A toxic exposure accident can either result in immediate pain, injury, or death or it can take months, years, or longer for the toxic exposure injury to surface. You may not realize the link between your toxic exposure injury and the toxic exposure accident and that is why it is so important for you to engage an aggressive, experienced toxic exposure lawyer to investigate the incident, prove liability, and fight to get you the justice and compensation you deserve.
Toxic exposure injury comes in many forms and from many sources. Injuries can include:
- Asthma, lung damage
- Nausea, dizziness, shortness of breath, headaches, and flu like symptoms
- Skin issues, irritations, rash, scarring
- Eye irritation and injuries, including blindness
- Brain damage
- Nerve damage
- Organ damage
- Wrongful death
- Fertility defects
- Infant and child defects
- And many others
Sources of toxic exposure can include:
- Chemical poisons
- And many others
Toxic exposure lawsuits are often necessary to utilize the power of the court to conduct thorough, detailed investigations into the toxic exposure and to work with experts in the particular fields necessary to not only prove your case, but to assess and treat your injuries.
Moreover, toxic exposure may occur while you’re on the job and that will involve the workers compensation system, which we are highly qualified to handle. And certainly, if there is a third-party responsible for your on-the-job toxic exposure injury, we can also handle that lawsuit in civil court simultaneously, making for a potent offense against the wrongdoers.
Many times, government agencies are the defendants in toxic exposure accident cases. These claims can be very complex. They require more steps, the filing of additional documents and tighter deadlines. And unlike a claim against another person or private company, the victim only has six months to file their claim. A skilled toxic exposure lawyer from The Dominguez Firm is crucial to help you navigate this kind of claim.
If you or a loved one were the victim of a toxic exposure, call us at 800-818-1818 for a free consultation. And as always, we promise: if there is no recovery, there is no fee!