Texas Toxic Tort Litigation Lawyers

Consult Hicks Thomas LLP’s Seasoned Litigators

Although industrial oil, gas, and energy sector workers are often exposed to toxic chemicals, the area of toxic tort claims is not simply limited to these types of claims. Toxic torts can also include claims against pharmaceutical companies and consumer product manufacturers. At Hicks Thomas LLP, we have years of experience representing clients in a range of environmental issues, including environmental toxic torts arising from contaminated air, water, and soil.

Our legal team can handle the following:

  • Individual lawsuits and class actions
  • Consumer product exposure
  • Pharmaceutical drug litigation
  • Product failure, malfunction, or defect causing toxic exposure
  • Toxic personal injury claims arising from contamination issues in oil fields
  • Private party environmental litigation
  • Corporate crisis and public relations management

We have had experience representing chemical, refining, mining, manufacturing, oil and gas, and other industrial clients regarding allegations of land, air, and water contamination. From waste management to accusations of releasing toxic materials in the workplace, toxic minerals in public water supplies, or waste in national forests, our experienced team has handled it all.

Our Legal Team Fights to Win for You

We can work with forensics analysts, investigators, economists, and other experts who can play a pivotal role in obtaining crucial evidence that is needed to represent or defend you in a toxic tort action. We make select choices in consulting the industry's best specialists as we conduct meticulous legal analyses of evidence in your case. Once we obtain evidence to prove or disprove causation, we can develop, strategize, and execute a plan of action that serves your short-term objectives and long-term business goals. For domestic or international representation in any type of toxic tort dispute, trust a reliable law firm with a proven track record. Contact Hicks Thomas LLP immediately.