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Benzene is used in the manufacture of rubber, plastics, and synthetic fibers including nylon, lubricants, drugs, dyes, detergents, and pesticides. The chemical is also found in many fuels and solvents and is usually colorless or light yellow in appearance.
being one of the most commonly used chemicals in the United States, benzene
exposure has been linked to acute myeloid leukemia (AML)—a rapid-spreading
cancer of the blood and bone marrow.
If you or someone you love developed acute myeloid leukemia, you may be entitled to compensation. Our benzene attorneys are ready to investigate your case and work to determine if you were exposed to benzene and who may be responsible for your illness. Your time to file a claim is limited—contact our lawyers now at (866) 897-8495 for a free case review to get started.
According to the American Cancer Society, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), part of the World Health Organization, has classified benzene as carcinogenic to humans based on evidence linking it to the development of AML. Studies have also shown that rates of AML are higher among workers who are regularly exposed to benzene than other parts of the population.
government agencies have acknowledged the health risks of benzene. The chemical
is recognized as a:
can be exposed to benzene through inhalation, skin absorption, ingestion, and
skin and/or eye contact. Workers using solvents can absorb benzene through the
skin (primarily the hands) by handling rags or splashing solvents on their skin
or by breathing in vapors.
at risk include:
workers involved in the manufacturing of benzene-derived products—such as
clothing, plywood, compact discs, paints, packaging, and adhesives—may also
face an increased risk of AML.
If you developed acute myeloid leukemia while working in an environment with benzene exposure, you may be entitled to compensation. Contact the defective product attorneys at Dudley DeBosier today for a free case review.
and symptoms of adult AML include:
can perform blood and bone marrow tests that detect and diagnose AML, and
treatment options may be available depending on prognosis.
you or a loved one were diagnosed with AML, contact us now. You don’t have to
know when or how you were exposed to benzene to have potential rights to
compensation. Our Louisiana defective product attorneys have experience with
benzene leukemia cases, and we’re here to investigate who may be responsible
for your illness.
Dudley DeBosier, we understand what you’re going through, and that’s why it’s
our goal to streamline the legal process so that you can focus on what matters
most—your health and your family. When you hire the attorneys at Dudley
DeBosier, you get more than experienced legal help. You get a team that treats
you like family. That’s the Dudley DeBosier Difference.
There are strict deadlines to file benzene lawsuits. Don’t wait to get the help you deserve. Call or contact us for a free initial consultation today. We’re here to help.
Dudley DeBosier is not affiliated with, sponsored by, or associated with the American Cancer Society; Agency for Toxic Substances and Diseases Registry; the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; the Occupational Health and Safety Administration; the U.S. Department of Transportation; or the World Health Organization.
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