With many industrial sites, plants and refineries in Lake Charles, and in the surrounding areas, the improper release of toxic chemicals into the environment and the area, whether airborne or through water discharge, has taken place too often. Unfortunately, sometimes workers and other people are exposed during these releases, and they suffer serious, life-threatening illnesses as a result. This can cause the acute aggravation of an illness that an innocent person may already have, such as asthma, or emphysema, or may cause other serious illnesses or diseases.
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with an illness or disease you suspect was caused by exposure to a hazardous chemical, mineral, or any other toxic substance, contact our Lake Charles toxic tort attorneys at Vamvoras Antoon as soon as possible. Some examples of toxins that have resulted in toxic tort cases include ethylene dichloride, benzene, vinyl chloride, asbestos, silica, lead, mold and pesticides.
Mass Toxic Tort Litigation
While we are a small law firm, we have the resources of a large firm, including an expansive network of lawyers, expert witnesses, and support staff. We utilize this network as required to best meet our clients’ needs. This means we are able to take on cases of all sizes, including toxic tort cases for large groups of exposed individuals. We have successfully obtained compensation on behalf of numerous injured parties involved in mass toxic tort litigation. For example, our law firm currently represents more than 16,000 clients in a case involving the release of a hazardous material.
Contact Our Calcasieu Parish Industrial Accident Attorneys
Call 337-433-1621 or contact us online to discuss the details of your industrial accident. We can handle a wide range of cases whether it involves an explosion, a fall or other type of traumatic injury, or a potential toxic chemical exposure claim. We represent clients in Calcasieu Parish and throughout Louisiana. All personal injury cases are conducted on a contingency fee basis. Our lawyers are available to meet with you in the hospital, at home or another convenient location if your injury prevents you from coming into our office.