Chemical Burns

Chemical Burns Attorneys In New Jersey

Northern New Jersey is home to many factories, manufacturing plants, warehouses, and other industrial buildings. These industries can leave workers vulnerable to occupational hazards, such as chemical exposure, chemical burns, and chemical inhalation injuries. At Krivitzky, Springer & Feldman, our Jersey City burn injury lawyers provide experienced and dedicated legal counsel to injured workers who have suffered chemical-related injuries in Jefferson, Kinnelon, Vernon, and various counties throughout New Jersey.

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Helping Workers With Chemical Burns And Inhalation InjuriesExposure to ammonia, dangerous cleaning agents, toxic fumes, welding fumes, chlorine, and other hazardous chemicals can cause serious injury and chronic illness. Toxic chemical exposure may occur in a specific incident or over a long period of occupational exposure. Our Newfoundland burn injury lawyers have helped thousands of workers suffering from chemical burns or inhalation injuries.

These types of injuries affect those working in many different fields, including:

  • Factory workers
  • Warehouse workers
  • Industrial workers
  • Automotive workers
  • Firefighters
  • Tollbooth workers
  • Truck drivers who haul hazardous materials
  • Maintenance workers
  • Laboratory technicians and workers
  • People who work in enclosed spaces

Types Of Chemical Burn And Inhalation Injuries

Chemical burns and inhalation injuries can cause very serious harm to those who are exposed. Injuries and illnesses vary, depending on the type of chemical, the concentration inhaled, and the length of exposure. The size of the particles inhaled can also affect the extent of a workers’ injury or illness. Depending on whether a chemical was inhaled or came into direct contact with the skin, it may cause:

  • Harmful skin rashes
  • Chemical burns to the eyes, nose, lungs, or skin
  • Lung damage
  • Pulmonary or respiratory disease or other breathing problems, including asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), emphysema, and shortness of breath
  • Brain damage
  • Organ damage
  • Death

These injuries can also lead to illnesses, such as cancer, asbestosis, mesothelioma, RADS (Reactive Airways Dysfunction Syndrome), Parkinson’s disease, silicosis, Hodgkin’s disease, and aplastic anemia.

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What To Do If You’ve Been Injured On The JobWhether you’ve suffered an injury in a specific incident or believe you’re suffering from long-term occupational exposure, it’s critical to seek medical attention and report your condition to a supervisor or your HR department. It’s also a good idea to contact an attorney as soon as possible to ensure your rights as an injured worker are protected. Dealing with chemical exposure, chemical burns, or other occupational exposure can be challenging, considering the physical, emotional, and financial costs that often accompany these types of injuries and illnesses. Our team is here for you. We’re happy to answer any questions you may have and give you a straightforward assessment of your case.

How Our Chemical Inhalation And Burn Injury Attorneys Can Help

We understand that every case is different and provide the personalized attention and top-notch legal counsel you deserve. At Krivitzky, Springer & Feldman, we use our extensive experience, knowledge, and resources to help you obtain the benefits and compensation you need to take care of your health and family’s financial future. In addition to workers’ compensation benefits, you may be entitled to compensation from a third-party or manufacturer if you’ve been injured by a dangerous or defective product.

Our skilled chemical inhalation and burn injury lawyers can assess your case and advise you on the most effective course of action to recover maximum restitution. Our attorneys have a proven track record of success in workers’ compensation and personal injury cases. We work on a contingency basis, which means you don’t pay attorney fees unless we recover compensation for you.

Contact A Chemical Inhalation And Burn Injury Lawyer Today

If you or a loved one is suffering from an injury or illness caused by chemical inhalation, burns, or occupational exposure, our dedicated team At Krivitzky, Springer & Feldman can help you recover the benefits and compensation you deserve. If your illness or injury makes it difficult to come to our office, we offer home or hospital visits. Our chemical inhalation and burn injury lawyers offer evening and weekend appointments as well.  

Call us at 201-798-2711 in Jersey City or 973-874-0556 in Newfoundland, New Jersey. You can also contact us online to ask questions or schedule a free consultation. Our Jersey City and Newfoundlandattorneys serve clients in Hudson County, throughout Northern New Jersey and all over the state.

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Evening or weekend appointments and home or hospital visits can be arranged throughout Northern New Jersey.

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