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Toxic Exposure Injury Attorney in Atlanta

Especially in industrial occupations, exposure to toxic chemicals can reach a level where it can cause serious health issues and maybe even the death of the victim. Depending on the circumstances surrounding the exposure, symptoms can come on very suddenly, as in the case of a chemical spill, or develop over time when the worker is exposed to a low level of a dangerous toxin over a period of months or years while working.

When employees develop these conditions as a result of their job, they have the right to seek workers’ compensation benefits. Toxic exposure claims can sometimes be very difficult to prove, and it is important to have an experienced attorney representing you from the start.

Call for a free initial consultation about your toxic exposure injury. Contact our Atlanta office at 404-233-6200 now to speak with our law firm.

The Right Firm for Your Workplace Toxic Exposure Claim

Toxic exposure can result in some extremely serious long-term side-effects, including trouble breathing, chronic skin conditions, brain damage, cancer and many other debilitating occupational diseases. When you hire our firm, we will do everything in our power to secure the medical care and financial support you need in the short and long term.

At Hilley & Frieder, P.C., we have handled cases involving all types of toxic exposure, including:

  • Chemical spills
  • Long-term exposure
  • Inhalation of toxic smoke from industrial fires
  • Benzene
  • Solvents
  • Pesticides

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Ronald Hilley was the contributing attorney to this content.

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