TOXIC EXPOSURE

Each year, atleast 13 million workers are potentially exposed to toxic chemicals that can be absorbed through the skin.

-Center for Disease Control ("CDC")

Georgia Toxic Exposure Attorney

Dedicated to Protecting Your Rights for Toxic Exposure in the Work Place

Many manufacturing jobs in our state utilize a variety of chemicals or products which can result in toxic exposure to their employees. While some ingredients may be inert, when mixed with other substances they can become toxic. Long term exposure to certain substances, as in the case of asbestos, can lead to injuries or industrial and occupational diseases over a period of time. Repeated exposure in the workplace leads to serious illnesses.

Types of Toxic Exposure Injuries:

These injuries occur over a long period of time and quite often from substances that employees either did not know were harmful or didn’t know were even present in the workplace. Unfortunately, because of the nature of these injuries, they are often not reversible by the time they are discovered, but immediate treatment of them is still imperative:

  • Mesothelioma or lung cancer

  • Brain injuries

  • Organ damage

  • Central nervous system damage

  • Gastrointestinal illnesses

  • Skin cancer and related injuries

  • Allergies

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Unlike most attorneys, Patrick J. Wheale handles personal injury cases exclusively, specializing in helping injured victims.

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