Injured By Exposure To Benzene?
Benzene is a sweet-smelling, colorless chemical that is used in the manufacture of numerous products. For instance, benzene is used in the oil refining process. Benzene is also used in the manufacture of plastics, nylon, detergents and other products. People who work in a variety of different environments may have been exposed to harmful levels of this product, including:
- Oil refineries
- Steel mills
- Printing presses
- Chemical plants
Regular and sustained exposure to benzene can lead to acute myelogenous leukemia (AML) and other forms of leukemia. Benzene exposure can also lead to myelodysplastic syndrome, anemia and a number of other diseases affecting the blood. In many cases, the companies that use benzene in the manufacture of their products fail to take steps to adequately protect their workers. If you or someone you love has leukemia or another blood disease, and you have reason to believe that benzene exposure caused this disease, it is important to discuss your case with a lawyer.
We Are Here To Help You
At Savinis, Kane, & Gallucci, our Pennsylvania law firm has forcefully advocated for people who have sustained life-threatening or fatal illnesses due to exposure to toxic substances such as benzene. We understand both the science in these cases and the legal aspects of these cases. This experience is critical in developing a strong case for your damages. Our record of results, in and out of the courtroom, stands as a testament to our tenacity, our skill and our experience.
Contact Savinis, Kane, & Gallucci, For Free
Our Pittsburgh benzene exposure injury attorneys take all cases on a contingency basis. You will not pay attorney’s fees unless we recover compensation for the harm you have suffered. To get started, call 412-567-4931 for your free initial consultation. You can also email us to get started.