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Mold

Contact the firm below if you have been the victim of an improperly maintained residence and you landlord has refused to remedy the problems.

Water intrusion can cause the growth of mold and other problems that make your home unhealthy and uninhabitable.  Nidel Law has represented a number of clients in the D.C. area and around the nation who have been impacted by water intrusion and the growth of mold, and other pathogens that can lead to injury.

If you or your loved one has been living in unhealthy conditions due to the presence of excessive water, moisture, mold, or rat or rodent infestation, please fill out the contact form below so that we can evaluate your case.

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