St. Louis Chemical Spill Injury Attorneys

Accidents involving gas trucks, chlorine tankers and other toxic chemical carriers can cause serious or fatal injuries. Damage can occur to eyes, lungs, respiratory tracts and other organs. Long after the event, psychological disorders such as post-traumatic stress disorder can continue to haunt the victims of the accident.

At The Roberts Law Firm, P.C., we place a priority on helping our clients obtain the medical care and compensation they need to rebuild their lives. We work closely with medical experts to identify the medical care and services our clients need. We then advocate vigorously in the legal system to obtain the financial resources that can pay for that care, as well as compensation for other economic and non-economic losses.

Contact The Roberts Law Firm, P.C. today for a free consultation with a lawyer. We want to help you get all of the medical care and compensation you deserve.

Investigating the Accident

Thorough investigation is critical in any chemical or gas truck accident case. Our attorneys will carefully examine every aspect of your accident, using the services of professional accident investigators and other experts when appropriate. This is important because a toxic spill accident may have more than one cause. The negligence of a trucking company, equipment supplier, or other vehicle driver can combine to create a catastrophic event. The Roberts Law Firm, P.C. will recreate an accurate picture of what really happened, which will form the foundation of the case.

Documenting Your Losses

The Roberts Law Firm, P.C. will also document your economic and non-economic losses for inclusion in your claim. These can include medical costs, lost income, pain-and suffering and other losses. Our goal will be to obtain maximum compensation for you.

Get Legal Help Today

For a free consultation with a Missouri toxic spill accident attorney, contact The Roberts Law Firm, P.C.

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