Melbourne, FL Toxic Exposure Attorneys
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When it comes to premises liability matters, people typically assume that the hazardous conditions that could hurt visitors are visible to the naked eye: slippery surfaces. Cracked flooring. Poor lighting. However, there are other ways that visitors on a property can be hurt—especially over time, when they're not aware that they're being exposed to toxic materials.
If you or a loved one has been hurt due to toxic exposure on someone else's property, then the time to start exploring your legal options is now. At Henderson & Futchko, P.A., our dedicated and aggressive legal team has helped countless clients file decisive, compelling, and just liability claims against irresponsible parties whose actions hurt others.
Want to learn more about your premises liability claim options? Contact us to speak with our skilled Melbourne, FL toxic exposure attorneys now.
Common Types of Toxic Exposure
Often, toxic exposure occurs when visitors to a property are not aware of latent conditions in the air or environment. For victims, it can be months, even years before they realize that they've been exposed due to the gradual but cumulative effects on their health.
Common types of toxic exposure include:
- Lead paint
- Carbon monoxide
- Harmful chemicals and waste
Who can be held accountable in these cases? Depending on the circumstances of the exposure, landlords, construction companies, commercial property owners or managers, even municipalities can be held accountable for toxic exposure to customers and residents.
If you believe that your toxic exposure wouldn't have had occurred if a property owner had exercised proper care and vigilance, then our firm is ready to hear from you. Henderson & Futchko, P.A. has more than 75 years of combined legal experience and knows what it takes to secure results for our clients.
Start reviewing your legal options as soon as possible. Use our online contact form to request a free case evaluation or call (321) 320-7162 today.