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Exposure to toxic chemicals is a constant risk for many people working in the construction industry in New York City.  Asbestos, lead, carbon monoxide and other toxins are often released on a construction site, and if proper steps are not taken to prevent injury, they can cause serious injury.  Whether due to a sudden explosion, an industrial accident or inhalation of chemical fumes over time, the consequences can be life-changing and even deadly.

If you are suffering from a serious health condition caused by a toxic substance you were exposed to on a construction site, call the Law Offices of Michael S. Lamonsoff, PLLC, today. We can help you through this difficult time and get you the compensation that you need for adequate medical treatment.

If you have suffered an injury from toxic exposure, the top-rated personal injury lawyers at Law Offices of Michael S. Lamonsoff, PLLC, will fight aggressively to get you the justice and the compensation that you need.

What types of toxic exposure can happen on a construction site?

Whenever a poisonous substance is used or released on a construction site, there is a danger that construction workers could be exposed to it to such a degree that it causes illness or injury.

Some of the toxic substances that are commonly found on construction sites include:

  • Asbestos
  • Formaldehyde
  • Di-isocyanates
  • Flame retardants
  • Silica
  • Carbon monoxide
  • Lead
  • Paint
  • Mold
  • Other chemicals

Toxic exposure can happen by:

  • Touching the toxic substance
  • Breathing in toxic dust or gases
  • Direct contact of the toxin with the skin or eyes
  • Ingesting the toxic substance
  • Prolonged exposure to small amounts of toxic substances

If I was exposed to toxins on a New York construction site, who is responsible?

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has strict regulations for safe working conditions, expecially concerning hazardous chemicals. OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) requires employers to classify, label, and train workers to handle hazardous chemicals.

In many cases of toxic exposure, the standards established by OSHA for worker safety were not followed by a contractor, supervisor, property owner or other party responsible for worker safety. When you call the Offices of Michael S. Lamonsoff, PLLC, our top-rated personal injury attorneys begin work immediately to determine all of the parties that can be held legally responsible for your injury. A detailed investigation of all of the circumstances surrounding your case will begin right away, before there is time for evidence to be lost or witnesses to forget.

Contact us for help with your toxic exposure claim

The Law Offices of Michael S. Lamonsoff and its construction accident attorneys have spent years providing assistance to construction accident victims, including those who have been victims of toxic exposure. If you’ve been injured and ask for our help, we will thoroughly investigate your claim, and fight for your rights to compensation.

Contact the Law Offices of Michael S. Lamonsoff for a free consultation today.

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