Indiana Toxic Tort Firm Defends Businesses
Indianapolis attorneys protecting you during a toxic tort claim
When people get sick, they often look for someone to blame. While certain substances do cause illness, many claims of correlation between exposure and disease are overblown. At Taylor DeVore PC, our attorneys investigate any toxic tort claims against your business or organization. We work with you to develop a strategy for litigation or negotiation that takes into account the financial and logistical goals of your company. Our legal team also understands the need for discretion when your business’s public image is on the line. Toxic tort cases can result in large judgments or settlements against your organization, so it is important to make sure you are represented by an experienced Indianapolis attorney.
Why do people bring toxic tort claims?
There are thousands of chemicals that can cause harm to humans. Exposure to harmful chemicals can happen all at once during a chemical spill or slowly over time in the workplace. Exposure to toxic chemicals can show up in many ways in the human body, from causing cancers and rare blood diseases to birth defects, mesothelioma and death. These chemicals, which can be a danger to people and the environment, can end up in the air, soil or water that people come in contact with every day. There are many causes of disease, and it can be difficult to prove that a specific instance of disease was caused by your company’s actions. At Taylor DeVore PC, we investigate cases of toxic exposure on your behalf, and we help defend you against all claims.
What can a toxic torts defense attorney do for you?
Toxic torts tend to involve large numbers of individuals taking action against a business. Our attorneys represent companies in lawsuits and class actions related to:
- Environmental chemical exposure. Air, water, soil contamination by arsenic, pesticides, chemical spills, hazardous waste dumping, brown fields and other contaminated places
- Occupational exposure to toxic substances. Asbestos, poor indoor air quality, mold, radiation, solvents, benzene, lead, vinyl chloride and coal tar pitch
- Residential exposure. Asbestos exposure, mold contamination, off-gassing of the hazardous chemicals found in building materials and other contaminants found in the home
As attorneys with experience in handling toxic tort cases, we understand both the science and the regulations that govern occupational and environmental exposure to harmful chemicals. We have access to a team of environmental scientists, medical professionals and investigators who work to disprove claims against you.