New York Lawyers Protecting People Exposed To Toxic Substances

Industrial chemicals are highly regulated for a reason: They can be extremely harmful when used in the wrong applications or leaked into the environment. Individuals or businesses who handle chemicals improperly or expose their employees to toxic substances need to be held accountable for their actions. If you are suffering as a result of a toxic exposure, you need to discuss your options with an experienced personal injury lawyer and especially one who handles toxic tort claims.

At Dreyer Boyajian LLP, we have extensive experience representing people who have been harmed either physically or in their property as a result of toxic exposure and environmental pollution. Although theses cases can be extremely complex, our focus is simple- we put together a team of renowned scientific experts and then together we will use all of our legal skills, experience and resources in an attempt to obtain not only monetary compensation for our clients, but justice as well.

You've been hurt by pollution and toxic exposure and should not be expected to foot the bill for your recovery. Contact us today by calling toll free 866-292-1582 to discuss your options with an accomplished personal injury lawyer.

Skilled Representation to Meet the Needs of Toxic Exposure Victims

Our attorneys handle a wide variety of toxic chemical exposure cases, including claims involving:

  • Toxic pharmaceuticals
  • Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCB)
  • Benzene exposure
  • Gas and oil spills
  • Contaminated water supplies
  • Lead paint poisoning
  • Asbestos exposure and Mesothelioma
  • Silica exposure
  • Mercury and heavy metals

Part of the responsibility of being a business owner is having the duty to properly use and dispose of chemicals. When negligence results in toxic exposure and environmental pollution, people need to be held accountable.

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