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Toxic Spills And Leaks In West Virginia

Chemical Exposure Claims

Coal miners and people who work in manufacturing who use or are exposed to chemicals every day on the job are put at great risk. Toxic chemical injuries can be severe and even deadly. Warner Law Offices offers skilled legal representation to coal miners and their families who have been affected by chemical spills, leaks and exposure.

If you or a family member was exposed to toxic chemicals, contact a Charleston chemical exposure lawyer to schedule your free initial consultation. We can be reached locally at 304-345-6789 or toll free at 866-344-4460.

Exposure To Hazardous Substances

Our West Virginia toxic spill attorneys are knowledgeable about the occupational risks involved in manufacturing, industrial production and coal mining. Whether you use chemicals for machine cleaning, for mining or for production of goods, you have an increased chance of immediate or long-term illness due to chemical exposure, including:

  • Asthma
  • Bone and joint damage
  • Brain damage
  • Cancer
  • Central nervous system damage
  • Heart damage
  • Lung damage

Silicosis And Black Lung

Coal miners and quarry workers are exposed to coal dust. Black lung disease is caused from inhaling this dust. Black lung disease is a deadly occupational disease. Our law firm is dedicated to securing the compensation you need to pay medical bills, to recover lost wages and to compensate you for disability.

Warner Law Offices represents workers with black lung and family members of workers who died from black lung. We handle wrongful death claims arising from chemical exposure.

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To learn more about how we can assist with West Virginia chemical exposure claims, call us at 866-344-4460 (toll free) or 304-345-6789 or contact Warner Law Offices online for a free initial consultation.

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