Chemical Exposure

Chemical Exposure Attorney in Orange County

There is always an understood risk when employees work with hazardous substances and toxic chemicals. This risk can be quite significant and extra precaution and care must be taken when performing these kinds of job functions. Unfortunately, accidents happen on the job, either due to the negligence of another person, a spill, machine malfunctions, or a sudden incident that leaves you exposed to harmful substances. When this happens, seeking medical attention immediately is absolutely crucial. If this has happened to you it’s possible you could be eligible for a workers’ compensation benefits for injuries or lost wages caused by toxic material or hazardous chemical exposure.

Chemical Exposure Lawyer in Orange County

Alternatively, prolonged exposure to chemicals or toxic materials over a period of time can slowly cause injuries to the eyes, skin, throat, and lungs.

Common symptoms of chemical and toxic material exposure include:

  • Eye irritation
  • Light sensitivity
  • Watery eyes
  • Swollen eyelids
  • Blurred or reduced vision
  • Skin irritation, including red, blotchy, raised, and painful patches
  • Lung irritation such as breathing problems, shortness of breath, pain while breathing or burning in the lungs

Chemical Exposure Attorneys in Orange County

Unfortunately, many companies often neglect to ensure their employees are appropriately trained in hazmat procedures before assigning them and exposing them to potentially harmful or toxic chemicals. In these circumstances, employers may be responsible for damages caused by the chemical exposure due to their negligence. If you have suffered or are suffering from an injury due to chemical exposure, it’s crucial that you seek medical attention immediately. You may also be eligible for workers’ compensation benefits that will cover 100% of your medical costs and give you financial benefits if any work is missed. The aggressive work injury attorneys at the Workers’ Compensation Attorney Group in Orange County can help you determine if your employer is responsible for your chemical exposure injury if you have a denied or delayed claim.

Call us today at (714) 548-3294 to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation. No recovery, no fee, which means if our lawyers don’t win your case, then you don’t pay!