Every day, thousands of individuals experience health issues related to exposure to toxic chemicals and other types of pollutants in the environment. Sometimes, the exposure occurs over a number of years, such as in workplace, whereas other times, the exposure happens on only one occasion.
Whatever the case may be, corporations and businesses who allow the public to be exposed to dangerous toxins should be held responsible for the injuries that result. The experienced environmental injury attorneys of Steinger, Iscoe & Greene know how to help those in Port St Lucie who find themselves in this situation. We are here to assist you in filing a legal claim for compensation against the parties responsible for injuries resulting from toxic exposure. You can contact our lawyers today for a free evaluation about your potential claim.
Environmental injuries can occur in a variety of settings, whether the toxic exposure results from the air that you breathe at work or in your home, the water that you drink, or the outdoor place where your children play. Depending on the circumstances of toxic exposure and the extent of resulting injuries, you may be able to file a claim for compensation with the insurance company for the business or party responsible for contaminating your environmental surroundings. Some substances that may contain toxins that can lead to environmental injuries include:
You can learn more about various toxins and how people may be exposed to them through information provided by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. With the help of lawyers from Steinger, Iscoe & Greene, you can work toward a resolution of any claim for environmental injury that you might have suffered as a result of exposure to toxins or other substances.
All of the toxins listed above, as well as many others, can lead to severe environmental injuries with long-lasting effects, particularly for young children and pregnant women. Birth defects are just one example of the type of injury can result from exposure to certain types of toxic chemicals or other substances. Other types of injuries that may result include cognitive impairments, neurological problems, respiratory and pulmonary conditions, and cancer. Given the severity of many of these medical conditions, some of which may last indefinitely, determining whether you are entitled to compensation for your injuries is an important step to recovering not only from the physical ailments of toxin exposure, but also from the financial impact of extensive medical bills and perhaps an inability to work due to your condition.
At Steinger, Iscoe & Greene, we are dedicated to protecting the rights of those who have been injured as a result of environmental toxins. Request a free consultation with one of our environmental injury attorneys today and learn how we can assist you with any potential claim that you may have.