Chemical & Toxic Exposure

Decades of industrial activity left their mark hidden in the soil and air.  When allowed to come in contact with the human body, serious and often deadly consequences result. 

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention reports that chemicals are most commonly released from businesses and industries (such as chemical plants and oil refineries), storage tanks, and agricultural facilities. Left undisturbed in the soils, their presence and toxic effects could go unnoticed for decades.  However, these toxic substances find their way into our underground water supplies, and can migrate on the surface with runoff waters or flooding.

Household cleaners, fertilizers, pesticides, caustic drain cleaners and chlorine bleach are very common sources of toxic exposure, too.

If you or a loved believes you were exposed to toxic chemicals, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact Heard Law Firm today for a free evaluation of your case.

Toxic exposure can affect nearly every human body system, including the respiratory system, renal system, cardiovascular system, reproductive system, nervous system, immune system, skin, and hepatic system.

The injuries chemicals can cause to the human body include but are not limited to the following:

  • Cancer/Leukemia
  • Birth defects
  • Burns to the skin and lungs
  • Brain Injuries
  • Poisoning of the body organs and systems

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