Hazardous Materials Accidents and Injury Lawyer




Hazardous materials lawyer

What are Hazardous Mateials?


Hazardous materials can be found in our homes, factories, and even in the ground we walk on. Dangerous chemicals in various forms can cause death, serious injury, long-lasting health effects, and damage to buildings, homes, and other property. Many products containing hazardous chemicals are used and stored in homes routinely. These products are also shipped daily on the nation's highways, railroads, waterways, and pipelines.
Even though there are many different regulations designed to protect people from exposure to hazardous materials, accidents involving hazardous materials cause hundreds of injuries every year.



Hazardous Materials Injuries

The severity and impact of injuries caused by exposure to hazardous materials can vary greatly. Exposure to mold, for instance, can cause symptoms as minor as eye irritation or as major as impaired brain development in children or lung infections leading to death.


Who is Responsible for Injuries Caused by Hazardous Materials?


Responsible parties can include developers, inspectors, landlords and corporations. Because of the wide range of severity and liability involved with Hazardous Materials cases, they tend to be more complex than other personal injury suits. If you are exposed to the dangerous material at work, Michael E. Seelie, a Florida Job Injury Lawyer can help you get the compensation you deserve. We will make sure your claim has the best possible chance of being approved for benefits you have different This is why an Attorney who is experienced with Hazardous Materials or “Hazmat” cases is so important to being compensated. Michael Seelie, an experienced Attorney can organize evidence and identify the responsible party, as well as negotiate with Insurance companies to avoid costly mistakes.

Michael E. Seelie, PA has represented people in Jacksonville, Florida and the surrounding communities of Orange Park, St. Augustine, Green Cove Springs, Callahan, Palatka, Fernandina Beach, Gainesville, and Lake City in accident cases since 1978.




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