Some workplaces involve the use of or proximity to toxic chemicals. While there are instances in which a person can be exposed to toxic chemicals by sheer accident or in other manners, there are also many circumstances in which toxic chemical exposure occurs due to the sheer negligence of a manager or employer. Tragically, this toxic chemical exposure all too often causes the untimely and unexpected deaths of employees.
At the Cottrell Law Office, we know that the death of a loved one in Arkansas due to toxic chemical exposure at work is extremely painful and difficult to deal with. While nothing can compensate for this loss, a workers’ compensation claim or wrongful death claim can help those left behind better recover as they may not have to deal with hefty financial burdens and can get a sense of closure.
Toxic Chemical Exposure and Dangerous Chemicals
Being exposed to any toxic chemical can be extremely dangerous and can result in physical injury or even death. However, certain chemicals are known to be more dangerous and often deadly to those who are exposed to them. These can include:
- High concentrations of Hydrogen Peroxide
- Ethylene glycol
- Sodium cyanide
Any one of these and other toxic chemicals could cause a person to lose their life if they are exposed to them. Sadly, this leaves their loves ones behind, grieving and unsure of what to do.
Discuss Toxic Chemical Exposure and Wrongful Death with an Arkansas Lawyer
If someone you love died because of toxic chemical exposure, you are likely grieving their loss. While focusing on the logistics of this situation can be difficult, it is often necessary, especially when it comes to finances. Fortunately, our lawyers at the Cottrell Law Office, can take much of this responsibility off our clients’ hands by pursuing wrongful death claims for them. Call (888) 433-4861 to learn more about this legal option and how it might provide much-needed financial assistance for you.