Charleston Toxic Exposure Attorney
Representing Victims of Acute or Single Incident Exposure
Toxic exposure is a nuanced and complex area of personal injury law that nevertheless has lasting effects on a victim’s health and wellbeing. Exposure occurs in any place where chemicals or other hazardous materials are present, including in a negligent workplace, a place where poisonous materials where mishandled or dumped by a business, or unsafe chemicals used in food at a restaurant or supermarket, just to name a few.
Dangerous chemicals, materials, and other hazardous materials include, but are not limited to:
- Benzene or gasoline
- Silica dust
Even a single exposure to these and other substances can cause acute poisoning that can lead to long-lasting illness such as lung disease, leukemia, mesothelioma, liver cancer, or even wrongful death.
If you have suffered exposure to a toxic chemical, it is vital that you contact a Charleston personal injury attorney for help filing a claim for compensation.
Deep Knowledge of Medical Issues Caused by Chemical Exposure
To prove a toxic exposure case, you need a lawyer who has knowledge and experience with not only the law, but the associated medical issues. At Troy Law Firm, PLLC, I can consult with experts in the field in order to build a solid claim.
You must also prove that the exposure was due to negligence or intentional malice, which is why it is vital that you document everything and keep thorough medical records, including any worsening symptoms. This will help strengthen your case, no matter what the circumstances, and give me, as your Charleston personal injury lawyer, more evidence in your matter.
Discuss Your Injuries During a Free Consultation
The sooner you retain the Troy Law Firm, PLLC, the faster I can begin working on your case. I will work hard to help you gain financial compensation for your medical or rehabilitation bills, loss of wages, pain and suffering, or final expenses, when you have lost a loved one due to exposure.
For legal help in West Virginia or a surrounding community, call today. I also serve areas of Kentucky that border West Virginia. These include: Greenup, Boyd, Carter, Elliott, Lawrence, Johnson, Martin, Floyd, and Pike.
Call (304) 924-2209 for help from an experienced Charleston toxic exposure attorney.