New York City Housing Authority contractors remediate mold at LaGuardia Houses in Manhattan. New York City Housing Authority contractors remediate mold at LaGuardia Houses in Manhattan. (Photo: ALM archives)

Claims adjusters and managers recognize that most home and business policies have caps on the amount paid out to deal with mold remediation.

In the early 2000s, the mold remediation industry was still pretty new. Although some state regulations regarding mold remediation would develop later, no federal mold remediation rules ever came into being. The lack of government control left the industry to establish its own acceptable standards for the proper way to deal with mold contamination.

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