What Can You Do About Toxic Chemical Exposure At Work?

Toxic chemicals at job sites must be properly stored and safely handled. Violations of these safety measures can result in serious injury and even wrongful death. If you or someone close to you has suffered due to toxic exposure, the lawyers at Schoenfeld & Schoenfeld, can help you pursue compensation for your losses. We have a proven record of success handling workers’ compensation and personal injury claims for clients throughout Oregon.

Contact us today online or by telephone at 503-208-9089 or toll-free at 888-366-5805 to arrange a consultation with an experienced toxic exposure attorney.

Have You Suffered Due To Toxic Exposure At Work?

Many of our clients are people who have suffered due to toxic exposure at work. Factories, warehouses, construction sites, refineries and other job sites are potential exposure points for a wide range of toxic chemicals.

If you have been exposed to a toxic chemical at work and have been seriously injured, we can help you seek workers’ compensation benefits, and possibly personal injury compensation, depending on the circumstances of your exposure.

We handle a broad range of chemical exposure cases, including those involving:

  • Asbestos/mesothelioma
  • Benzene exposure
  • Silica dust exposure
  • Pesticide exposure
  • Exposure to fumes at oil refineries

In handling toxic exposure cases, we seek to identify links between the exposure of toxic chemicals and the symptoms our clients have suffered. When appropriate, we consult with experts who help us prepare and present compelling cases for our clients.

We will do everything in our power to help you obtain full and fair compensation for the losses you have suffered due to toxic chemical exposure.

Contact Our Chemical Exposure Attorneys

If you or a loved one has suffered due to chemical exposure in Oregon, we are here to help you pursue fair and just compensation for your losses. Contact us today online or by telephone at 503-208-9089 or toll-free at 888-366-5805 to arrange a consultation with a knowledgeable toxic exposure attorney.