Exposure to Hazardous or Toxic Materials
Skilled Hartford Personal Injury Attorney
Exposure to hazardous and toxic substances is dangerous and tragically, can result in fatal injuries. These materials can be found in products that are manufactured for all kinds of uses, and any company that fails to protect its employees as well as the general public from exposure to such chemicals and materials should be held accountable. If a loved one of yours suffered a fatality due to a toxic exposure, consult a Hartford personal injury attorney at Cicchiello & Cicchiello, LLP to evaluate whether you may be entitled to compensation for damages. We offer personalized attention to our clients' cases at all times by one of our partner attorneys and look forward to your contact with us.
Wrongful Death Attorney in Hartford
Fatal injuries can follow exposure to hazardous/toxic materials, the like of which are most commonly found:
In order for a claim to be proven, you, as the claimant, need to establish that the toxic injury from which your loved one perished was not due to a pre-existing condition, that it was indeed caused by toxic exposure and that it was caused by exposure to a particular substance. Our attorneys, with their broad knowledge base, resources and experience in personal injury cases, can take charge of the required investigation and legal aspects of your case for you.
Whether your loved one was exposed to asbestos, mold, welding rod fumes, benzenes, pesticide, lead paint or any other hazardous material, we understand the stress that you are likely feeling at this traumatic time and want to assure you that we will aggressively strive to achieve for you the maximum financial compensation available under the law. Time is of the essence in any wrongful death case and the faster you make contact with our firm, the more quickly we can begin working for you.
Contact a Hartford personal injury lawyer
today for the aggressive representation and personal service you require to get positive results in your fatal toxic injury case.