|Giving a recorded statement after a chemical exposure injury could hurt your ability to recover compensation. Learn how to protect your rights in this video.|
|Should I give a recorded statement about my chemical exposure injury case?|
If you’re reading this, you may have been exposed to a chemical toxic release in South Carolina. It has been my experience that the companies responsible – the plants or the railroads – will send a team of insurance adjusters and lawyers to try to settle the case immediately, before your damages are realized or known, and try to take statements as to your condition, before you’ve had a chance to seek the appropriate medical treatment from emergency rooms and specialists. My advice to you is to not speak with these insurance adjusters and their attorneys until you’ve spoken with your own trial attorney.
Speak with a lawyer who has experience proving how this type of chemical release occurred, and speak with a trial lawyer who has experience proving how this chemical damaged your body or your property. If you have any questions about toxic chemical releases in South Carolina, give us a call. We’d be happy to help.
Were you or a loved one seriously injured in a factory and have questions about giving a recorded statement after a chemical exposure injury? Contact the experienced North Augusta chemical exposure injury lawyers at Nimmons Malchow Johnson today for a free consultation and case evaluation.
We can help get your life back on track.
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