You expect the water that flows from your faucet to be safe, drinkable, and free of dangerous chemicals, and you trust that government agencies monitor water quality on a frequent basis. But if you watch the news, you know that contaminated water still finds its way into homes like yours, and it can cause severe health problems.
If you or a loved one were harmed as a result of water contamination, the lawyers at Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin want to help protect your rights. Our legal team is available to assist you 24/7—just dial (800) 477-7315 or complete a free initial consultation form now.
Causes of Water Contamination
Water contamination results from the release of toxic chemicals into watersheds, lakes, rivers, or other bodies of water.
Common causes of water pollution include:
- Old, rusty, or poorly maintained pipelines
- Improper disposal of sewage or waste water
- Industrial or chemical plant runoff
- Leaks from underground storage tanks
- Atmospheric deposition
If you’ve been harmed by contaminated water, we’re ready to help you get the compensation you deserve to pay for your medical bills and pain and suffering.
Risks of Water Contamination
Your health is at risk whether you’ve been drinking contaminated water or merely come into contact with it. Risks associated with exposure to contaminated water include:
- Gastrointestinal illnesses
- Reproductive issues
- Developmental problems
- Neurological disorders
- Lead or other types of chemical poisoning
If you or a loved one have experienced these or other severe health concerns because of contaminated water, we’re here to help. Contact us today at (800) 477-7315 and let us get to work for you.
Get Experience on Your Side
If you believe that water contamination may have caused you or a loved one to become ill, the lawyers at Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin want to help fight for your rights to compensation. We’re ready to hold any responsible parties accountable. You won’t pay us anything unless we get money for you. Contact us for a free initial consultation or call (800) 477-7315 today.