NYC Mold Litigation And Arbitration Cases Increasing Due To Superstorm Sandy Flooding
As Hurricane Sandy has created extreme hardships for homeowners and tenants in NYC and surrounding areas, many are seeking legal alternatives to clean up the toxic mold from their homes, apartments, and condos.
NEW YORK, March 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- One NYC mold inspection and mold removal company has been receiving media attention for their proprietary mold inspection and reporting software, recognized as industry standard for court cases, insurance claims, other claims for relief or support, mold inspections for financial institutions, and more. As their software creates comprehensive reports that are clean cut and easy to read and understand, many homeowners and property owners are seeking out Five Boro Mold Specialist Inc. just for this particular service. Five Boro Mold Specialist Inc. also assists property owners with insurance claims along with being able to bill insurance companies directly, saving the property owner the hassles and headaches of dealing with insurance companies. A recent NYC mold litigation case between tenants and landlords, property owners, and condo associations- New York State Supreme Court, Appellate Division, First Department, No. 4810. Cornell v. 360 West 51st Street Realty et al., New York This particular case was first lost by the tenant, of which, the tenant filed an appeal with the Manhattan Supreme Court and had her verdict over turned in her favor. This recent mold litigation case has opened the doors for tenants to be able to have peace of mind when it comes to the air they breathe in their own home, apartment, or condo. Due to all of the recent media attention mold has been receiving, new laws and bills are being created and presented to the senate for stricter rules and regulations on mold and air quality. Landlords, property owners, and property management companies which have been literally getting away with proverbial murder, now have a legitimate reason to make a genuine effort at keeping their tenants dwellings free and clear of toxic mold.