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Toxic Exposure Law and Toxic Dose Law

Toxic exposure or poisoning can occur in many forms. From toxic environments to dangerous drugs, contaminated food, and other unsafe products sold to the public. If you feel you or a loved one have been poisoned, it is important to seek medical help to determine how to best detoxify your system. It is then a good idea to contact the authorities and/or explore a potential toxic exposure law suit to make sure that the toxin is remedied and no one else suffers a similar toxic exposure. If you have any questions about this website or a serious toxic exposure, feel free to contact Jason Coomer at exposurelaw@toxicexposurelaw.com.

It is well established that over the last several decades undisclosed toxins including asbestos, silica, chemical pollutants, lead, radon, EMFs, welding rods, toxic mold infestations and other environmental toxins have caused death and serious harm to millions. In the work environment alone undisclosed and known toxins including asbestos, silica, and welding rods have caused occupational diseases including mesothelioma, numerous forms of cancer, and Parkinson's disease.

     This website provides basic information on some well established toxins and some potential toxins that might be best to avoid. Overall, if you or a loved one has been experiencing symptoms consistent with a toxic exposure or poisoning, it is probably best to use the precautionary principle by minimizing exposure to potential toxins until they can be proven nontoxic.  The first rule of toxicology is to safely remove the toxic substances from those suffering a toxic exposure or poisoning.  With some drugs or toxins, it is best to seek medical advice prior to ceasing the dose you are taking or exposure.  Also make sure you are careful when detoxing from an exposure, because stored toxins in a body if dumped too quickly can cause severe health problems or even death.


The ToxicDoseLaw.com and ToxicExposureLaw.com websites provide information on dangerous medications, bad drugs, dangerous products, toxic substances, and defective products that can cause serious toxic exposures, toxic deaths, serious diseases including mesothelioma & cancer, or toxic exposures.

It is well established that many large corporations have profited from selling toxic products or products that cause toxic exposure without regard to the health consequences of the products.  Some of the most well known toxic products are asbestos products and bad drugs.  The asbestos products have been found to cause mesothelioma and several forms of cancer and other asbestos diseases, while dangerous drugs have been linked to death, serious heart problems, drug interactions, and suicide.  Other dangerous products that have been linked to serious disease include silica, chemical pollutants, lead, radon, EMFs, welding rodstoxic mold infestations and other environmental toxins have caused death and serious harm to millions.  In the work environment alone undisclosed and known toxins including asbestos, silica, and welding rods have caused occupational diseases and fatalities including mesothelioma, numerous forms of cancer, and Parkinson's disease.

This web site was created by Texas Toxic Tort Lawyer Jason Coomer and is intended only as general information on some of the most dangerous products and toxic products that have been sold by drug manufacturers, medical device manufacturers, and asbestos manufacturers, or are in use by large companies attempting to profit and make money from the sale of dangerous products that can cause serious toxic exposures.  For more information on a dangerous product or toxic exposure follow the links found above, e-mail  an inquiry to info@toxicexposurelaw.com, or submit an inquiry.

This website provides basic information on some well established toxins and some potential toxins that are best to avoid.  Overall, ToxicDoseLaw.com and ToxicExposureLaw.com recommend using the precautionary principle by minimizing exposure to potential toxins until they can be proven nontoxic.

For more information on the ToxicDoseLaw.com or ToxicExposureLaw.com information center, follow the links on this website, submit an inquiry, email us at info@toxicexposurelaw.com or call us at (512) 474-5577.

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