Baltimore Environmental Torts Attorneys
Holding Negligent Parties Responsible for Multiple Injuries
Tens of thousands of environmental incidents are reported throughout the country each year. When negligence results in injury, the victims may suffer health and financial hardships. A variety of substances can cause harm to people and property and victims may be entitled to compensation from the responsible party. The Baltimore environmental tort attorneys at Brown & Barron, LLC represents clients throughout Maryland.
Sources of Environmental Contamination
The environment can be damaged by leaks that go undetected or a major event, which results in toxins being released into the air or water in large quantities. In some cases, a leak is ignored initially, which allows the problem to grow even larger. Unfortunately, environmental damage can cause serious problems, including property damage, severe illness, and devaluation of affected properties.
Common environmental torts may involve:
- Groundwater contamination
- Surface water contamination
- Air contamination from industrial vapors or poisonous fumes
- Lead paint exposure
- Exposure to toxins
- Harmful pesticides
- Other environmental issues
We Understand the Complexities of this Area of the Law
Environmental torts are a complex area of law that requires a skilled Baltimore environmental attorney with specific knowledge and experience in environmental law. At Brown & Barron, LLC, we have extensive knowledge of groundwater contamination, environmental litigation, and toxic exposure, as well as a firm commitment to seeking justice for our clients.
We understand the applicable tort laws, as well as federal and state regulations and statutes that govern the protection of natural resources and the environment. Our legal team will conduct the necessary research and bring in experts to create a compelling case for you and others in your community who have been affected by environmental damage. It is important to contact our office as soon as possible so we can begin to gather evidence and interview witnesses.
Environmental releases and toxic exposure can have deadly consequences. Call (410) 698-1717 to arrange a free consultation with our Baltimore environmental tort attorneys.