Have you been hurt by toxic exposure?
Businesses are expected to act responsibly and ensure the safety of employees who work near toxic substances, as well as people living near facilities that handle toxic substances.
When a business fails to protect its guests, customers, clients, employees, or other visitors from exposure to toxic chemicals, there are often serious health impacts—and the potential for a claim.
What are the common types of toxic exposure?
While there are many situations where someone might come into contact with toxins, most toxic exposure cases fall under one of these categories:
You were exposed to toxins while on the job. This can be long exposure over many years, or a single accident.
Exposure in the home
You were exposed to a toxin while at someone else’s home. Often, this includes substances such as asbestos or toxic mold.
Do I have a claim?
If you came into contact with toxic chemicals while on the job or at someone else’s home or business, you may have a claim.
When visitors or customers are harmed by preventable contact with toxic substances, there is often a premises liability case to be made.
When should you call an attorney?
Right away. If you or a loved one was hurt due to toxic exposure on someone else’s property, our experienced team can help you investigate the situation, build a persuasive case, and receive fair compensation.
How can Williams & Williams help?
Receiving the compensation you deserve depends largely on demonstrating the knowing negligence of the property owner while showing that you yourself were not negligent ahead of the accident.
This can be difficult to do on your own, but the experienced attorneys at Williams & Williams can help to investigate, build your case, and aggressively fight for what you’re owed.
Since 1936, we’ve recovered millions in damages for clients in Orangeburg County and across South Carolina. We will relentlessly advocate for your full and fair compensation.
What will it cost for Williams & Williams to handle my case?
We operate on a contingency fee, which means we don’t charge anything unless you recover damages.
Call or schedule a free consultation today.
Contact a lawyer at Williams & Williams Attorneys at Law in Orangeburg, South Carolina by calling (803) 534-5218 to schedule a free consultation.
Your consultation will always be handled by one of our experienced attorneys.