While there are policies and laws in place to protect people and the environment, large organizations continue to pollute and contaminate the environment around them, somecompanies negligently handle their chemical waste by poisoning the air, soil, water, and wildlife. In many cases, this pollution puts everyone’s lives and livelihoods at risk. Toxic exposure can occur through unsafe work environments for employees in certain industries or toxic materials in consumer products.
Unfortunately, countless individuals lose their lives to toxic exposure and environmental hazards. Those who survive are often left with long-term health complications that drastically reduce their quality of life. Whether from toxic exposure through dangerous products or environmental hazards, these companies should be held responsible for their actions.
These cases are incredibly complex. They can take the form of a toxic tort, product liability, or occupational injury disease claims. To ensure you recover the damages you deserve, you need the help of a trusted toxic exposure attorney on your side.
The Louisiana- and Mississippi-based legal team at Gainsburgh, Benjamin, David, Meunier & Warshauer, L.L.C. has built a reputation for handling toxic exposure and environmental hazard cases. We possess the resources, experience, and knowledge to pursue complex litigation and aggressively seek compensation for you.
Types of Toxic Exposure Cases
As we mentioned earlier, these cases can occur in various situations. In some, a company negligently dumps their toxic waste, polluting the air, soil, and water around them. Others involve workers who suffered prolonged exposure due to working in an unsafe environment. And in some, products, such as makeup and toys, contain dangerous products that threaten the lives of the consumer.
Our team of attorneys has experience handling many of these cases, including those that involve:
- Toxic contamination exposure
- Chemical exposure
- Inhalation exposure
- Asbestos exposure
- Benzene exposure
- Chemical burns
While these kinds of exposures can lead to a wide array of minor short-term health issues (such as throat irritation, trouble breathing, temporary vision loss, and more), they can also develop into long-term health concerns, including:
- Burns and disfigurement
- Organ damage or failure
- Weakening of the immune system
- Development of cancer and other life-threatening diseases
- Development of allergies and asthma
- Reproductive issues
- Birth defects
- Cognitive, intellectual, and physical development issues in children
The attorneys at Gainsburgh, Benjamin, David, Meunier & Warshauer, L.L.C. are committed to fighting for the justice our clients deserve. Our New Orleans attorneys possess the skills and experience to prepare a case thoroughly and navigate the legal proceedings of a toxic exposure lawsuit. We are more than willing and ready to fight for you, contact us today for a consultation.