Tennessee Toxic Exposure Attorney
Though people who work in more hazardous jobs, such as industrial factories and construction, experience elevated levels of exposure to dangerous toxins and chemicals, the reality is that anyone can suffer from toxic exposure if other people, such as a landlord or company, are negligent. Sadly, toxic exposure can have traumatic effects on a person, from debilitating injuries to permanent disabilities, causing them to suffer physical, emotional, and financial harm. And, in the most tragic of circumstances, toxic exposure can even lead to an innocent person’s untimely death, leaving their loved ones grieving.
At Pohl & Berk, LLP, our Tennessee toxic exposure lawyers believe that anyone who has suffered harm as a result of toxic exposure should not have to endure the consequences on their own. With the help of a legal representative, you and/or your loved ones may be able to hold the party who exposed you to dangerous toxins or substances responsible for your losses, which can provide much-needed financial compensation.
Common Types of Dangerous Toxic Exposure
There is a wide array of different types of toxins, chemicals, and substances that can cause severe harm to a person when he or she is exposed to it. At Pohl & Berk, LLP, our Tennessee toxic exposure lawyers know just how devastating toxic exposure can be to an individual and their family, and as such, we are ready to help victims in cases involving:
- Asbestos / Mesothelioma
- Chinese Drywall
- Lead Poisoning
- Toxic Birth Defects
- Vinyl Chloride
When someone else is responsible for exposing you or a loved one to a toxic substance, they should be held liable for the harm and suffering it has caused you.
Get in Touch with a Tennessee Toxic Exposure Lawyer
Being exposed to toxic substances can drastically alter your life, physically, emotionally, and financially. As such, when another party is responsible for this toxic exposure, our Tennessee legal team at Pohl & Berk, LLP, believes they should be held accountable for the suffering and harm it has caused. Speak with us today about fighting to protect your rights and interests after you’ve been exposed to a toxic substance by calling (615) 277-2765.