Littleton Mold & Asbestos Attorneys
Skilled Environmental & Toxic Injury Lawyers Serving Englewood, Littleton, Denver & Surrounding Areas
If you spend much time watching television or reading the news, you may have heard about mold and asbestos injuries. Exposure to toxic substances can have devastating health consequences.
If you or a family member is sick as a result of exposure to mold or asbestos, call Curtis | Walton Law. Our Littleton mold and asbestos lawyers can evaluate your situation and advise you of your legal options in a free consultation.
To learn more about how we handle mold and asbestos claims, call our toxic mold lawyers at (720) 815-4402 or contact us online. We offer legal representation in Littleton, Englewood, and surrounding areas.
Toxic Mold Injuries
Mold commonly grows where moisture is present, such as:
- In a home or building with insufficient ventilation
- Or plumbing leaks
Heavy or long-term exposure to mold can have a variety of health effects, including toxic mold syndrome.
What Are the Symptoms for Toxic Mold Syndrome?
So how do you know if mold is making you sick? While there is not one single set of symptoms for toxic mold syndrome, doctors may diagnose a patient with this condition when he or she exhibits a variety of symptoms associated with exposure to mold.
Some common symptoms experienced after significant exposure to mold include:
- Watery eyes
- Skin irritation
- Increase in allergy and asthma symptoms
- Increase in COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) symptoms
What To Do if You Suspect You Have Been Exposed To Mold
If you suspect that your health issues are caused by exposure to mold, the first thing you should do is to consult with a medical professional for treatment. After you have received the medical care you need, you may want to consult with a mold attorney to discuss options for compensation. We have extensive knowledge of Colorado law regarding environmental harm and toxic injury and a strong commitment to fighting for our clients.
Asbestos Causes Serious Illness
Asbestos has been linked to serious and incurable health conditions, including:
- And asbestosis
Both of these conditions are caused only by exposure to asbestos. Unfortunately, it can take decades for symptoms to appear. If you have been diagnosed with an asbestos-related illness, you may want to consult an experienced personal injury lawyer to learn about your legal options.
Which Industries Have High Exposure to Asbestos?
Workers in certain industries and trades with high exposure to asbestos include:
- Chemical operators
- Pipe fitters
- Power plant employees
- Sugar factory workers
Asbestos particles are inhaled into the lungs, where they become trapped and cause damage. With long term exposure, people are at risk of mesothelioma, which is a deadly and incurable cancer.
In addition, exposure to asbestos has also been linked to other cancers. Our mold and asbestos attorneys in Littleton can review your case and explain your legal options.
Highly Competent & Empathetic Legal Representation
Our dedicated personal injury lawyers have been recognized by our clients and peers for the quality of our legal representation.
Our attorneys and firm have been recipients of Attorney and Practice Magazine's Top 10 Personal Injury Law Firm, 10 Best Attorneys in Client Satisfaction from the American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys (2016 and 2018), and The National Trial Lawyers Top 40 Under 40.
Reach out to Curtis | Walton law today at (720) 815-4402 or contact us online for justice driven toxic mold attorneys to help you fight for what is right.
Mold & Asbestos Case $330,000
Our client's home flooded, causing property damage and illness due to mold.