Hi and welcome to Just Answer,
I feel the need to speak with you about a number of realities about your issue and JA.
1. We are not allowed to recommend any particular attorney in any area on this site. If we do, it will have consequences on our ability to continue as a JA expert.
2. As the site says, even if you were working with a particular JA expert here, we do not have an attorney-client relationship so there is no confidentiality. Everyone can read these exchanges. That is a necessary rule. Why? Because when I represent a client, I have to discuss with him the good and the bad parts of his case. The privilege makes sure that all of our conversations remain between him and me
3. I am a NYC personal injury attorney. I do not have experience in the area of your inquiry. But let's assume I did. I WOULD STILL NOT BE ABLE TO ADVISE YOU AS IF I WERE YOUR ATTORNEY LET ALONE REPRESENT YOU ON YOUR CASE! The same JA rules would apply to a JA NYC personal injury attorney with the expertise you are looking for. Please understand that.
4. I would refer you to the disclaimer on the site above, and I would add what I say at the end of all my answers:
"But remember this is not legal advice. You have to consult with an attorney in your state and discuss this matter with him or her.
To find an attorney, go online to Martindale.com. This is a nationwide directory we lawyers use ourselves to find highly qualified legal specialists in various fields of law. These lawyers are NOT in Martindale because they paid to be included. They are there because they are rated as QUALIFIED by other lawyers in their field of expertise and geographic area as it applies to your kind of case. The process is this: other lawyers are asked to fill out questionnaires giving their opinion of the quality of the work of the law firm that ultimately appears in Martindale.
The site is organized geographically and by legal specialty. Consult with two or three and select the one you are most comfortable with. The Martindale listing will have the names of current or past clients. Contact those clients as references for the firm."
5. Personal injury cases are handled on a contingency basis. ....1/3 of the recovery.Consultations are almost always free so the attorney can make a decision as to why he or she wants to take the case AND whether you want that attorney to represent you. So I refer you to my personal disclaimer above. Then you can get all the technical and legal advice; it will cost you nothing and you will be protected by the attorney-client privilege.
6. Many of the major medical/dental malpractice firms have IN HOUSE doctors or nurses to review cases. These health professionals review medical records, claims, etc. with a medico-legal eye. Therefore, you would get a preliminary legal and medical opinion on the first visit.
7. To wrap this up. You said you were "......really requesting to speak w/someone in New York that knows the in's & outs regarding toxic mold /medical responsibilities"
NO ONE ON THIS SITE WOULD BE PERMITTED TO ANSWER YOUR QUESTION BECAUSE THE ANSWER, NO MATTER WHAT KIND OF SPIN WE PUT ON IT....WOULD BE LEGAL ADVICE.