Environmental, Toxic Tort & Climate Change Litigation

Environmental

Zagrans Law Firm LLC speaks the language and understands the business of the environmental challenges, including regulatory enforcement and permitting; underground tanks; soil and groundwater contamination and labeling compliance; environmental audits; Toxic Substance Control Act compliance; and Clean Air Act policy level and compliance. Zagrans believes protecting and repairing our environment from damage caused by irresponsible and illegal use is some of the most rewarding work a law firm can do.

Zagrans’ success in environmental litigation stems from a deep understanding of the medical and environmental science that measures potential hazards. That expertise translates into the courtroom as our attorneys explain those hazards to a judge or jury in layman’s terms. We also have deep relationships with first-rate environmental experts that result in resonating arguments and court victories.

Toxic Torts

Our lawyers have served both as national counsel – advising clients on and implementing overall strategies, and as regional and local counsel – handling the day-to-day work of trying cases for clients all over the country. Our firm handles every size of case, from individual actions regarding single exposures, to mass individual filings, to nationwide class actions .

We work with medical and scientific experts who provide cutting-edge consultation crucial to toxic tort litigation. We have called on these experts to assist us in cases involving dozens of substances, including:

  • Asbestos and products containing asbestos
  • “BTEX”
  • Benzene
  • Beryllium
  • Fiberglass
  • PCE
  • Petroleum hydrocarbons
  • Solvents
  • Styrene
  • TCE
  • TMA (trimethylamine)
  • Toluene
  • Vinyl chloride
  • Xylene

Our cases concerning these and other toxic materials have helped us develop important technical experience and contacts in the medical and scientific communities. This is invaluable in understanding how to communicate complex matters concerning the cardiovascular and central nervous systems and related dysfunctions.