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Man-made chemicals and compounds, as well as those that occur naturally have been essential in many of the technological advancements we take for granted today. Unfortunately, many of these chemical compositions and naturally occurring minerals contain harmful substances. All too often, the companies that use these products are aware of the deadly or potentially toxic substances they contain.
Examples of relatively common products that potentially contain harmful substances include:
- Industrial, commercial, and household solvents
- Wood preservatives in furniture and playground equipment
- Fiberglass or asbestos
- Heavy metals
- Hazardous waste materials
- Certain chemicals and fumes
If you suffered workplace or environmental exposure injuries, or a loved one was hurt or died due to toxic exposure, you may be able to file a type of claim known as a “toxic tort.”
Contact The Law Offices of Tyler & Peery today to discuss your legal options with our toxic tort attorneys in San Antonio. Call (210) 774-6445 or e-mail us today. Se habla español.
What Happens to People Who Are Exposed to Harmful Substances?
Exposure to toxic chemicals—whether through industrial and household use or through contact with remnants that are disposed of in a casual fashion—can cause serious physical problems, including life-threatening illness and even death. An experienced San Antonio toxic tort attorney at The Law Offices of Tyler & Peery can give you straightforward answers, provide sound legal advice, and offer dedicated representation in pursuing fair compensation for you or your loved one's toxic chemical exposure injuries.
Common injuries resulting from exposure to toxic and/or harmful substances include:
- Brain injury
- Contact burns and injury to the lungs or eyes
- Birth defects
- Seizure disorders and asthma
- Cancer caused by workplace or environmental exposure
We represent clients in South Texas and across the state in recovering full and fair monetary damages for medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. We can also pursue substantial punitive damages where appropriate, either in an individual toxic torts lawsuit or as part of a class action.
If you wish to discuss your legal options with an experienced attorney who has industry knowledge, impressive legal skills, and access to substantial resources and experts, contact our office today to schedule a free and completely confidential consultation.
Call us at (210) 774-6445 or fill out and submit an online contact form to discuss your environmental exposure case with our toxic tort lawyers in San Antonio.