New Blog dedicated to Toxic Mold ( aka Black Mold)

August 5, 2009

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We just started a Blog dedicated to the subject of Toxic Mold (more commonly known as Black Mold). This is a problematic condition that results not only in property damage but also presents very serious health risks and issues. Its summertime and the conditions are ideal for black mold to thrive. If you think you may be a victim of black mold, visit our new blog and contact us immediately.

Visit our Black Mold Blog at

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Slater & Zurz LLP is an Ohio law firm of highly experienced and respected attorneys. Over the last 40 years, we have developed a reputation for getting positive results for clients. We've been trusted with handling over 20,000 personal injury cases and our clients have received more than $120,000,000.

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One Comment on “New Blog dedicated to Toxic Mold ( aka Black Mold)”

  1. Howard Doughman Says:

    The bigger problems from Black Mold are the health problems that occur nearly 80% of the time. The mold ‘sneaks’ up on you without you really noticing it. Symptoms only look like allergies, a cold, maybe the flu. But over time these black mold attacks begin to break down your immune system.

    I have personally documented hair loss, short term memory impairment, of course respiratory problems and the health issues go on and on. My clients find relief when they leave the infested home or office for a day or two. That’s a pretty good indicator that you are in trouble.

    Keep mold out of your environment by controlling moisture and humidity. When you find mold it means you are only seeing the tip of the ice berg. The microscopic spores, which you are breathing, are all around you in concentrations high enough to begin breaking down your health. Clean up the mold and then clean up the spores by eliminating the moisture source.


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