Many people work in industries that use and/or produce chemicals that can be harmful with repeated exposure. If the company is aware of certain dangers, and does nothing to protect its employees (or the general public) from toxic exposure, they are considered to be negligent and can be held liable for their actions.
The condition of toxic exposure happens when people are regularly put into contact with chemicals that are considered to be dangerous. Two of the most common chemicals that have been attributed to many lawsuits include benzene and asbestos. While there are more than seventy five thousand chemicals registered for use with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, only very few have actually been tested for risks to humans.
Although you may not always realize it, NYC can be a hazardous place to live, even in seemingly safe areas. That is because there are many areas in which toxic fumes and substances can come into contact with the public and cause serious injuries. Exposure to toxic substances poses great health risks, and if you or a loved one has suffered an injury or health problems due to toxic exposure, you can contact Paul Dansker & Aspromonte Associates a NYC toxic exposure attorney for help as soon as possible.
This is because of the grave seriousness of such incidents, as lingering health problems can persist long into the future, and even unfortunate deaths can occur due to toxic exposure. Our toxic exposure attorney at Paul Dansker & Aspromonte can consult with you regarding the details of the incident, and can let you know whether you have a case against an individual, business or entity. Sometimes toxic exposure can be easily avoided if only businesses and other entities followed safety guidelines and regulations. They have a responsibility to keep the public safe from such harmful fumes and substances, and if they are negligent in their duties, they can be found at fault.
Paul Dansker & Aspromonte NYC toxic exposure attorneys will fight on your behalf to ensure you get all the help and monetary compensation you need and deserve, including payment for medical bills and treatment, pain and suffering, lost wages, mental anguish, and any major lifestyle changes that must be made if you develop more serious health issues as a result of the incident.
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