Environmental Claims Lawyers

Representing Orlando, Tampa, Miami and Nearby Areas of Florida

Even though we have federal and state environmental laws, many chemicals and toxins are released into the environment every day. Sometimes the toxins get into the groundwater. Other times, the pollution is in the air. 

All too often, victims of these toxins are left sick and suffering. Sometimes, the victims don’t even realize what made them sick.

If you believe that you or your loved ones were made sick by toxins released into your environment, you may be able to file an environmental claim, or toxic tort.  A toxic tort allows individuals to recover compensation from corporations or industries whose pollution or byproducts caused their sicknesses and injuries. To discuss your options during a free consultation, please call (855) 880-4741 to speak with an attorney at Colling Gilbert Wright & Carter.

Common Agents in Toxic Tort Cases

The most common types of toxic emissions and materials that cause medical problems, and that people should be wary of, are:

  • Asbestos
  • Pesticides
  • Improperly disposed toxic waste
  • Chemicals
  • Radiation from power generation

Common Outcomes of Exposure to Environmental Toxins

Environmental claims help people receive compensation for serious medical problems they have suffered as a result of toxic materials or toxic emissions. Some of the most common and serious medical problems that occur from toxic materials and emissions are:

If you believe that you or a loved one has been injured or has suffered an illness due to toxic emissions or toxic materials, please contact an experienced Florida toxic tort attorney at Colling Gilbert Wright & Carter by calling (855) 880-4741 or completing our online form. Our environmental claims lawyers will investigate the causes of your sickness and injuries to determine whether they were actually caused by environmental contamination. We will work hard to show that your injuries are a direct result of the toxic emissions or materials in your environment and to hold responsible the companies that released the toxins.