If you’ve been injured because of exposure to hazardous chemicals, we can file a toxic tort claim with the goal of recouping the “damages” (losses and injuries) you’ve suffered. If you file a personal injury case, you may be able to get compensated for your:
It’s crucial to speak with a lawyer who understands and has experience with toxic tort cases like yours. So contact our toxic tort lawyers today.
Oil and Pipeline pollution is an ever increasing occurrence in East Texas. Hidden dangers lurk beneath the soils of East Texas because our lands are criss-crossed with millions of feet of oil and gas pipelines, as well as salt water pipelines, many of which have been in place since the 1930's.
Neglect and disrepair are causing more and more failures to occur resulting in severe injuries to people and animals through pollution to pastures, creeks and water sources.
If you’ve experienced harm or injury because of toxic materials such as oil and pipeline solutions or some other toxic substances, you may be entitled to receive compensation. Contact our toxic chemical exposure lawyers at the Patton, Nix, and Young Law Firm.
It is unfortunately easier than you may realize to be exposed to hazardous substances because of the negligence of a business or entity.
Here are a few examples how a person may be exposed to toxic chemicals:
Pesticides - Pesticides can be found in the produce we eat and other substances. Exposure to pesticides can cause small side effects, such as stinging eyes, rashes, and blisters, or major side effects including blindness or, in rare circumstances, death.
Asbestos - An individual may be exposed to asbestos from products containing this substance, including popcorn ceiling, roof asphalt, cement, floor tiles, and more. Exposure to asbestos can cause asbestosis or cancer.
Lead - A child may get lead poisoning by eating paint chips from lead-based paint at home or at school. Lead poisoning can cause learning disabilities and other side effects.
Other common substances a person may be exposed to include:
Millions of pounds of toxic chemicals are released each year into our air, soil, and water in Texas. These chemicals can pose serious health risks, especially if the chemicals enter your water wells and drinking water.
The toxic exposure lawyers at Patton Nix, & Young have the experience and the resources to fight the large corporations responsible. We want to bring justice to those harmed by their actions.
If you have suffered land damage or serious injury because of pollution, you should seek the advice of a toxic tort attorney who is experienced and knowledgeable about toxic tort law.
Please contact us to schedule a free case evaluation with one of our toxic chemical exposure attorneys in Longview, TX.