Philadelphia Toxic Tort Injury Attorney
A toxic tort is a legal action in which a person is injured because of exposure to a chemical or toxin. Repeated exposure to toxins often leads to chronic long-term health problems, such as cancer. Other serious health problems can arise, such as organ damage and skin disorders. In many cases, these injuries occur because manufacturers, employers and other business interests were aware of the problems associated with prolonged exposure to toxins, such as asbestos and coal tar pitch, but did nothing to remove or warn of the risks.
If you or a loved one has suffered serious injury and has reason to believe that exposure to toxins were the cause, you need lawyers with the experience and skill to help you navigate the legal process and seek full compensation from those responsible. Since 1972, Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman, L.L.C., has represented people across Pennsylvania and beyond in all manner of injury claims, including toxic torts. Contact our office today.
Our Firm Has Access To Expert Witnesses In A Variety Of Fields
A major component of toxic tort litigation involves the use of expert witnesses to prove (1) the liability of the other party and (2) your damages. If you have been injured by exposure to a toxin, your lawyer must be able to enlist credible experts who fully understand a particular industry, the impact of exposure to a toxin, and the disease process. Our lawyers have handled these claims for decades. We have worked with recognized experts from across the United States, and we know how to present your claim in the best light.
Contact A Pittsburgh Toxic Torts Attorney
Caroselli, Beachler & Coleman, L.L.C., has offices in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. We offer a free initial consultation to discuss your injuries, and will not charge attorney fees unless we are successful recovering compensation for your injuries. Call 412-567-1232 if you live in Western Pennsylvania, 215-792-6153 in Eastern Pennsylvania or toll free at 866-466-5789. You may also e-mail our law firm.