Being exposed to a toxic substance is dangerous and can have life-altering consequences, including serious illness or death. Symptoms of medical problems could occur immediately, but often a condition does not present itself until many years down the road. In both instances, it is vital that you consult with an experienced toxic exposure injury attorney as soon as possible and assert your rights.
Toxic exposure injury cases are extremely complex, requiring a knowledgeable
At Bonifield & Rosenstengel, P.C., our toxic exposure lawyers have more than 55 years of combined legal experience, and
we have successfully handled many extremely difficult cases. We will utilize all of our resources, and we will work hard
to get you the compensation you need.
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We accept personal injury cases on a contingency fee basis. You will not pay a fee unless we win your case or negotiate a settlement.
Exposure to toxic chemicals can lead to catastrophic illnesses such as leukemia, lymphoma, mesothelioma and other serious medical conditions. While the effects are often irreversible, our attorneys fight hard to see that you can afford necessary future medical care and replace lost wages. We make it our priority to hold negligent parties accountable and we make sure our clients’ rights are fully protected.
Toxins can affect a person whose skin is exposed to a toxic substance, through inhalation or accidental ingestion. Common toxic exposure cases include:
Of course, this list represents only a few of the many possible instances of toxic exposure – whatever your situation, our lawyers are here to help.
Additionally, many toxic exposure accidents occur at a person’s place of employment. We are experienced workers’ compensation attorneys who aggressively pursue the full range of benefits to which our clients are entitled.
Speak to our firm as soon as possible if you believe you were exposed to a toxic substance. The sooner you visit our office, the sooner we can preserve vital evidence and begin developing your case. Call our firm ator . Your initial consultation is free, and we will answer any initial questions you might have.