People who work at chemical plants and in industrial factories face hazards daily. While these hazards are ever-present, and dangerous, they are regulated and closely monitored to prevent them from reaching toxic levels. When you suffer from toxic exposure due to a co-worker’s negligence, or as a result of defective factory equipment, the results can be devastating.
Problems due to toxic exposure include breathing hazards and brain damage. Depending on the level of toxic exposure, you can become crippled more severely with chemical burns or skin lesions, or nerve or limb damage. If you have suffered any of these injuries, you may be entitled to a settlement from your company.
If this describes you, it is crucial that you act now and contact a lawyer. The legal process can take a long time to complete, and depending on how much toxic exposure you are suffering from, you might not have much time to waste. Resulting medical bills can be costly— hundreds of thousands of dollars, and possibly even millions. It is important that those who are responsible for your toxic exposure be held accountable for their actions, and it is only right that you should have no medical bills due to somebody else’s negligence in your workplace.
The dangerous products attorneys at the Healy Scanlon Law Firm have particular experience representing injured people and the families of those killed in complex cases involving product liability, transportation, interstate trucking, auto and railroad injury, aviation injury, medical malpractice, workplace injuries, workers compensation, construction injury, premises liability and other serious or catastrophic injuries.
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