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Benzene Exposure

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Benzene Exposure

Has benzene exposure made you sick? Let our skilled attorneys fight for you.

Benzene is just one of many harmful chemicals that workers may be exposed to in the course of their jobs. Occupational exposure to benzene is particularly worrisome because it can cause leukemia.

In order to secure the compensation you deserve for your own illness or for the fatal illness of a loved one, you will need help from an attorney who is well-versed in occupational diseases and in benzene-related diseases in particular. In other words, you will need The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker. Thanks to our alliance with the distinguished firm of Perona, Langer, Beck, Serbin and Harrison, we are able dedicate ample time and resources to every client and provide aggressive and effective representation.

We Tackle the Toughest Benzene Exposure Cases

To win your case, we will need to show that your work involved exposure to benzene at levels known to cause illness, and that this exposure is the most reasonable explanation for your particular illness. This may require looking at some old evidence, since leukemia often does not develop until up to 15 years after benzene exposure. Fortunately, our attorneys know how to gather and analyze complicated medical evidence, with input from qualified medical experts as needed. You can rely on us to build the strongest possible case for you.

Now You May Wonder…

…What Kind of Compensation Can I Receive?

If we can prove your illness was caused by occupational exposure to benzene, you could receive:

  • Medical treatment
  • Temporary disability payments
  • Permanent disability payments
  • Lump sum payment options
  • Death benefits (for family members in a wrongful death case)

What Types of Workers Get Exposed to Benzene?

Many different types of workers may be at risk for benzene exposure, including:

  • Refinery Workers
  • Steel Workers
  • Chemical Workers
  • Painters
  • Printers
  • Rubber Workers
  • Shoemakers
  • Laboratory Technicians
  • Firefighters
  • Gas Station Employees

Remember, it is the date of your diagnosis that starts the clock running on the statute of limitations for filing a claim. So even if you worked in one of these positions years ago, you can and should contact an attorney if you were recently diagnosed with leukemia.

Why Choose The Law Offices of Larry H. Parker

  • We’ve won millions of dollars for our clients
  • Our alliance with PLBSH gives us access to ample resources for even the most complicated cases
  • You don’t pay any legal fees unless we win your case

We Offer Free Consultations

For more information about your right to compensation following occupational benzene exposure, please contact us at 800-333-0000 or submit your case online.

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