Fighting To Protect The Interests Of Victims Who Are Suffering Due To Toxic Exposure
Exposure to toxic substances can result in lifelong health complications for victims. Depending on the substance, even brief exposure is enough to cause significant harm. There can be many different parties who may share in the responsibility for the detection, handling and mitigation of toxic substances. When that responsibility goes unfulfilled and innocent people suffer, these parties can and should be held accountable.
Toxic exposure cases are very fact-specific, and securing a favorable resolution can be extremely complex. If you are suffering any kind of health issue that you believe is related to toxic exposure, it is important that you seek the advice of a qualified personal injury attorney immediately. At The Briggs Law Firm, we represent victims in Ocala, The Villages, and other communities throughout North and Central Florida.
Skillful Handling Of All Types Of Chemical Exposure Cases
Toxic exposure can happen in many different ways. Pneumatic and tanker truck rollovers and train derailments can release dangerous chemicals, industrial fires often result in toxic smoke, chemical leaks and dumping can result in water contamination, mold in buildings can cause numerous illnesses and widespread pesticide applications can lead to a variety of hazards. We work hard to see that victims are fully compensated for all of the losses they suffer as a result of toxic exposure.
We represent clients in cases involving exposure to all types of toxins, including:
- Toxic mold
- Paint fumes and lead paint
Discuss Your Case With A Lawyer
We invite you to contact our office in Ocala to discuss your injury claim and learn more about how we can help you. We offer a free consultation where you can get an honest assessment of your case without obligation. You can reach us by phone at 352-671-4600 or via email to schedule an appointment.
We are happy to visit you at home, in the hospital or another location that is convenient for you if you are not able to come to our office.