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Let A Florida Chemical Exposure Lawyer Fight To Protect Your Rights

Toxic exposure cases involve legal and scientific complexities that typically don't come up in many other personal injury cases. In many of these cases, exposure to the chemical happened many years before the actual illness, and it is the attorney's job to prove to the jury that there is a real connection between the exposure and the illness. In these cases, you need an experienced toxic and chemical exposure lawyer in Miami-Dade County. You need someone who has experience not just as a general practitioner, but who has a demonstrated track record of success litigating these types of cases. Call attorney Jeffrey D. DeCarlo today to learn about your options: (305) 572-0065.

In more than 20 years protecting the rights of personal injury victims, Florida toxic exposure attorney Jeffrey D. DeCarlo has handled a wide variety of toxic exposure and asbestos cases. He has the knowledge and resources to fight for the compensation you need after suffering serious injuries from chemicals and toxins due to such exposure. Let our experienced legal team protect your rights. Contact the Law Office of Jeffrey D. DeCarlo, P.A. today to discuss your legal options free of charge.

Types of toxic exposure lawsuits and cases we handle

At the Law Office of Jeffrey D. DeCarlo, P.A., our experienced legal staff handles chemical exposure cases, including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Gadolinium Deposition Disease
  • Asbestos/mesothelioma
  • Benzene
  • Radiation
  • Commercial-grade Roundup (Glyphosate)
  • Silica
  • Food poisoning
  • Lead poisoning
  • Carbon monoxide poisoning
  • Toxic exposure from dangerous products used for household cleaning

You have rights. We protect them. Contact a Florida contingency fee lawyer today

It can be difficult knowing what to do if you or a loved one suffered severe injuries after being exposed to a dangerous chemical. It might have been years since you were last exposed to a toxic substance, but now are showing symptoms of exposure. You may face steep medical bills, lost wages from missing work, or even the wrongful death of a loved one who was the lone breadwinner in the family. You might feel that the odds are stacked against you. Get in touch with an experienced toxic exposure attorney in Florida today. Contact the Law Office of Jeffrey D. DeCarlo, P.A., a law firm with a track record of success fighting for the rights of victims of negligence.

For over 20 years, Jeffrey DeCarlo has litigated toxic and chemical exposure cases in Miami-Dade County and throughout Florida. He knows how to present a case that is designed to get his clients the results they deserve. He works with each of his clients one-on-one, on a case-by-case basis. Contact the Law Office of Jeffrey D. DeCarlo, P.A., at (305) 572-0065 or contact us online for a free case evaluation. Every consultation we offer is private and personalized.

Gadolinium Deposition Disease

Gadolinium is a metal used to make gadolinium-based contrast agents (GBCAs), which are used for imaging purposes in patients who need to undergo magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). For a long time, GBCAs were believed to be completely safe. However, recent reports indicate that patients’ bodies may retain gadolinium, leading to gadolinium deposition disease (GDD).

Symptoms of GDD or gadolinium storage condition (GSC) may appear within hours to days of an MRI or other medical procedure in which GBCAs are injected into the body. These symptoms include:

  • Nephrogenic systemic fibrosis
  • Burning sensations inside the body
  • Cognitive problems
  • Brain fog
  • Speech difficulty
  • Thickening or hardening of the skin
  • Body pain
  • Tightness in joints
  • Shortness of breath
  • Headaches
  • Nausea
  • Facial Swelling

Jeffrey D. DeCarlo, P.A. is currently reviewing cases involving gadolinium deposition disease. If you or a loved one has experienced symptoms of GDD following an MRI, seek medical help immediately. A 24-hour urine test is likely the best way to confirm the diagnosis. Then, contact an experienced attorney who can fight for the compensation you need and deserve. Contact DeCarlo Law.

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