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Types of Injuries
With the myriads of chemicals on the market, the amount of potential toxicity
You can be exposed to hazardous chemicals in your workplace or in your home. Some hazardous chemicals can cause severe brain, lung and
If you believe that you have been injured because of a chemical exposure, contact Wilentz, Goldman & Spitzer.
Types of InjuriesIf an individual is exposed to some of the previously referenced products without proper protection, various forms of injury can develop. While it would be impossible to list all potential injuries, the following could serve as a guide to alert you to a potential link between your occupational or home exposure.
These injuries can include the following:
» various forms of cancer (lung, bladder, brain, kidney, leukemia, lymphoma, skin cancer)
» various forms of learning disability (ADD, ADHD, LD)
» teratogenic effects (effects on the fetus when the mother is exposed before or during pregnancy)
» respiratory effects (breathing difficulties, allergies and other similar conditions)
» gastrointestinal effects (stomach conditions)
» cardiovascular effects (heart problems)
» hepatic effects (various liver conditions)
» renal effects (various kidney effects including blood in the urine and other kidney problems)
» neurological effects (various nervous system disorders, including reflex malfunction and headaches)