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Environmental Liability And Toxic Torts


Compensation For Toxic Exposure Injuries

In an effort to preserve the bottom line, all too many organizations do not pay enough attention to their practices, stewardship and environmental compliance.

This pursuit of profit at the expense of safety results in thousands of injuries annually due to unsafe practices. When not properly controlled, asbestos and other toxic fibers can permanently become lodged in the body and can cause serious and even fatal diseases including mesothelioma, asbestosis or lung cancer. Other air pollutants and ground water contaminants can likewise cause serious injury.

If you or a loved one has been poisoned or injured due to toxic exposure, it’s important to hold these organizations responsible for your illness or injury, and bolster accountability while preserving your quality of life as much as possible. A dedicated Missouri injury lawyer is precisely what is called for in these scenarios.

Contact a Kansas City toxic exposure injury attorney at Norton & Spencer, P.C. today.

Types Of Exposure To Dangerous Chemicals

With more than 60 years of experience and more than $50 million obtained for injured clients, the law firm of Norton & Spencer, P.C. is ready to aggressively advocate for you if you have been injured due to toxic exposure related to:

  • Asbestos and other chemical issues
  • Chemical spills
  • Air pollution
  • Ground water contamination

We are unwilling to back down in pursuit of your interests. If negligence is demonstrated, we will assess the damages caused and do everything necessary to aggressively advocate in your best interest.

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All product liability and personal injury claims are handled on a contingency basis. This means you pay no lawyer fees unless we win your case. Contact us today by calling 866-251-5423 locally or 866-251-5423 toll free to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation. You may also complete a brief online form with your contact information.