Kansas City Environmental Law Attorneys
Whether you are an individual who has suffered an injury because of working with poisonous materials on the job, or are part of a group affected by illegal dumping or contamination of air, water or soil, let us help you fight to recover just compensation for damages.
Free Consultation ▪ Contingency Fees ▪ AV Rated Attorneys*
As former defense attorneys, we know the issues that insurance companies and commercial entities will focus on. We use our experience to ensure the complex issues are addressed and the human story behind the contamination and injuries are clearly presented.
Contact us for a free consultation about your claim. We will take the time to explain the law and how to proceed with a lawsuit for money damages.
If you have suffered injury or irreparable financial damages because of environmental contamination by a corporation, you are entitled to seek damages. The attorneys at Goza & Honnold have been involved in litigation cases relating to toxic torts and environmental hazards for decades.
We represent victims of environmental contamination in cases such as:
- Air contamination
- Ground water contamination
- Illegal landfill dumping
- Cancer from contact with dangerous products
- Mesothelioma, asbestos poisoning
Exposure to Dangerous Chemicals
You don’t need to be part of a large group of victims to file for damages against a company. We helped a roofer recover significant compensation after he developed skin cancer from working with hazardous roofing materials. You won’t know if you have a case unless you talk to a qualified attorney.
Many people are routinely exposed to dangerous chemicals that can cause a number of medical problems. You should contact us for a free case evaluation if you believe that you have been exposed to chemicals such as:
If you believe your health has been affected by exposure to a dangerous product, contact one of our environmental law lawyers right away.
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