Maritime Exposure & Illness
Leukemia, Lung Cancer and Other Illness Caused by Chemical Exposure
Many career maritime workers have been unknowingly exposed to potentially toxic and carcinogenic substances during the course of their jobs. Long-term exposure to industrial solvents, diesel fumes and byproducts of oil and gas production has been shown to cause serious, life-threatening and fatal illness.
If you were diagnosed with leukemia, mesothelioma, asbestosis or another chronic, progressive illness and you suspect that maritime workplace exposure may be the cause, the Texas law firm of Stevenson & Murray can provide you with honest answers, straightforward legal guidance and support in a free consultation. Contact our offices today to speak with an experienced maritime accident, injury and illness attorney.
Experience and Resources That Makes a Difference
The firm combines years of experience in the litigation of personal injury and wrongful death claims with a thorough understanding of maritime and admiralty law. Our attorneys have a proven record of success in obtaining multimillion-dollar settlements and judgments for our injured clients and families of fatal accident victims.
We apply this experience and dedication to producing results to cases involving serious, life-threatening illness caused by maritime workplace exposure to substances like benzene, asbestos, diesel fuel, cleaning agents, acids, pesticides and other harmful substances.
A thorough investigation by a team of capable attorneys, knowledgeable investigators and leading independent experts will almost certainly be necessary to uncover evidence to prove that your illness was caused by chemical exposure. The firm has substantial resources at its disposal and is willing to invest as necessary to build a strong case for our clients’ recovery.
Contact Stevenson & Murray
To discuss a potential maritime exposure illness claim with an experienced trial attorney, call the Houston offices of Stevenson & Murray toll-free at 713.597.3836. You may also contact the firm by email for prompt attention to your questions or to schedule a free case evaluation.