Toxic Exposure

Top Georgia Toxic Exposure Attorney

Kathryn Burmeister of Burmeister Law Firm has experience as a toxic exposure attorney. She is dedicated to fighting for the rights of people injured due to exposure to toxic chemicals and other hazardous substances.

Exposure to toxic chemicals threaten the health of thousands of people each day in the United States. Though it’s not always detectable right away, toxic exposure causes close to 100,000 deaths annually. Sometimes it can take years for victims to realize they’ve suffered an exposure that adversely affects their health and quality of life.

A Toxic Exposure Attorney on Your Side

If you or a loved one is experiencing illness or injury due to toxic exposure, you need high quality legal representation to help you recover financial loss and receive compensation. Most exposure occurs at work or at your home but can occur anywhere. A toxic exposure attorney who has been involved in chemical exposure litigation can work with you to bring about change and ensure your rights are respected.

The list below represents items that may contain toxic chemicals or other hazards, which can cause toxic exposure:

  • Solvents
  • Radon gas
  • Pesticides and fertilizers
  • Glues and other adhesives
  • Paint
  • Mold
  • Asbestos
  • Petroleum products
  • Many others

Certain jobs put workers at an increased risk for toxic exposure:

  • Welders
  • Automotive technicians
  • Miners
  • Manufacturing employees
  • Oil drilling and rig workers
  • Oil refinery workers
  • Construction workers
  • Farm workers
  • Sanitation facility employees
  • Healthcare workers
  • Painters

Toxic Exposure Can Cause Serious Health Issues

The health issues caused by toxic exposure can be short-lived or long-lasting. The short-lived, or acute, consequences typically arise from very high-level, intense exposure. Longer lasting issues, or chronic effects, often arise due to long-term, low level exposure.

Some common health issues caused by exposure to chemicals at toxic levels:

  • Cancer (such as Mesothelioma and others)
  • Birth defects
  • Nervous system issues
  • Respiratory diseases
  • Skin and breathing problems
  • Chemical burns and skin disfigurement
  • Brain disorders

If your doctor has diagnosed you with a disease or other injury, or have lost a loved one, due to toxic exposure, you may qualify for financial compensation. Call Kathryn Burmeister of Burmeister Law Firm now for your free, no obligation, consultation. Attorney Burmeister is the toxic exposure attorney who’s in your corner.

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