Florida Attorneys Handling Toxic Tort Matters

Not all insurance claims involve collisions, fires, or hurricanes. More insidious problems like mold poisoning occur very slowly, until they destroy your health.

We call claims filed for compensation for environmental injuries toxic torts. Toxic torts can be for almost any kind of chemical or noxious exposure:

  • Defective drugs
  • Hazardous waste
  • Oil spills and gas leaks
  • Chemical exposure
  • Pesticide and other farm chemicals
  • Harmful consumer products
  • Industrial and building materials such as asbestos

In our area of Florida, a major type of toxic tort is caused by mold. Mold can be the base cause for a variety of health conditions, including intense allergies, reactive airways dysfunction syndrome (RADS), and other problems.

Important note: Toxic tort cases involving mold are very different from first-person property damage claims involving mold. It's important to discuss mold matters with an attorney to understand the difference between the two types of claims as well as your rights.

What You Can Be Compensated For

Individuals, businesses, and affected groups file suits for the medical expenses incurred by exposure, including:

  • Rehabilitation
  • Lost income
  • Pain and suffering resulting from the injury

The Difference Wells Law Group, P.A., Can Make

Our firm is known throughout the Tampa Bay area of Florida for aggressive lawyers who know the tricks in the insurance companies' playbooks.

We're not the biggest law firm out there, not by a long shot. But our firm has something better: attorney Kim Wells. He has experience on the other side in personal injury cases, representing insurance companies. He knows the smokescreens insurance companies throw up with denials and delays. They will try to convince you that you caused the problem yourself, that they provided adequate warnings that you ignored, and use other ruses to keep from paying.

Contact Us For Assistance

We are wise to these shameful shenanigans, and we will put our foot down on your behalf. If that is the kind of attorney you want, call us at 813-413-7377 for a free initial consultation. If you would prefer, email us with a brief description of the mechanism and extent of your injury.

Remember: You pay us nothing until we obtain a recovery for you.