Steve’s practice is limited to representing people injured throughout Maryland and all fifty states. This includes individuals harmed by exposure to Welding Rod fumes. Exposure to Welding Rod fumes has been linked to neurological disorders including Parkinson’s disease, Parkinsonism, and Manganese Poisoning.
What Illnesses Result from Welding?
Welding Rods, electrodes and wire contain different substances including manganese, copper, lead, nitrogen-dioxide, ozone, and carbon monoxide that release toxic fumes during welding.
Inhalation of toxic Welding Rod fumes by welders and workers in other occupations, such as electrical workers, factory workers, glass manufacturers, iron workers, metal workers, miners, pipe fitters, plumbers, railroad workers, shipbuilders and steelworkers can have serious and sometimes deadly effects on your health. Internal Welding Rod manufacturer documents indicate that manufacturers had knowledge of the dangers of Welding Rod fumes as early as the 1930s. While Welding Rod manufacturers have gone to great lengths to conceal this from workers, if you have been affected, it’s crucial to seek legal help. Consult with an experienced Baltimore workplace accident attorney to understand your rights and explore avenues for compensation.
Symptoms associated with Parkinson’s Disease, Parkinsonism, and Manganese Poisoning from Welding Rod exposure include hand, arm, or upper body tremors; shuffled walk or difficulties with balance while walking; muscle stiffness and soreness; fatigue and weakness; abnormal speech; sexual dysfunction; and loss of memory and disorientation. Individuals experiencing sexual dysfunction, particularly as a result of abuse, may find the assistance of a Maryland clergy sexual abuse lawyer beneficial in addressing their legal needs.
Legal Help in Your Recovery
If you or a loved one has been exposed to Welding Rod fumes and has developed any of the above-mentioned symptoms or been diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease, Parkinsonism or Manganese Poisoning, contact us immediately!
Attorney Steve Heisler
Steve Heisler decided in 1996 that he was going to focus his law practice exclusively on injury cases. Since then, he has been representing injured people against insurance companies, disreputable medical practitioners and Big Pharma, and doing it with compassion, honesty and level-headed rationality. [ Attorney Bio ]