Toxic Tort and Chemical Exposure Injury Lawyers in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia
A toxic tort is a category of injury that happens when an individual is exposed to toxic chemicals or other hazardous materials. Devastating injuries, extensive property damage, and other damages can result from such exposure. The Cochran Firm DC protects the rights of individuals in Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia who have been injured by toxic chemical exposure.
For victims of exposure to toxic and dangerous chemicals, it can tragically mean lifelong medical expenses and health issues. Exposure can happen very quickly, or it can happen slowly over a long period of time, such as when toxic chemicals gradually seep onto a victim’s property from a nearby chemical or manufacturing facility.
The experienced attorneys with The Cochran Firm DC are ready to handle toxic tort claims ranging from single-plaintiff suits to larger mass tort or class action claims. Our toxic tort attorneys understand and are ready for the tactics commonly used by defendants and stand ready to refute the legal strategies commonly employed by defense attorneys. Our legal team has the expertise and insight to provide robust, intelligent, and effective legal representation to victims who have been hurt by chemical exposure.
If You’ve Been a Victim of a Chemical Exposure Accident:
We Fight For the Rights of Individuals Injured by Toxic Chemicals
At The Cochran Firm DC, we only represent injured victims and their families. We do not take cases from insurance companies or defend large corporations whose actions have needlessly left victims injured.
Our team of experienced and aggressive toxic tort lawyers has a wide breadth of experience successfully prosecuting personal injury claims and is prepared to do whatever it takes to hold wrongdoers accountable. Contact The Cochran Firm DC today to schedule a free initial consultation and case evaluation. No matter what chemical injured you or your property, we want to help you hold careless corporations and wrongdoers responsible.