Have You Been Exposed To Toxins At Work?Chemicals are an important and everyday aspect of both home life and work. We use chemicals for a huge range of tasks, from fixing a clogged drain to putting the finishing coat of paint on a brand-new automobile. Even though chemicals can be incredibly beneficial, they can be harmful as well with improper exposure. The fact of the matter is that any chemical is toxic to the human body in extreme quantities, even water. But with common industrial chemicals, the dose required to make someone sick is very low to sometimes even minuscule. Those exposed to such chemicals often need legal help from personal injury lawyers like those at the Kyle Law Firm to help them recover from damages incurred and work within the law to seek a just resolution. We’ve earned millions of dollars on behalf of our clients, and stand prepared to help you, too.
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- The Occupational Safety and Health Administration reported that in 2010 dermal skin exposure as a source of illness was higher than respiratory exposure illnesses. There were 34,400 cases of skin illnesses versus 19,300 respiratory cases.
- Respiratory exposure to chemicals is also significant, however, with a rate of 1.9 per 10,000 employees surveyed.
- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported in 2009 that while some home exposure to dangerous toxins like lead has declined, there has been an increase in exposure to chemicals such as acrylamides and bisphosphonates (BPs) in plastics.