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Mold Victim Rights Association Introduces Help for Mold-Exposed Homeowners, Renters, and Employees

September 24, 2013

The Mold Victim Rights Association announces new services to help mold-sickened employees, tenants, home buyers, insured property owners, and mold removal clients who have been victimized by uncaring and unresponsive employers, landlords, home sellers, home builders, insurance companies, and mold remediation companies.

Montrose, Michigan, September 23, 2013 — The Mold Victim Rights Association (MVRA) announces help through its website for toxic mold victims who have been mold exposed in these ten mold-infested environments and situations.

1. Working in a moldy workplace;
2. Renting a moldy rental house, apartment, condo, office, or commercial building;
3. Staying in a moldy hotel, motel, or resort room;
4. Living in a moldy home purchased from a seller or new home builder who failed to disclose known mold infestations;
5. Having a water leak and resulting mold damage problem caused by an adjoining condominium, apartment, or other rental unit;
6. Making mortgage payments to a lender for a mold-contaminated house, condo, or commercial building;
7. Being unable to pay for needed mold remediation because the insurance company has wrongfully denied a water or mold damage insurance claim;
8. Living or working in a moldy house or building that was improperly or incompletely mold remediated by a mold remediation company;
9. Living or working in a building that has been water and mold damaged by a negligent building contractor such as a roofing, plumbing, or air conditioning company; and
10. Attending school or teaching or working in a mold-infested school.

Mold victims can suffer from over one hundred major mold sicknesses that are listed on the home page of

The Mold Victim Rights Association (MVRA) provides these services to members:

1. Professional, nationwide home and workplace mold inspection, testing, and removal by Certified Environmental Hygienists, Certified Mold Inspectors, and Certified Mold Remediators. To find an expert hygienist or mold inspector, visit and

2. Mold Health Warning Letter to warn an offending employer, landlord, property seller, new home building company or contractor, bank, property insurer, or mold removal firm about the serious and devastating health problems from mold exposure, and to recommend that the mold offender arrange for expert mold inspection, testing, and remediation.

3. National Mold Offender Registry. If a mold offender does not properly take care of the building’s mold problems, the MVRA will enter the mold offender and the moldy property into the MVRA National Mold Offender Registry on its website

4. MVRA Group Legal Plan. The MVRA group legal plan attorneys can help mold victim members to benefit from offender-paid building mold removal and to receive financial compensation for the member’s mold-related health expenses, lost wages due to illness, mold cleaning of the member’s possessions, and storage and moving expenses.

Learn more about the MVRA by visiting, phoning Phillip Fry, MVRA executive director, toll-free 1-866-300-1616, or Phillip’s cell phone 1-480-310-7970, or emailing

Phillip Fry
Mold Victim Rights Association
10104 Sheridan Rd,
Montrose, MI 48457


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