How many times has a claim file landed on the desk of an adjuster or defense attorney with little more than one or two mold test reports and a huge bill for remediation that already has been completed? How does the adjuster or defense attorney evaluate the validity of the mold claim or the remediation costs?

When claimants are demanding immediate action, how does an adjuster or attorney properly handle potential mold claims that may involve responsible third parties in order to preserve third-party claims that may eventually end up on the desk of other adjusters or attorneys?

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