Toxic substances in your surroundings can cause serious bodily injury. For well over three decades, the attorneys of Eisbrouch Marsh have been dedicated to helping victims fight for their rights and secure the monetary compensation necessary to begin the process of healing from toxic exposure.
If you are suffering severe injuries due to exposure to toxic substance, please call New Jersey attorneys Eisbrouch Marsh, LLC today at 201-342-5545 for your free legal consultation.
Common Types of Toxic Tort Cases
Toxic exposure can occur from household chemicals, pesticides, pharmaceuticals or other materials encountered during the course of daily life or under other unusual or limited circumstances. In some cases, substances are long considered safe, but turn out to be toxic, such as asbestos, which causes mesothelioma 10-30 years after exposure.
In recent years, products that have been the subject of toxic tort cases include:
- Carpeting and other flooring materials treated with formaldehyde
- Dangerous Chinese drywall
- Lead paint
- Toxic mold
- Asbestos-containing insulation
- Products found to contain benzene, silica and mercury
Whether you have experienced short-term exposure to high levels of toxins or have undergone many years of exposure to lower levels of dangerous substances, you have a right to seek compensation for the resulting adverse effects.
Responsible Parties in Toxic Exposure Cases
It is important to note that defendants in this type of litigation can usually afford to mount strong defenses to lawsuits brought against them, and will claim that direct links between your injuries and your exposure to toxic substance do not exist.
At Eisbrouch Marsh, we provide the most effective representation possible to our clients during the most vulnerable times in their lives to fight for the justice and compensation they deserve. We will identify all of the parties who may be responsible for your injuries and bring appropriate legal action against them. These defendants may include:
- The manufacturers of the toxic chemicals and products
- Product distributors
- Manufactures of devices and machinery that expose workers to toxic subtances
- Owners of property on which exposure occurred
- Storage facilities
Call for Your Free Legal Consultation Today
If you have suffered life-altering harm due to toxic exposure in the workplace, in your home, or simply by taking medications later found to produce dangerous side effects, the NJ toxic exposure attorneys at Eisbrouch Marsh are ready and willing to provide the legal help you need.
Call us today at 201-342-5545 for a no-charge consultation about your case.
We serve residents in northern New Jersey, including Hackensack, Newark, Bergen County, and Essex County from our offices in New Jersey and New York.