Were You Exposed To Toxic Materials Or Chemicals?

Anyone who works with chemicals knows how dangerous they can be. However, those who suffer from exposure burns understand the effects are more than superficial. A serious chemical exposure burn can cause severe disfigurement and scarring. Those who suffer burns may require extensive medical treatment, including skin grafting and possible reconstruction.

For information on filing a chemical exposure claim, call our office in Charleston at 304-932-4571 or send our attorney an email. He will meet with you in a free consultation.

Akers Law Offices provides professional legal help to individuals who have suffered chemical burns or other serious injuries related to the exposure to toxic chemicals.

Our experience in handling toxic tort and other products liability cases gives our clients an advantage when seeking compensation from insurance companies. We know how to use financial and medical reports and other evidence to negotiate for higher compensation than what you would receive with an attorney on your side. If we cannot reach a fair settlement in negotiations, we aggressively argue your case in front of a judge and jury.

Exposure Injuries Can Happen At Work, At School Or At Home

Toxic chemicals are used in homes, schools and workplaces. Chemical exposure can cause everything from minor skin irritations to severe second- and third-degree burns. In some cases, they cause diseases such as mesothelioma. Our lawyer has the knowledge and skills to handle your case no matter what the extent of your injury.

Our firm handles chemical burn injuries from:

  • Bleach
  • Chemicals in air bags
  • Asbestos
  • Pesticides
  • Fertilizers
  • And other products using chemicals

If You Suffered Exposure, We Can Help You Understand Your Rights

To learn more about how Akers Law Offices can help you file a toxic tort after suffering serious chemical exposure injuries, contact our office for a free consultation with our lawyer. Call our office at 304-932-4571 or toll free at 888-689-4893. Or, send us an email, and our lawyer will contact you.