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Los Angeles Toxic Exposure Attorney

Exposure to harmful, toxic chemicals may result in permanent, lasting damage to your health. If you’ve had contact with toxic substances due to someone else’s irresponsible or negligent behavior, contact Pollard | Bailey today to discuss your case with a Los Angeles toxic exposure lawyer. You may be entitled to significant compensation for any and all damages you have suffered. Get in touch with us at (310) 478-5090.

Why Choose a Los Angeles Toxic Exposure Lawyer from Pollard | Bailey?

At Pollard | Bailey, we are dedicated to helping victims of negligence get the compensation they deserve.

  • We have more than 40 years of combined experience successfully representing clients who have been exposed to toxic substances.
  • We utilize our resources to ensure you receive the support you need during this trying time. This includes seeking out the proper medical professionals to treat your injuries and filing any paperwork necessary to make your claim.
  • We provide partner-level representation to all of our clients, ensuring that you will never be handed off to a junior-level assistant or paralegal.
  • We operate on a contingency fee basis — you pay no legal fees unless we win your case.

An experienced Los Angeles toxic exposure lawyer from Pollard | Bailey understands the pain and suffering associated with your exposure case, and we want to help in any way we can. Call us at (310) 854-7650.

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Which Materials & Chemicals Can Lead to Toxic Exposure?

The method of exposure to toxic chemicals or materials varies greatly. It can occur as a large-scale catastrophe or a prolonged exposure while at work, home, or in a natural environment. It can also be a single exposure at a place of business like a restaurant or store.

Materials or substances causing toxic exposure include:

  • Asbestos
  • Black Mold
  • Oil refinery fumes
  • Dangerous chemicals in pharmaceutical products
  • Airborne contamination
  • Polluted groundwater due to the irresponsible dumping of waste or chemicals
  • Pesticides
  • Lead paint
  • Contaminated food or beverage

What Are the Symptoms of Toxicity?

Symptoms of poisoning can vary depending on the type of poison and other factors. However, there are common symptoms to be aware of:

  • Difficulty breathing
  • Dizziness and nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Disorientation
  • Concentration problems
  • Headaches
  • Loss of memory
  • Feeling faint

If you or someone you know is experiencing these symptoms and may have been exposed to a poison, seek medical help immediately. You can also call the 24-hour Poison Centerline to speak with a poison specialist.

Chemicals and Toxic Exposure Injuries

If you are exposed to toxic substances without any protection, you can risk a multitude of serious health effects. Some commonly reported toxic exposure illnesses include:

Although federal authorities implement strict regulations on the handling of toxic materials, there is always possibility for accidents to happen. These injuries are severe enough to affect the quality of life. It’s important to understand and acknowledge your legal options if you or someone you love has sustained a life-altering injury due to the exposure of toxic material. Seek help from the toxic exposure lawyers in Los Angeles from Pollard | Bailey.

Identifying Cause & Making a Claim

For Non-Workers

When making a claim, your Los Angeles toxic exposure attorneys will make a contributing link that indicates toxic exposure as the source for your following symptoms. You may choose to pursue a personal injury lawsuit or make a mass tort claim, depending on the number of persons affected by similar conditions. Then, to substantiate a claim, your toxic exposure attorney in Los Angeles will contact medical professionals and experts, such as toxicologists, who are well-versed in the effects and complications of noxious chemicals.

For Workers

Also, as an employee harmed at work due to toxic exposure, you have the right to workers’ compensation. However, if the injuries sustained involve damage that occurred due to a third-party product, a product’s liability claim may be the more advisable route. As your Los Angeles toxic exposure attorneys, Pollard | Bailey believes in guiding you on the path to the best possible outcome.

California’s Statute of Limitations for Toxic Exposure Cases

In California, there is a statute of limitation that governs personal injury cases. Individuals living in this state have two years to file a legal claim and exercise their right for compensation after experiencing any injuries. For these reasons, individuals are encouraged to act as soon as injuries surface. However, the rule is different for toxic exposure cases since symptoms can take time to occur and may be undiscoverable from the date it happened. According to the California Code of Civil Procedure section 340.8, in any civil action for injury or illness caused by toxic exposure, the time of commencement can be two years from the day of the injury/illness or two years after the plaintiff becomes aware of the injury. In other words, claims can be filed two years from the day the illness was first discovered.

Hiring a Los Angeles Toxic Exposure Lawyer

If you’ve been exposed to toxic substances, you need to get the necessary compensation to heal or cope with such a life-changing injury. Our team of personal injury lawyers in Los Angeles aggressively upholds the rights of their clients, and we will build the most compelling case to earn you the rewards you need to support yourself and get the treatment you need. For further information on our services as Los Angeles toxic exposure attorneys and how we can help, contact us at (310) 854-7650.

Our office resides in Beverly Hills, but we proudly serve all areas in Los Angeles’s surrounding communities including Santa Monica,  Long Beach, Torrance, Pasadena, Pomona, Downey, Inglewood,  West Covina, Lancaster, and more.

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