Effects of Chemical Exposure
Chemical exposure is a more common occurrence than you might expect. From home chemicals, such as household cleaners and insect repellent, to work-related chemicals, the ways in which an adult or child may be exposed to toxic substances are limitless. Unfortunately, chemical exposure is often caused by reckless or negligent parties who fail to adequately warn individuals of the potential toxic exposure. When contact with abrasive or dangerous chemicals occurs, the side effects can be severe.
The symptoms of chemical exposure will be dependent on the type of chemical or toxic substance with which the victim comes into contact. Due to this, exposure can go without treatment for long periods of time, causing worsening symptoms and increasing the risk of permanent injuries. The various ways in which individuals may become exposed to harmful substances—through ingestion, absorption, and inhalation—increase the threat of chemical exposure.
Symptoms of Chemical Exposure
There are several harmful side effects that chemical exposure may cause in an individual, including, but not limited to, the following:
- Acute Illness
- Neurological Disorders
- Loss of Sight
The effects of chemical exposure may require extensive medical treatment. When your chronic or permanent health condition is caused by the irresponsible actions of a negligent party, an experienced attorney may be able to help you recover financial relief to fund your ongoing medical treatments.
Contact a Columbia Chemical Exposure Lawyer
Your exposure to dangerous chemicals has significant consequences on your safety and the safety of your family. If you believe that your health condition is a direct result of chemical exposure, contact the Columbia attorneys at the Goings Law Firm, LLC. Our team of experienced chemical exposure lawyers is here to assist you in seeking compensation that will help you recover from your extensive injuries. Call (803) 350-9230 today to discuss your specific situation with a dedicated member of our personal injury office.