People throughout Missouri, Illinois, and Kentucky increasingly face exposure to harmful chemicals and toxins in their everyday lives. You don’t have to work in a factory or a lab to be exposed to toxic chemicals. There could be a real risk of inhaling dangerous substances in a home, office, school, public area or even a hospital. Many victims of chemical exposure do not realize that they have been harmed by toxins until months or even years after their exposure. Some victims mistakenly believe their symptoms or illnesses are related to something else.
If you believe you are suffering from an illness or injury related to toxic exposure or chemical inhalation, the St. Louis serious injury attorneys at The Cagle Law Firm can help. Our attorneys have extensive knowledge about the chemicals and toxins that people are commonly exposed to. We know what to look for to determine if your illness or injury was the result of chemical or toxic exposure — and who should be held responsible for your suffering. Our firm has access to expert medical professionals, industrial hygienists, chemists and other professionals who can offer testimony and advice on your case and injury or illness.
About Toxic Exposure Lawsuits in Missouri, Illinois, and Kentucky
If you were exposed to chemicals or toxins in particle, liquid, dust, solid, gaseous, vapor or other form due to negligence, lack of proper warning or lack of proper protection, you could be entitled to damages to cover your medical expenses and other injury-related costs. Our qualified chemical inhalation lawyers are prepared to discuss your symptoms and the circumstances surrounding your injury to help you build a case against the negligent party. Don’t hesitate to contact us even if it has been years since your exposure. An injury that doesn’t appear until much later could still entitle you to compensation.
Some of the conditions frequently caused by toxic chemical inhalation include:
- Chemical pneumonia
- Permanent lung or throat damage
- Difficulty breathing
- Chest pain
- Shortness of breath
Even if you have never worked in any type of environment where toxic chemicals were evident, you may still have been exposed. If you have lived near certain types of industrial buildings or factories, or if you have lived near a chemical spill or accident, you may still be able to receive damages for your illness or injury caused by chemical inhalation.
There are many toxic substances that can lead to serious injuries or diseases if they are not handled properly. Among the more common substances involved in chemical inhalation lawsuits include:
- Coal dust
- Black mold
- Petroleum products
- Chlorine gas
- Dry cleaning chemicals
Contact Our St. Louis Chemical Inhalation Injury Lawyers Today
If you believe toxic exposure has made you or someone you love ill, talk to the chemical inhalation injury attorneys at The Cagle Law Firm. Our lawyers are ready to analyze your case to determine who should be held responsible for causing the toxic exposure. Even if your exposure took place at work, you might be able to recover compensation from the negligent parties in addition to workers’ compensation benefits.
For a free case evaluation, call The Cagle Law Firm now at (314) 276-1681 or use our online contact form. Your case is safe with us!
We represent victims of toxic exposure in Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky and across the United States.
Don’t hesitate to contact a qualified St. Louis chemical inhalation attorney at the firm. Discuss your case with us today!