What Do I Need To Know About Industrial Exposure And Toxicity In Florida?

South Florida employees who work in the chemical and petroleum industries are frequently exposed to hazardous substances. Toxic or industrial exposure is known to cause life-threatening illnesses and diseases such as cancer, blindness, mesothelioma, hearing loss, and respiratory disease. Sadly, many individuals don’t realize they are ill, or the cause of their illness, until it is too late. Toxic exposure and poisoning that leads to death may be grounds for a wrongful death lawsuit.

When a substance is known to cause harmful effects, it is considered toxic. All chemicals cause harm, but when only a small amount is determined to be harmful to the body, then it is considered highly toxic. It is important that you review the company’s list of harmful chemicals and substances before considering taking the job.

If you or someone you know, suspects that they may be experiencing symptoms associated with industrial or toxic exposure, it is vital to contact a South Florida Wrongful Death Attorney who can help determine what is best for you. David M. Benenfeld is an experienced and knowledgeable attorney with a successful track record. Contact our offices today for a free consultation.