Helping Clients Who Suffer Health Ailments Caused By Chemical Exposure
Toxic chemical exposure often occurs in workplace accident circumstances. People working in an office building may be exposed after a chemical spill that releases toxic gases, which then spread quickly through the building’s ventilation system. Construction workers and warehouse workers are often susceptible to the potential for toxic chemical exposure accidents. A tanker car derailing in a train accident or a chemical spill on an interstate highway are examples of large-scale disasters that have sometimes injured many bystanders, whether workers or members of the public.
Whatever the circumstances of the accident that exposed you to toxic gases, you may now be dealing with a difficult recovery, incurring many medical expenses for:
- Emergency care
- Follow-up treatment
- Possible surgery
Toxic chemical exposure on the job may be a one-time occurrence or it may be the result of ongoing dangerous working conditions. Welders are susceptible to arc flash electrical burns and illnesses caused by exposure to dangerous gases. Perhaps exposure to toxic fumes has been part of your everyday work environment, and now you have developed an occupational disease as a result of working with hazardous materials.
Gammon & Grange, P.C., has built a strong reputation while advocating zealously for injured workers, injured surgical patients and car accident victims over many years. Our law firm’s history spans more than 30 years, and we have an impressive track record of favorable outcomes. Our lawyers can document your injuries as well as reconstruct the accident or hazardous workplace conditions that caused them. We are prepared to advise you and represent you with the goal of obtaining all the compensation you are eligible for.
Personal Injury Law Firm Serving Northern Virginia — Toxic Chemical Exposure — Contact An Attorney
For a consultation with a lawyer at Gammon & Grange, P.C., in McLean after a chemical burn injury or after diagnosis of an occupational disease involving toxic chemical exposure, call 703-761-5000 or send an email through our Contact page. Learn how our personal injury law firm has earned a reputation for effective legal advocacy for the injured.