Harmed By Pesticide Exposure?
At Savinis, Kane, & Gallucci, L.L.C., we have been representing those injured by the negligence or wrongdoing of others for decades. If you or someone you love was harmed by working in a pesticide plant, by being unreasonably exposed to chemicals on someone else’s property or by other means, turn to us. Our Pittsburgh pesticide exposure lawyers have successfully represented hundreds of families suffering the damaging aftereffects of toxic exposure, and we are skilled at investigating the origins of the damage to identify and prosecute all liable parties.
How Are People Exposed To Pesticide Poisoning?
Farm workers are often exposed to pesticides on a regular basis, as are pesticide plant employees. In addition, people can encounter these toxic chemicals in a variety of other ways, from eating contaminated fruits and vegetables to breathing in or absorbing weed killer from somebody’s yard.
What Are The Dangers And Side Effects?
Pesticide exposure can have mild effects (such as causing temporary eye irritation) or very serious effects (such as causing a form of leukemia), depending on the circumstances. In addition, a pregnant woman who is exposed to high levels of pesticides is at particular risk for having a baby born with serious birth defects. These defects may include:
- Missing eyes, ears or nose
- Deformed limbs
- Underdeveloped jaws
- Lack of sex organs
- Neural tube or heart defects
Contact Savinis, Kane, & Gallucci, For A Free Initial Consultation
If you believe that you or a loved one has been injured by pesticide exposure or your baby was born with pesticide-related birth defects, it is important to seek both medical and legal help right away. Call 412-567-4931 or complete our contact form to schedule a free initial consultation with our law firm. Our Pennsylvania personal injury lawyers accept all cases on a no-recovery, no-fee basis. You will not pay attorney’s fees unless we are successful in your case. From our offices in Pittsburgh, we represent clients throughout western Pennsylvania and across the nation.