New Jersey Toxic Exposure Lawyers
Our attorneys regularly handle cases in which our clients have been seriously injured after being exposed to chemical and toxic substances. Exposure to chemical and toxic substances can occur at home or at work, and our attorneys have been successful in obtaining recoveries for exposed clients, such as the settlement our lawyers won for a New Jersey firefighter, and the settlement for a NJ nurse exposed to toxic fumes at a hospital. In addition, we can help you if you or your loved one has been exposed to asbestos, and has developed lung disease from that incident. Exposure to such chemicals can result in serious, life-threatening diseases, respiratory ailments and cancer. When handling chemical/toxic exposure cases, we employ necessary experts to assist us, including specialists such as toxicologists, endocrinologists and other medical doctors. We also spare no expense in litigating our cases, and we will do everything in our power to present the best case for our clients.
An important new area of toxic exposure is claims against manufacturers of talcum powder, known in some courts as Talc cases based on mineral in the powder that gives its name. Scientific evidence indicates that talcum powder, or Talc, can cause ovarian cancer. For example, a study released in 2013 and published in the medical journal of the American Association for Cancer Research, Cancer Prevention Research, found that use of talcum powder can increase the risk of epithelial ovarian cancer. The largest manufacturer of talcum powder, Johnson & Johnson, is the target of many of these cases. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer and used talcum powder for a period of time please contact us to speak to a talcum powder attorney and we will help to determine whether there is a potential lawsuit.
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If you or a loved on has been exposed to a toxic chemical or substance, please contact Mazie Slater Katz & Freeman and we will contact you to discuss your case.