Toxic Exposure Claims
If you are suffering from a personal illness or injury that you think might be the result of exposure to contaminants, seek medical help immediately. The side effects of toxic exposure can be serious and long-term, so receiving medical care as soon as possible is crucial.
While toxic exposure can happen by accident, it is often the result of the negligence or deliberate misconduct of others. If you have been injured by toxins from any source, contact Henson Fuerst. Our North Carolina toxic exposure lawyers can help determine the origin of contamination and investigate the details surrounding your injury. Call us today at (919) 781-1107 or complete a free initial consultation form.
Toxic Exposure Injury Risks
You may not realize that you’ve been exposed to harmful toxins until years later, when health issues start to surface. If you work in industries such as construction, mining, concrete finishing, textiles, or automotive industries, the North Carolina toxic exposure attorneys at Henson Fuerst advise routine medical examinations to monitor any changes in your health.
Toxic exposure occurs when you make contact with hazardous amounts of a harmful chemical or substance that leads to serious injury or death. Toxins can appear in:
- food and water,
- household items,
- building materials,
- medical equipment,
- and other common products.
Toxic exposure can happen by accident, but is often the result of the negligence or deliberate misconduct of others.
Investigation of Toxic Exposure
A toxic exposure case often requires substantial investigation to determine the source of contamination and the responsible party. At Henson Fuerst, our North Carolina toxic exposure lawyers have experience handling the investigation process and will give attention to every detail of your case.
The Investigation Process
With the assistance of non-biased, third-party experts, our North Carolina toxic exposure attorneys investigate toxic exposure claims to determine whether the chemicals involved could be harmful. We examine:
- Commonality of Exposure
- Length of Exposure
- Mechanism of Exposure
- Medical Diagnosis
We often call on the help of toxicologists who can give us professional opinions about the potential health risks of a particular exposure. We may also consult with other experts, such as:
- Infectious Disease Experts
Get the Help You Need
Toxic exposure cases can be difficult to prove, and often require battling powerful companies with strong litigation teams of their own. Henson Fuerst can help. We have more than 30 years of experience serving personal injury victims in our community, and our North Carolina toxic exposure attorneys will fight to get the compensation you need to cover medical bills, lost wages, and future medical care.
Call us today at (919) 781-1107 or complete a free initial consultation form. At Henson Fuerst, we will investigate every detail of your situation at no cost to you and ensure that your rights are protected.