Environmental & Toxic Tort Lawyers in Atlanta
Contact Our Skilled Atlanta Toxic Tort Attorneys
Have you or a loved one been harmed due to exposure to hazardous materials
or pollution? If so, you may be eligible to receive compensation from
those responsible. There are standards and laws that govern how toxic
materials should be handled and disposed of and when toxins and chemicals
are handled improperly, our air, soil, water, and homes can become contaminated.
Exposure to toxic substances can cause serious health complications and
can cause cancer or death.
Goldstein & Hayes, P.C., we believe that companies unlawfully polluting the environment and contaminating
our communities with toxic chemicals should be held accountable for their
actions. Our attorneys are well-versed in the lengths corporate entities
and municipalities will go to skirt responsibility when it comes to mishandling
toxic materials. That is why our dedicated Atlanta toxic tort lawyers
are prepared to bring knowledgeable, incisive, and hard-hitting counsel
to these claims and ensure that the harm done to our clients is compellingly
put forth both in and outside the courtroom.
Our firm has
recovered millions for our clients and is ready to hear your story today. Use our online
form to request a
free case evaluation now.
What Damages Can I Recover in a Toxic Tort Claim?
A toxic tort is an injury or wrong that involves exposure to toxic chemicals
or other environmental pollutants. Our Atlanta personal injury attorneys
have experience representing aggrieved property owners who have suffered
both medical and financial consequences due to environmental contamination—such
as ground water contamination from chemical spills or oil spills.
Damages that can be claimed in a toxic tort include:
Contamination to your property: If your property has been affected or your property value has been diminished
by ground water contamination, water pollution, soil pollution, or any
other kind of environmental contamination, you may have a financial claim
against the parties responsible.
Damage to a business: If you own a business and your commercial property has been damaged or
your business has suffered due to environmental contamination, you may
have a viable claim.
Physical injuries/toxic exposure: If your health has been adversely affected due to exposure to toxic chemicals
in the workplace, in your home, in your drinking water, or anywhere else,
you may have a
personal injury claim to cover the damages you have suffered.
Our knowledge of the complexities of the federal and state laws and regulations
regarding toxic chemicals, groundwater contamination and remediation requirements,
as well as our experience in litigating cases involving expert scientific
evidence, has earned us a national reputation for representing victims
of chemical exposures. Our law firm works with well-respected environmental
engineers, geologists, toxicologists, medical doctors and experts in other
fields to demonstrate how you and your community are being affected by
these toxins. We prove the financial damages and pursue maximum compensation
on your behalf, holding those responsible accountable before the law.