Can I sue the seller or inspection company for failure to disclose defects?

Question Details: I purchased my first home 2 weeks shy of a year ago. My agent recommended the inspector, who gave a clean bill of health on the home. My agent also recommended the pest control company who also reported no moisture, fungus or organisms in the crawl space. About 6 months ago, I noticed my floors were separating from the walls and sinking in places. My son’s room was almost 1/2 inch lower than the rest of the house. Along with these issues, I also had cracks appearing in the brick on the front of house. I called the inspector several months later and asked him to come back out to the house. He did come back out but did not inspect the home. He said the house was fine and that I’m being too picky. I called the plant board and asked for an investigation against pest control company. The board issued a substandard inspection against the pest company and sited them to fix a portion of my subfloors rotted joists. The pest control hired a man to do said repairs and this man discovered that I had new subfloors installed on rotted old subfloors. He would not make any repairs stating this is not a good thing. I decided to hire a structural engineer. Upon his inspection he discovered visible moisture damage, fungus wood rot, 11 cracked joists and that’s not even a fraction of the damage. All which the engineer said would have taken years to occur and should have been spotted by inspector. The engineer also noted that my house was not safe to live in until damages are fixed. I’m a single mom who feels like I was totally scammed by everyone involved. Do I have any recourse?

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