Hazardous Waste

Environmental injury lawsuits are usually in response to exposure to small amounts of hazardous waste over time. Hazardous waste is characterized by polluted rivers; leaking underground gasoline storage tanks; pesticide runoff; toxic mold; asbestos and mesothelioma; leaching gasses or industrial sludge; explosions; or the improper disposal of chemicals.


Most often, exposure to these types of waste isn’t identifiable until much later. Those affected see deteriorating health in themselves and their loved ones. Watching your children suffer from leukemia or other forms of cancer is one of the most devastating experiences in a person’s life, and caring for a severely sick spouse or parent is emotionally and physically taxing.

The financial demands are overwhelming for those suffering from hazardous waste exposure. Continuous long-term medical care, adjustments to accommodate the patient, transportation, childcare, and loss of wages can send victims and their families into financial turmoil.

The attorneys at Bowen Painter Trial Lawyers are highly experienced in hazardous waste cases in the coastal regions of South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. Their team of knowledgeable attorneys are well-versed in the regulation, treatment, and disposal of hazardous waste, and they’ve fought against insurance giants to recover hope, justice, and compensation for their clients. Lawyers of the corporations and their insurance companies will attempt to discredit your claims. Even when negotiating a settlement, they tend to cover only the minimum costs, but Bowen Painter Trial Lawyers respond vigilantly to the defensive challenges, fighting for the full amount you deserve.

If you, a loved one, or someone you know has been exposed to hazardous waste, contact attorneys Bowen Painter Trial Lawyers for a free consultation.