Toxic Chemical Exposure at Work
Philadelphia – Harrisburg – Scranton – Pittsburgh – Erie – Pennsylvania
In many industries, workers come into contact with a wide range of chemicals on a regular, if not daily, basis. While some workers are provided with appropriate safety equipment, many workers are forced to be around extremely toxic materials with little to no protection. Even seemingly benign chemicals can have drastic health consequences if inhaled over a long period of time, causing
- Lung disease
- Skin conditions
- A variety of other health problems
Exposure to toxic fumes can cause both immediate and delayed health problems and might cause intensely painful illnesses or health conditions. In some cases, the effects can be temporary while in others, they may be permanent.
Health complications that arise due to workplace exposure to toxic fumes may warrant the pursuit of workers’ compensation benefits. To learn more about workers’ compensation and to find out if you may qualify, contact the Pennsylvania toxic chemical injury lawyers of Lowenthal & Abrams, Injury Attorneys, P.C., at 888-979-7298.
Proving Toxic Chemical Exposure
If you have reason to believe you may have been exposed to toxic chemicals in the workplace, you should immediately contact an experienced Philadelphia toxic chemicals attorney who can help guide you through the legal process.
Proving that you have been exposed to a toxic chemical can be difficult; a company has a vested interest in ensuring that such exposure be kept under wraps, especially if an expensive lawsuit may be on the way. Even if you have “voluntarily” been exposed to a chemical as the result of an occupational requirement, you still may be owed compensation for your injuries.
The Pennsylvania workers’ compensation attorneys of Lowenthal & Abrams, Injury Attorneys, P.C., are prepared to help you to seek the workers’ compensation benefits or other remedies to which you may be entitled due to toxic chemical exposure. Contact us today at 888-979-7298 to learn more.