This is the information I found for you. You have a right to move out, keep your receipts and sue your landlord. It is not rational to file suit while you don't have a roof over your head. Lawsuits are expensive, time consuming and not your first priority. The liability is likely going to be … Read more
Well, if you caused the flooding, your rights may be compromised, and you may have to get an attorney to help you out. But if your apartment flooded because of something someone else did, it is your landlord's responsibility to get it cleaned up and remove carpeting if necessary.