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Benzene Information

In addition to asbestos, another common cancer-causing agent is benzene. According to the American Cancer Society, benzene is a colorless, flammable liquid that is among the 20 most commonly used chemicals in the United States. While it forms naturally, most benzene exposures result from human activities at work, through the use of household products or inhaling it in the general environment.

At Waddell Anderman Law Firm, our Baton Rouge attorneys for benzene exposure have more than 40 years of combined legal experience. We understand that choosing the right law firm is one of the most important decisions you and your family will make. We have built a reputation for providing outstanding client service, and we believe our case results speak for themselves. We will be by your side throughout your entire case and will always be available to answer any questions or address any concerns that you might have. Contact our Louisiana attorneys online or call 225-283-8650 today to schedule your free initial consultation. We accept all benzene exposure cases on a contingency fee basis — you will not pay a fee unless we win results for you.

Leukemia and Lymphoma Due to Benzene Exposure

Benzene has been linked to cancer, particularly leukemia and other cancers affecting a person’s blood cells. Sometimes cancers can develop quickly after initial exposure, but far more often we see clients whose illnesses manifest years down the road.

Most clients we help were exposed to benzene either at work or out in the community. The major industries that typically use benzene are:

  • Rubber manufacturing
  • Oil refineries
  • Chemical plants
  • Other gasoline-related industries
  • Manufacturing of lubricants
  • Manufacturing of dyes, detergents, drugs and pesticides

In addition to exposure in the workplace, benzene hazards are in our everyday environment and can be found in:

  • Cigarette smoke and secondhand smoke
  • Contaminated drinking water
  • Gasoline
  • Solvents, paints and art supplies
  • Air, especially around gas stations and industrial plants
  • Automobile exhaust fumes
  • Waste water

Contact Our Law Firm for Benzene Exposure Trial Information

If you or a loved one developed cancer from benzene exposure, we are here to stand up for your rights. Contact us online or call 225-283-8650 today to speak with a knowledgeable injury lawyer.

We offer free initial consultations, and we get paid on a contingent fee basis — you won’t owe us a thing unless we win results for you.