Toxic Exposure and Poisoning

Legal Counsel from Mark Shayani

There are numerous injury and wrongful death claims that may be related to toxic exposure or poisoning, including mesothelioma, asbestos exposure, lead poisoning, benzene, insecticides, pesticides, illegal dumping, water or soil contamination, and much more. At Pacific Attorney Group, our attorneys handle all types of claims involving toxic exposure and poisoning, including industrial and work-related claims as well as cases involving household chemicals or solvents.

If you would like a free consultation regarding your case, please do not hesitate to contact our law firm. Our attorneys have more than three decades of collective legal experience to apply to your case, and we will be happy to complete an initial review to determine how we can assist you. We understand how to address even the most complex toxic exposure claims against large corporations or manufacturers. With our experience and resources on your side, you have the opportunity to seek justice even when it seems the odds are stacked against you.

Professional Help with Your Toxic Exposure Claim

At times, claims involving toxic exposure or poisoning may be highly complex. Not only may the victim need to face off against a large company with an entire legal department or team of attorneys to address the matter, but symptoms of exposure to toxins may not present themselves for decades. Mesothelioma, for example, may present 20, 40 or more years after initial exposure. With a proper investigation into all aspects of your case, however, an experienced lawyer can build a compelling case on your behalf and work toward a settlement or jury award in your favor.

Lead Poisoning Attorney

Lead poisoning occurs when an individual is exposed to lead, and this results in dangerous levels of this substance in the body, leading to illness or even death. Lead poisoning is most commonly caused by exposure to lead paints that were used commercially and in residential properties leading up to the 1960s.

Children living in older homes may be at a particular risk of lead poisoning, as they may put hands, toys or other objects in their mouths that have lead dust on them or may even eat lead paint chips that peel off the walls. Children are known for putting anything and everything in their mouths, and living or playing in an environment where lead paint and/or dust are prevalent puts them at an increased risk of injury.

Effects of Lead Poisoning

Lead poisoning typically affects the entire body. The central nervous system, kidneys and reproductive systems may suffer from lead poisoning, particularly in children that are growing and developing. At high levels, lead poisoning may lead to convulsions, coma, and even death. Fortunately, there is hope when you consult with a lead poisoning attorney regarding your case. You can find out your options, which may result in your being able to provide a better future for yourself and your family.

Do You Have a Lead Poisoning Case? Contact a Lead Poisoning Attorney

If you or your child has suffered from lead poisoning, please contact a lead poisoning attorney at our law firm as soon as possible. We may be able to help you seek and recover financial compensation for your injuries, in order to pay for medical care, any lost earnings, and other damages. Best of all, your initial consultation is free. This may be the opportunity you need to learn more about your case and taking legal action against the building owner, public housing authority or other party responsible for your exposure.

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