Wisconsin Chemical Poisoning Lawyers
Depending on the kind of work being done, construction sites may have a number of different chemicals among its supplies. Many of these chemicals are extremely toxic and are capable of causing long term damage to anyone who is accidentally exposed. Some are capable of causing immediate harm, while the effects of others may go undetected until months or years later when the exposed individual develops cancer or another serious condition. One serious condition which afflicted people may have to deal with is chemical poisoning, a health problem that can occur as a result of contact with a number of toxic substances.
If you or someone you love was exposed to toxic chemicals on a construction site and has suffered from the effects of chemical poisoning, a Wisconsin chemical poisoning lawyer may be able to help you seek compensation for your mental, physical, and financial suffering. To speak with an attorney about your case today, contact Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. today at 800-242-2874.
Common Toxic Chemicals on Construction Sites
People can be put in danger of suffering chemical poisoning by a number of products; however, some of the most common chemical toxins that are present on construction sites include:
- Carbon Monoxide
- Heavy duty industrial cleaners
- Hot tar
- Chemical solvents
- Lead paint
Breathing in these chemicals or coming into contact with them through the skin can be extremely harmful. These toxic substances can cause serious harm to various bodily organs or even cause a person to die as a result of contact. In order to prevent exposure, construction sites should be equipped with the proper safety gear and ready to implement any necessary safety procedures.
Construction sites can be inherently dangerous places, and respect for safety regulations should be of utmost importance to those in charge of the site. If you or someone you love was exposed to toxic chemicals on a construction, you may be entitled to compensation for your pain and suffering. For more information on your legal options, contact a Wisconsin chemical poisoning attorney of Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. today at 800-242-2874.