up during an inspection, you should hire a lawyer who specializes in real estate matters.

One of the most reliable ways to find a good toxic mold lawyer is to talk with others who have had a similar case to yours. Most consumers are all too willing to spread the word on a professional’s performance, either good or bad. If a particular attorney gets good reviews from people you know or through a rating website or organization, you know that he or she is a good lawyer. This does not guarantee that you will win your case, but you will at least know the person has experience and has done a good job for others.

If you don’t know anyone who has hired a toxic mold lawyer in the past and can’t find a rating website or area for customer comments on the attorneys sites, you can call attorneys in your area and sit down with each person for an interview. Explain the case to them and ask questions about their previous experience with cases the same or similar to yours. They will also be able to tell you whether or not your case is something they are confident can win or settle.

Discuss any issues you may have with your lawyer about his or her performance and try to resolve differences amicably. Professionals should listen to your ideas and concerns and take into account how you want the case to go. He or she should also offer advice on the situation to give you the best outcome for all parties involved.

Additionally, you will need to find a toxic mold lawyer whose fees are within your budget. If you are filing a lawsuit against someone, there are lawyers who do not charge a fee unless you win the case. Others may charge flat rate fees or hourly rates, so be sure you ask for a ballpark price for all expenses up front so you aren’t surprised. Sometimes spending more is worth it, as in a high risk case in which you don’t want to take a chance on a young or new attorney.

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