Toxic exposure may occur in one-time incidents such as gasoline tank explosions or tanker truck collisions. Sometimes toxic exposure develops over time, such as when residents of a building are in close proximity day after day to hazardous building materials. Resulting injuries can include headaches, burn injuries, respiratory ailments and skin rashes. Prosecution of a toxic exposure case will include the same elements as other personal injury claims, including:
- Investigation of sources and causes of injury
- Evaluation of injuries
- Determination of negligence
- Preparation of compelling arguments in support of people affected by associated negligence
You may have been a victim of toxic exposure when you became ill or developed chronic conditions because of exposure to:
- Leaky gas pipes
- Boiler room explosions
- Unsafe chemicals in building materials or cleaning products
- Lead paint
- Hazardous waste
Did your building superintendent neglect to take action when defective plumbing piping released toxic substances into your home or work environment? This is but one example of a scenario that may bring answers and ultimately relief through a settlement or verdict. Paris & Chaikin, PLLC, has the track record you should be looking for when you have suffered because of someone's negligence resulting in toxic exposure.
Lawyers at Paris & Chaikin, PLLC, include board of director members of the New York State Trial Lawyers Association. They are members of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum and the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum. They are prepared to fight for compensation you are eligible for as a toxic exposure victim.
New York City Attorney For Toxic Exposure Offers Free Consultations
Were you left with a lingering medical condition after you were exposed to a cloud of chlorine gas? Find out who was responsible — and how to hold the responsible parties liable for the compensation you need for medical care and lost wage replacement. Contact Paris & Chaikin, PLLC, to schedule a free consultation. Call us in Manhattan at 646-741-4005. You can also contact us through an email message.
We represent people affected by toxic exposure on a contingency basis.*
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*Subject to case review and evaluation, and at the firm's discretion.