Experienced Legal Representation In Toxic Exposure Cases
“Toxic torts” refer to litigation related to exposure to toxic substances such as dangerous chemicals or fumes. Notorious toxic exposure injuries affecting large numbers of people have included:
- Lung damage or acquired allergies caused by cigarette smoke, either firsthand or secondhand
- Mesothelioma (a rare cancer of the lining of the lungs) triggered by exposure to asbestos at work or elsewhere
- Silicosis (a fibrotic condition of the lungs) caused by exposure to crystalline silica during sandblasting
- Popcorn lung disease affecting workers in microwave popcorn factories
- Adverse respiratory reactions to welding of stainless steel
- Illnesses caused by exposure to mold resulting from defective home construction methods
Mayer & Associates, P.C., can provide assertive legal representation in an injury or wrongful death claim involving toxic substances.
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All of these examples have resulted in hundreds of thousands of settlements and verdicts. This means there are ample legal precedents in court records that can help new sufferers of these ailments.
Likewise, if you have suffered injury or deterioration of your health because of a unique, one-time toxic exposure incident, we can help. You may have suffered skin burns while driving a rental car with an antifreeze leak. You may have been exposed to toxic fumes in a workplace accident. In that case, you may be able to file an injury claim against a third party in addition to pursuing workers’ compensation.
Schedule A Free Consultation With A Kansas City Toxic Torts Attorney
Our lawyer’s 25-plus years of experience, our no-nonsense approach and our respect for our clients are all good reasons to reach out to Mayer & Associates, P.C. We welcome the opportunity to demonstrate how we can help you recover compensation for medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering through a toxic torts claim or lawsuit. Call today at 816-692-2877 or complete our online contact form to get started.