Were You Injured by Toxic Chemicals?

If you suffered an injury or have been diagnosed with a serious medical condition because of exposure to toxic materials in Kentucky, you have the right to seek compensation for your medical treatment, lost earnings, pain and suffering, and other financial damages resulting from your injuries.

We're Here to Help You

At Morris & Player PLLC in Louisville, we are familiar with the devastating nature of toxic exposure injuries. We have helped many people throughout Kentucky who are dealing with these life-changing injuries and medical conditions. See our verdicts and settlements page for examples of our results.

We are ready to listen to your story and assist you in any way we can. Our primary goal is to pursue full and fair compensation for all relevant past and future damages.

We are recognized as one of Kentucky's leading litigation firms representing people injured by exposure to toxic substances such as:

  • Benzene
  • Ammonia
  • Lead
  • Asbestos
  • Carbon monoxide

Multiple Parties May Share Liability

Toxic exposure injuries and wrongful death cases are often complex. Multiple parties may share liability. Our lawyers will work with professional consultants to thoroughly investigate the cause of the exposure and make sure you have a solid case for financial recovery.

Recovery That Meets Your Needs

In many toxic exposure cases, individuals can suffer permanent damage both externally and internally. Damage to lungs, other internal organs, nerves and external tissue are common and may be catastrophic or fatal in nature. Life-long disability or the need for long-term care are a possibility, giving you all the more reason to seek experienced counsel to defend your right to maximum compensation.

Contact Us Now — Free Consultations

If you were exposed to toxic substances and suffered an injury or medical condition as a result, call us toll free at 800-501-0431 or contact our attorneys by email. We offer free initial consultations and operate on contingency fees in toxic exposure cases. This means we don't get paid unless you do.