Experienced Lawyers Fighting For Victims Of Toxic Exposure
When people are exposed to toxic chemicals, the effects can be deadly. A person can suffer from chemical exposure on the job, at home because of defective products, or through environmental contamination. Many heavy metals are considered carcinogens that may cause cancer or neurological disease, while other hydrocarbon solvents can be extremely dangerous. When buying apartments in New York, property owners are required to disclose the presence of lead paint.
Unfortunately, exposure to toxic chemicals causes illness and death in New Yorkers every year. If you or a loved one is experiencing serious health effects that may be tied to toxic exposure, contact Antin, Ehrlich & Epstein, LLP, Attorneys at Law, to learn how we may be able to help you seek compensation and accountability.
Common Examples Of Dangerous Substances And Related Illnesses
Our attorneys represent clients in toxic tort cases related to:
- Mesothelioma caused by exposure to asbestos
- Benzene exposure
- Toxic encephalopathy
- Vinyl chloride exposure
- Coal tar pitch exposure
- Lead poisoning
All too often, organizations and property owners do not take the proper care when disposing of waste or maintaining a premise. While short exposures to chemicals like asbestos can cause damage, other chemicals produce a disease over a long period of time. Businesses and organizations know this, and when victims try to bring cases, they the businesses and organizations defend it aggressively. If you believe that you or a loved one has suffered chemical exposure, our skilled legal team is here to fight for you.
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We believe it is critical to help exposure victims receive appropriate compensation and ensure that the polluting party is held accountable. Our experienced attorneys have obtained tens of millions for clients in their decades of practice. They will work just as hard for you.
To schedule a free initial consultation with one of our toxic torts lawyers, submit an online contact form or call us at 917-730-7151.