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How does chemical exposure cause birth defects?

TOXINS CAN HURT UNBORN CHILDREN. Workplace chemicals such as solvents, acids and pesticides can cause men and women to have children with birth defects. These birth defects can include:

  • Congenital Heart Defects
  • Mental Delays
  • Missing or Deformed Limbs
  • Brain Damage
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Spina Bifida
  • Autism
  • Muscular Dystrophy
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Who is to blame for birth defects caused by chemicals?

Some companies KNEW THE DANGERS OF EXPOSURE, but still put workers and their unborn children at risk. These companies include big agriculture companies, semiconductor and microelectronics manufacturers, energy companies, commercial nurseries and more.

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There are over 2 million job sites in the US that use toxic chemicals.

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How can I get legal help for my birth defects?

WE’RE HERE TO HELP. AND TO PREVENT OTHER WORKERS FROM GETTING HURT. Our team of birth defect lawyers has over 40 years of experience fighting for birth defect victims and their families. We take on corporate giants to get justice for workers harmed by their employers’ failure to protect them.

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