You can be injured by exposure to dangerous substances — such as carbon monoxide, mold, drugs, pesticides, or other chemicals. If you or a group of people you know have been exposed to and injured by a dangerous substance, you may each be able to bring a toxic tort lawsuit against the company or entity that exposed you.
You can be exposed to and experience toxic injuries from:
- Occupational Exposure – when industrial workers are exposed to toxins on the job (examples include asbestos, benzene, beryllium, and silica)
- Pharmaceutical Drugs – when prescribed drugs cause unintended side effects
- Exposure in the Home – when people breathe or ingest harmful substances in their homes, such as mold, gases or fumes; or, consumer products – when people use products, like pesticides or cleaning chemicals, that cause unintended injuries.
For Exposure to:
- Other Metals