Get The Compensation You Deserve For Your Toxic Exposure Injuries
One of the deadliest parts about toxic exposure is that most of the chemicals and gases that can kill you can go easily unnoticed. It is also common for people who are responsible for ensuring the safety of others around these chemicals and gases to underestimate the threat they pose. If you or a loved one was the victim of such a circumstance, we can help.
Here at James F. Perrin, PLLC, we have been representing the needs of injured victims throughout the Permian Basin for years. We have spent those years developing tough negotiation skills and even tougher litigation tactics to provide our clients the best possible outcome in their case. We do what it takes to provide you with the maximum compensation for your best possible future.
What Toxic Exposure Can Look Like
Some of the most common forms of toxic exposure happen through exposure to carbon monoxide or hydrogen sulfide. For cases involving carbon monoxide, a landlord’s or hotel owner’s negligence is usually involved in allowing the use of old furnaces that need not be used for more than 60 days a year here in Texas. So, when either a new tenant or guest attempts to use a furnace in December, the potential for carbon monoxide leakage is high.
What You Can Do To Fight Back
Some of the most severe injuries from carbon monoxide exposure include brain injuries and even death, and both are associated with heavy costs. Even if you were lucky enough to survive your exposure to hydrogen sulfide on the oil fields, your way of life may have changed forever, and you need a compensation that covers that cost.
We stand tall to negotiate on your behalf for a compensation that acknowledges the cost of current and future medical expenses, lost income, the physical cost of your injuries, and even pain and suffering. We know what is at stake in these cases, which is why we do everything in our power to protect you.
Take The First Step Toward Recovery Today
If you were looking for a Texas attorney who is tough enough to stand up and protect your rights, contact us today. Call our office at 806-516-9235 or email us here to schedule your initial consultation.