Chemical Exposure

What is Chemical Exposure?

When someone comes in contact with a dangerous or toxic chemical, either knowingly or accidentally, several health consequences can arise as a result.

Chemical exposure can occur in a variety of places and circumstances:

  • Factories
  • Office buildings
  • Construction sites
  • Manufacturing plants
  • Toxic soil exposure
  • Train accidents
  • Truck accidents
  • Landfills and/or exposure to drums used to hold chemicals
  • Bodies of water (natural or man-made)

Industries or factories that have a high possibility of chemical exposure:

  • Mines
  • Plastics
  • Construction
  • Paint
  • Automotive
  • Waste disposal

Chemical exposure can cause endocrine-disruption, immunological dysfunction, neurological damage, cancer, and birth defects. If you or a loved one have been hurt or injured from a toxic chemical, please contact us for a free, no obligation case review.

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