Exposure to Toxic Substances
The injuries a construction worker can sustain are not limited to workplace accidents. Often workers are exposed to toxic material and chemicals. These materials can have deadly effects on a worker. Sometimes the effects are immediate. Other times the effects to do not manifest for years. When toxic substances are stored and handled properly the workers are safe. Any negligence on the part of the construction company in the storage of these substances or handling procedures can render deadly results to the worker. Top of Form
The attorneys at Duke Burleson & Associates provide years of courtroom experience to those families and individuals who have been lost or suffered injuries due to toxic exposure.
At Duke Burleson & Associates we understand the hardships that accompany an injury or loss. The personal injury attorneys at Duke Burleson & Associates can help with the issues of medical bills, loss of employment, disability, and many other difficult situations.Toxic Exposure Effects
The specific effects of toxic exposure depends upon various factors including:
- The Type of Toxic Substance
- The Length of the Exposure
- The Intensity of the Exposure
In some instances, symptoms may subside quickly with medical treatment, but in other cases a construction worker may have to contend with the ailments for the rest of his or her life. The consequences of toxic exposure may include:
- Brain Damage
- Lung Damage
- Nerve Damage
If you or a loved one has been injured due to toxic exposure Duke Burleson & Associates may be able to recover damages on your behalf. This may include compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, inability to work, and lost income. Let the personal injury attorneys at Duke Burleson & Associates get to work for you.