Chemical Burn Injuries

Have You Suffered Exposure to a Toxic Chemical?

Toxic inhalation and chemical burns can leave you with steep medical bills and keep you from returning to work. The worst cases can lead to permanent disability and even fatal injuries.

If you or someone close to you has suffered a chemical burn or toxic inhalation injury on the job, the attorneys at Martin Law are here to help. We have the experience, skill and resources to handle complex workers’ compensation claims and appeals for workers throughout Pennsylvania.

Please contact us online or by telephone at 215.587.8400 for a free consultation with an experienced Philadelphia chemical burn injury lawyer.

Toxic Inhalation

Industrial fires, chemical leaks and other workplace accidents can expose workers to the danger of inhalation injuries. Inhalation of hot air can burn the throat, nostrils and lungs. Inhalation of smoke and toxic chemicals can deprive the brain of oxygen, leading to brain damage and even death.

Chemical Burn Injuries

Chemical burns from caustic chemicals can severely damage the skin and underlying tissues. Burn injuries can be especially painful and slow to heal. As experienced workers’ compensation attorneys we thoroughly document our clients’ injuries to determine the medical care they will need, and the fair and just amount of compensation they are entitled to.

Contact Us

If you have suffered from toxic inhalation on the job, we are here to help. Contact attorneys who understand the value of your disability claim and who will stand up for your rights. We offer a free consultation, and there are no attorney fees for representing you in hearings or appeals unless we win your case.

Let us evaluate your claim —FREE— 215.587.8400

Awards & Accomplishments

The workers' compensation attorneys at Martin Law have received numerous honors and awards—from other lawyers, neutral third-party publications and trusted consumer organizations. The achievement we are most proud of is simply being able to help the many decent, hardworking people who have suffered the misfortune of a work injury.