Defense Against Claims of Chemical Exposure
We Handle Occupational and Environmental Claims
At Pallo, Marks, Hernandez, Gechijian & DeMay, P.A., our attorneys
have been recognized for our proficiency in the area of workers' compensation
defense against environmental and occupational claims. Founding Attorney
Keith R. Pallo has represented numerous individual and corporate clients
throughout the State of Florida, defending "sick building,"
multiple chemical sensitivity, mold, and occupational exposure claims.
Small property owners, as well as businesses and large corporations, may
find themselves facing workers' compensation and other liability claims
based on having exposed workers and individuals to personal injury and
health damage or wrongful death. Claims may involve emotional trauma,
increased risk, or the contracting of diseases such as cancer, or other
medical claims. Allegations may involve the disposal or release of a large
number of various toxic chemicals or contaminants into the environment.
Chemical exposure claims may involve allegations concerning: Benzene, Arsenic,
Asbestos, Formaldehyde, Indoor Air Quality, Underground Storage Tanks,
and Mold. Mold claims and disputes may also be brought against property
owners or managers, contractors, landlords, and other interested parties.
Experienced Chemical and Toxic Exposure Lawyers
Our firm has extensive legal experience in handling such claims, disputes,
and lawsuits. Whatever type of liability in a workers' compensation
claim you may be facing, we will use all our resource abilities, including
expert witnesses, as well as the extensive knowledge and skills of attorneys
who have concentrated on insurance defense for decades. Because of our
focus on this area for so many years, we have acquired an abundance of
scientific and technical understanding in chemical exposure matters and
are uniquely and highly qualified to advise clients and effectively resolve
such legal problems. Our attorneys are seasoned trial lawyers who will
vigorously pursue the most favorable legal resolution, whether through
mediation, arbitration, or aggressive courtroom litigation.