Exposure to Toxic Substances
Construction workers may be exposed to toxic chemicals and substances while working on construction sites. Symptoms of exposure to some of these substances may be noticeable within minutes, while other side effects may take some time, even years, to show its symptoms.
If the correct procedures are followed, and chemicals are handled and stored appropriately, workers are protected from wrongful exposure. Victims of toxic poisoning may be eligible for compensation.
Toxic Exposure Effects
The effects of toxic exposure can depend upon various factors including:
- The Type of Toxic Substance
- The Length of the Exposure
- The Intensity of the Exposure
Whether it is you or a loved one who has been injured due to head or brain trauma, our attorneys may be able to recover damages on your behalf. This may include compensation for medical bills, pain, and suffering, inability to work, and lost income. Let our personal injury attorneys get to work for you.
Through medical treatment, some symptoms may be cured within a short amount of time. In other instances, victims may have to endure the symptoms or result of toxic poisoning for the rest of their life. The consequences of toxic exposure may include:
- Brain Damage
- Lung Damage
- Nerve Damage
If you or a loved one has experienced or continues to suffer from the effects of poisoning within the workplace, you are entitled to compensation. Give us a call for a free consultation with our skilled attorneys.