If you or a loved one was exposed to harmful contaminants as a result of someone else’s negligence, the results can be devastating. Contaminated water, land and workplaces leave many North Carolina with serious health problems and mounting medical bills. If you or a loved one suffered injuries as a result of a Toxic Exposure, call Henson Fuerst right away at (919) 781-1107 or fill out a free online consultation form. Our experienced North Carolina Toxic Exposure attorneys will investigate every detail of your situation absolutely FREE and ensure that your rights are protected.
Below, you can explore additional resources on Toxic Exposure claims:
Toxic Exposure Injury Resources
- EPA—Groundwater and Drinking Water
Drinking water safety starts with awareness. Get the basic facts about water contaminants.
- National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS)
This website is a great resource for all types of toxic exposure and includes sections on environmental health, education, and external resources.
- U.S. Department of Labor—Occupational Safety & Health Administration
Find a listing of toxic and reactive highly hazardous chemical substances that present potential for a toxic exposure accident.
- U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)—Envirofacts Master Chemical Integrator (EMCI)
EMCI gives you access to a list of toxic chemicals that are monitored by EPA’s programs for air, water, and hazardous waste.
- U.S. National Library of Medicine—ToxMystery
The ToxMystery website is designed to help educate children on the dangers of toxic chemicals. It includes an interactive ToxMystery activity, along with parent and teacher resources.
- U.S. National Library of Medicine—ToxNet
Learn about the environmental health concerns and toxic chemicals located where you live, work, and play.
- American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM)
The AAEM provides educational and medical resources to promote health through prevention, safe and effective treatment, and medical research.
- American Board of Preventive Medicine (ABPM)
Though mainly used as a resource by doctors and medical professionals, ABPM is available to the general public. Use this resource to read about the medical training your physician received.
- Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology (APIC)
The APIC’s mission is to spread knowledge and prevent infection. Throughout the website, you will find resources, studies, tools, and personal testimonies to stop preventable infections before they start.