Texas Benzene Injury Attorneys
Benzene exposure dangers have been well known to government agencies and industrial corporations for many decades. Benzene is a known carcinogen that occurs in nature in small amounts, but its use and occurrence in a range of industries exposes workers to levels that have proven extremely hazardous.
Our Beaumont, Texas-based, nationally known toxic torts and personal injury lawyers have taken legal action for many victims of benzene exposure, and we have in-depth knowledge of the factors in these cases. The health impact of benzene products has been severe, and holding a company responsible calls for attorneys with strong, relevant experience proving that specific types of chemical exposure cause disease.
We are here to assess your legal options thoroughly as a victim or surviving family member of a worker struck by leukemia, aplastic anemia, myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS), lymphoma, or multiple myeloma you have any reason to suspect may be benzene-related.
Did You Work in an Industry Known for Benzene Exposure Risk?
Many governmental and industry authorities have acknowledged and stated that occupations affected by benzene include:
- Workers engaged in many aspects of petroleum and gasoline refining, as well as barge workers, pipefitters, tankermen, drum fillers, and shipping and receiving personnel in the petrochemical industry
- Mechanics, machinists, and other workers in a variety of general industrial occupations
- Chemists, laboratory technicians, chemical workers and instrument men
- Chemical truck and tank truck drivers
- Rubber workers, as well as workers in the printing industry, dry cleaning industry, and others exposed to benzene in some form, including gasoline, crude oil, and benzene-containing chemicals such as benzol, naphtha, toluene, xylene, reformate, raffinate, and many solvents and paint thinners
Speak With an Attorney About Your Legal Right to Compensation
Our experience extends across the spectrum of trial work for chemical exposure victims, including maritime workers' cases under the Jones Act. If you or a loved one has been struck by leukemia, other benzene cancer or a potentially benzene-related blood disease, we encourage you to contact us for a free consultation, wherever you live in the United States and wherever you believe the exposure occurred.