Have You Been Injured Because of Chemical Exposure?
Some industries in the Metro-East and throughout Southern Illinois and Eastern Missouri have been using our air, landfills and rivers to dispose of toxic chemicals for decades. Each year, hundreds of residents and workers throughout the region suffer serious disease and medical conditions because of immediate or prolonged exposure to harmful chemicals in the air, in their groundwater and elsewhere in the environment. If you are one of them, you may have a toxic torts claim.
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At Walton Telken, our attorneys use their combined decades of trial experience to tackle toxic tort litigation and come out of it with the results our clients are entitled to. We represent clients in individual and class action lawsuits against chemical product manufacturers and industrial users who negligently dispose of their waste products and damage the environment.
“We know how complicated chemical dumping and toxic tort claims are. Many times there are multiple levels of legal responsibility. Often, the only way to stop illegal disposal is to fight aggressively for damages against several liable parties. We have the resources and commitment to help you recover full and fair money damages, no matter how long it takes.” — Paul Schoen
Contact us to discuss your chemical exposure claim. Whether you are an individual who has been injured by exposure on the job, or think you might be part of a class of plaintiffs seeking damages, we are ready to help.
We represent injury victims in many different types of chemical exposure cases, such as:
- Production Plant Emissions
- Air Pollution
- Water and Soil Contamination
- Benzene Spills
A Note About PCBs, Dioxin, and Furan Contamination
PCBs, dioxins, and furans are unreasonably dangerous and are known to cause or contribute to cause significant health problems in both humans and animals. PCBs and dioxins cause cancer and other serious and life-threatening diseases.
Furan is an organic byproduct of materials containing pentose, such as pine-wood. It is a highly toxic, flammable liquid that is believed to cause cancer from excessive contact or inhalation. People working with wood products often suffer serious illness from exposure to furans.
We also work with other lawyers on a professional referral basis
Contact us at one of our Illinois or Missouri locations for a free consultation to discuss your injuries or medical condition resulting from possible exposure to dangerous chemicals.