Pennsylvania Asbestos Attorney

It is well-known that there are dangerous substances, such as asbestos, that can cause serious injuries and permanent disabilities. Employees who are exposed to these types of substances often seek damages for the losses they have suffered. However, many workers do not realize that exposure to any type of chemical, even everyday cleaners, can result in illnesses and disability.

At the law office of Louis P. Lombardi II Law, LLC, we are committed to fighting for the rights of workers who have developed lung diseases, cancers and other types of dangerous illnesses as the result of exposure to everyday workplace chemicals. You are not alone. Thousands of workers a year experience chemical exposure that leaves them injured. Let us help you take action in order for you to be able to focus on healing and taking care of your family. Call us today to schedule your free initial consultation.

Exposed Workers

Mechanics and maintenance workers are frequently exposed to chemicals due to the nature of the work that they do. However, any type of employee, even office workers who feel relatively safe from chemicals can be unintentionally exposed. Whether mold was discovered in a workplace, a cleaning solvent or other chemical spilled, a degreaser was accidentally poured onto the skin, or chemicals were unfortunately and wrongfully mixed, exposure can lead to hospitalization and time away from work. It is important to understand that if someone else’s negligence resulted in your injuries, you have the right to seek damages in a third-party claim or a workers’ compensation claim against your employer.

Asbestos and Other Toxic Exposure

In addition to handling cases that stem from workplace exposure to every day chemicals, our firm also handles cases in which exposure to asbestos, benzene or other toxic substances has resulted in serious injuries, cancers, other illnesses or death. We strive to help clients understand their rights in these occupational disease claims cases and how we may pursue compensation to help mitigate their losses.

Contact a Montgomery County Chemical Exposure Lawyer

Contact an experienced workers’ compensation and personal injury attorney today. We offer a free initial consultation and take no attorney fees unless we recover money for you.