Toxic tort claims can present complex, interrelated scientific and legal issues for businesses large and small. As a result, it is important to be able to turn to experienced, practical legal counsel when your business is faced with issues involving alleged overexposure to toxic chemicals, substances or drugs.
The St. Louis toxic tort defense attorneys at Herzog Crebs LLP have been defending individual and mass toxic tort personal injury and death claims for more than two decades in state and federal courts, including Madison, St. Clair, and Cook counties in Illinois and the circuit courts of the city of St. Louis, and Jackson County, Missouri. We have successfully defended numerous toxic tort cases and are ready to advise and counsel insurers, manufacturers, distributors and retailers at every point in the process.
Madison County Toxic Tort Litigation Attorneys
The toxic tort defense attorneys at Herzog Crebs LLP apply their many years of experience in this area to handle matters in an efficient and thorough manner. Our defense of corporate clients in toxic tort litigation cases has included the following matters:
- Asbestos (products and premises liability)
- Benzene exposure
- Mold litigation (property and personal injury)
- Pharmaceutical/drug litigation
- Welding rod/manganese litigation
Successful resolution of toxic tort issues often begins long before a lawsuit is even filed. We can provide strategies for minimizing potential liability as well as negotiate and coordinate insurance coverage issues. Herzog Crebs LLP has also helped achieve significant cost savings for its clients through joint representation of multiple defendants, often acting as liaison counsel.
If you have questions regarding defense litigation or any of our practice areas, we invite you to schedule a consultation with a lawyer at Herzog Crebs LLP. Contact our firm to discuss your legal matter in greater detail.
Our attorneys practicing in Toxic Tort:
M. Ann Hatch, Don W. Ward, Michael A. Vitale, Gary L. Smith, James D. Maschhoff, Tracy Beckham Phipps, Jackie F. Redmond, Caleb D. Hawkins, Joseph A. Hargraves Jr., Carl P. McNulty II, Scott R. Hunsaker, Michael F. Lecinski.