2 Steps to Take If You Suspect Environmental Injury
October 10th, 2017|
For decades, millions of Americans were at risk of developing serious injuries and illnesses due to unsafe products used in buildings and at workplaces. Government regulations have banned or heavily restricted the usage of many unsafe substances, including asbestos and lead. But some children and adults are still exposed to them, especially if they spend time in old buildings that aren’t up to code or haven’t been renovated.
Environmental injuries can take time to show up, but when they become apparent, the consequences can be devastating. Lead poisoning can cause small children to develop brain and nervous system damage, which can lead to learning disabilities, slow growth, and hearing problems. Exposure to asbestos can lead to a rare form of cancer called mesothelioma.
If you suspect that you, your child, or a loved one developed an environmental injury, take these two steps to protect your health and your rights to compensation:
- Get medical attention – A doctor can evaluate you or your loved one for symptoms and physical abnormalities to make a diagnosis. Determining your illness creates a pathway for treatment and serves as evidence for your claim.
- Get legal representation – Without an experienced Alabama environmental injury lawyer on your side, it can be difficult to get compensation for these types of illnesses and injuries. Norris Injury Lawyers knows how to build strong claims that get results for people just like you.
When you contact our law firm to get help with your environmental injury, you don’t have to worry about any upfront fees. Our No Fee Guarantee® means you only pay us if we get money for you. Call today for a free consultation.