First, you should seek any necessary medical treatment and make sure that your health is ok. If you have not suffered any physical injuries, it is probably not a claim that an attorney would be willing to pursue, given the costs involved. If, on the other hand your doctor believes you have suffered damages or injuries, you should contact an attorney in your community.
If you have sustained an injury, you may have a claim. However, in the absence of an actual injury, there is no viable claim because even if there has been negligence, there must be harm proximately caused by the negligence for a viable cause of action for negligence or products liability. If a medical doctor determines that you have sustained a significant injury as a result of the mold ingestion, you should consult with a local attorney to determine if you have a viable cause of action. In the interim, preserve any evidence as this will be essential for the prosecution of your claim, should one exist.
Without further information about the extent of your injury, it is unclear whether you would have a case worth pursuing. You must be able to prove that the material was mold and that the injuries you had were a result of consuming it. You should get necessary medical treatment and then talk to an experienced attorney in your area.
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