When victims are unknowingly exposed to harmful chemicals and toxic substances, it often takes many years “ sometimes even decades “ for the dangerous consequences of this exposure to manifest. At this point, it is often very difficult to both identify the substance and attribute it to a specific illness. Such action requires very specialized knowledge and painstaking research.
The New Jersey toxic substance injury lawyers of Levinson Axelrod, P.A. have gained an understanding of toxin- and chemical-related diseases and radiology through years of experience and continuing medico-legal education.
We can help you fight for damages in your toxic substance exposure case. Contact us today at 1-800-346-5529.
Toxic torts arise when individuals and communities have been over-exposed to harmful or deadly chemicals. It is often difficult, however, to show that the affected people have been injured by these environmental toxins. To complicate matters further, it is even harder to prove that this exposure was caused by a defendant’s negligence, carelessness, or, in some cases, intentional conduct.
It takes incredible financial resources and time to manage and prove a toxic litigation case. Levinson Axelrod, P.A. is a firm comprised of skilled and knowledgeable attorneys, researchers, and support personnel. We work together to provide legal representation for those who cannot stand alone against large corporations. We also utilize leading experts in various scientific fields to help prove our claims.
Groundwater pollution is one of the most common causes of contamination. The New Jersey toxic substance injury lawyers of Levinson Axelrod, P.A. have the experience to take on groundwater contamination cases involving chemicals such as:
Of course, this is only a short list of hazardous chemicals that have impacted our clients in their environments.
If you have been seriously injured as the result of toxic exposure, then the New Jersey injury lawyers of Levinson Axelrod, P.A. can help protect your rights and assist you in recovering compensation.
Contact us today at 1-800-346-5529 to schedule a free initial consultation.