Injuries from Chemicals, Toxins and Poisons

Workplace Exposures

The most common setting where chemical injuries occur is in the workplace. Occupational exposure, whether long term or due to a single or one-time event, can lead to very serious or even deadly injuries or diseases. A single or one-time exposure to c… Read More

Household Exposures

Many household chemicals can cause severe injuries. Drain cleaners, pool supplies, and oven cleaners are just a few examples. For children, the risk of injury from household chemicals is a particular concern. Small children can ingest or drink poison… Read More

Food Poisoning

Food borne illness is an all too common problem. Some of the most common forms of food poisoning include: salmonella, E-coli and listeria. The elderly, young children, and people with compromised immune systems are at greatest risk of developing a se… Read More