Hazardous Chemical Exposure Cases : Injury Attorneys
Have you been exposed to hazardous chemicals or other materials? Let our law firm provide the relief you need from your injuries.
Hazardous chemicals are increasingly used in today’s manufacturing, oil, and processing industries. Every year millions of tons of chemicals are used by workers in the jobs they perform. Many of these chemicals have been proven to cause serious bodily injury to people exposed to them.
Injuries resulting from exposure to chemicals include respiratory problems, chemical burns, cancer, blindness, nerve damage, birth defects, and death. In some circumstances, the employee may not link the injury they sustained to the chemicals used in their jobs. Who do I have a claim against?
You may have a claim against a third party if your injury resulted from the unsafe storage, use or disposal of toxic chemicals or fumes. Additionally, a claim may be made if unsafe work practices or a lack of training and supervision resulted in your exposure to toxic chemicals.
Under Texas law, your employer must provide you with a safe working environment and protect you from hazards including the dangers associated with toxic chemicals. Your employer may be liable for injuries resulting from the accidental release of toxic chemicals and gases. Your employer is also required to provide you with appropriate safety equipment including: goggles, gloves, and respirators depending on the type of chemical you are working with.
If you or a loved one have been exposed to toxic chemicals or fumes, contact our law office and a licensed attorney will meet with you concerning your injury. Our experienced staff of workplace injury attorneys will aggressively pursue your case seeking every penny that you deserve. Practice Areas: Car Accidents, Trucking Accidents, On the Job Injuries, Wrongful Death, Construction Accidents, Boating Accidents. Premises Liability. Contact Us.
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