Many chemical substances at home and at work can do serious harm. Most chemical burns from household products such as bleach or pool chlorinator cause relatively minor injuries that can be treated on an outpatient basis. Chemical burns at work, however, may be much more serious because of the strength and amount of the chemical involved. Individuals working with chemicals in labs or processing plants, on construction sites, or during cleanup or maintenance can suffer severe burns that may result in disfigurement, long-term disability or even death.
Whether your chemical burn results in minor injuries or long-term harm, we can help. We represent clients suffering burn injuries in seeking to obtain compensation for medical bills, lost wages, lost earning capacity, and pain and suffering from all those who are responsible. If you lost a loved because of a deadly chemical burn injury, we can help you seek fair compensation for your own losses in a wrongful death suit.
Chemicals that touch the skin or are inhaled can produce both injuries to the skin and internal injuries. The internal injuries from chemical exposure, however, are not always immediately apparent, and in fact may not become known for some time. Signs of chemical burns may include:
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