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Chemical burns are painful and can cause permanent damage. An injury may result from contact with chemicals at the workplace or at home. A chemical burn, like a burn from a fire or scalding water, can cause permanent scarring.
When someone else's negligence is responsible for your chemical burn injury, you may be entitled to compensation for lost wages, lost income earning potential, lost quality of life and pain and suffering. A Pennsylvania chemical burn attorney at Flager & Yockey, P.C. can provide the experienced legal help you deserve.
Common substances in the workplace or at homes where children may reside may cause severe chemical burn damage to the skin, eyes, or the airway through inhalation. Irresponsible storage of these materials, improper cleanup after their use, or authorizing their use without proper warning of risks may be considered negligent acts if they lead to chemical burn injuries. Chemical burns can lead to blindness. Injury could occur from contact with fumes or gases. Direct contact may not be necessary.
It is crucial that employees are educated about potentially dangerous chemicals that are kept or used in the workplace. Employers must make the employees aware of the steps needed to maintain a safe environment. At Flager & Yockey, P.C., we are dedicated to providing clients who have sustained chemical burn injuries with exceptional legal counsel and guidance.
If you have suffered a chemical burn injury in Pennsylvania or New Jersey, contact Flager & Yockey, P.C. for the knowledgeable representation you need and the personal attention you deserve. Don't let a chemical burn ruin your life. Take action.
Call (215) 953-5200 today.
Your initial consultation is free. You don't pay us unless you win.
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