Court Finds Cleaning Company's Mold Disclaimer Was Not Unconscionable

Court Finds Cleaning Company's Mold Disclaimer Was Not Unconscionable

CHARLESTON, W.Va. - A West Virginia court on April 26 affirmed a ruling in favor of a cleaning company that was hired to restore a house damaged by sewer backup, finding that a disclaimer issued by the company excluding liability for mold growth was not unconscionable and did not violate public policy (Brandy Pingley, et al. v. Perfection Plus Turbo Dry LLC, No. 11-1605, W. Va. Sup. App.; 2013 W. Va. LEXIS 422).

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