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Chemical Exposure

Many workers on Staten Island and throughout New York work in industries that use chemicals. Exposure to certain dangerous chemicals throughout a career can lead to occupational diseases, which are defined by the New York Workers’ Compensation Board as an illness that is the result of conditions a worker is exposed to during the natural course of his or her work.

If you or a loved one is suffering from an occupational illness due to chemical exposure, it is in your best interest to discuss your legal options with an experienced workers’ compensation attorney from Angiuli & Gentile, LLP. We provide personalized service and skilled representation to injured workers, focusing our efforts on obtaining the full workers’ compensation benefits they are entitled to for wage loss, medical expenses and other damages. Throughout our years of experience, we have successfully handled more than 25,000 workers’ compensation hearings.

Representing Victims of Chemical Exposure and Occupational Illness

Chemical exposure can take place in a wide variety of industries, affecting everyone from truck drivers and electricians to HVAC professionals and industrial workers. We have extensive experience handling cases involving exposure to chemicals and other toxic substances such as:

  • Asbestos
  • Toxic mold
  • Solvents
  • Pesticides
  • Benzene and formaldehyde
  • Lead
  • Mercury

Exposure to these chemicals and other toxic substances can lead to occupational illnesses such as mesothelioma, lung cancer and other catastrophic harm. We are prepared to fight against the insurance company, which will claim that your occupational illness is not the result of your work.

Exposed to Toxic Chemicals? We’ll Take It From Here.

You face a difficult recovery from your occupational illness, and you do not need to add legal entanglements to your plate. You can rely on us to look out for your interests and handle your workers’ compensation claim, third-party personal injury claim or Social Security Disability claim and maximize your benefits so you can focus on your recovery.

Contact us online or call 347-201-4447 today to arrange your free initial consultation with our Staten Island lawyers for your workplace chemical exposure claim.