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Slip and Fall on Undried Asphalt, Cement and Tar Attorney

If our street were never fixed, we would be riding on rubble! But our cities do fix and allocate funds to repair our streets, sidewalks, walkways, roads and pedestrian areas, which means we have safe areas to travel in the city realm. Sometimes though, as the roadways and walkways are being repaired, there are hazards that are formed by wet and undried asphalt, cement and tar. People can be injured and slip and fall in an area with wet and undried asphalt, cement and tar, which can cause serious personal injuries.

If you have been injured as a result of being hurt by stepping, slipping or falling on wet and undried asphalt, cement and tar, you need to give our law office a call. You will want to talk to a

Lawyer from our legal team, who will work with you and talk to you about your case. As the sidewalk or roadway is being repaired, there need to be the proper hazardous signals and barriers set up, to keep you from falling, slipping and tripping on the wet and undried asphalt, cement and tar hazards. If you have recently been injured from slipping and falling on wet and undried asphalt, cement and tar, you need an attorney from our legal team to answer all of your questions.

Why Are Wet Undried Asphalt, Cement and Tar Areas So Hazardous?

There are many different compounds that are carcinogenic and hazardous for humans to inhale, smell, be around or fall into, including:

  • Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
  • Viscous liquid asphalt prime coats
  • Slurry seal
  • Seal coat
  • Fog coat
  • Tack coat
  • Surface treatments
  • Coal tar
  • Coal tar pitch
  • Slag
  • Penetration macadam
  • Liquid asphalt
  • Coal residue
  • Coal tar pitch volatiles
  • Polycyclic aromatic compounds
  • Crushed gravel silt
  • Surface coat aggregates
  • Liquid asphalt cement

What is so dangerous about these compounds, is that they are made of seriously caustic chemicals and compounds. These derivatives can get into your lungs, and cause serious damage there from smelling and inhaling the sealants, compounds, liquid asphalt and cement, and tar derivatives. The polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons or PAHs are dangerous environmental contaminants. These materials are made from bitumen, fillers, fibers, aliphatic amines and binding chemicals to make the road materials bind together to repair the roads. Bitumen is a by-product of heavy crude oil distillation residues, which are heavy in nitrogen, oxygen, sulfur, aromatic hydrocarbons, aliphatic compounds and benzo pyrenes.

The problem with PAHs, is that they create dangerous gasses whether the materials are hot, warm or cold. The fumes and vapors are able to get into a person’s lungs, and damage the lung tissues. Depending on the weather, how warm it is outside and how hot the materials when poured, it can be a recipe for hazardous disasters for anyone breathing in these fumes. The particulate matter in these materials used to perform road repairs can damage skin, create respirable crystalline silica, and can cause fatal lung disease from the dust and ventilation issues associated with road and sidewalk repairs.

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“Help, I Fell Into Wet Concrete and Hurt My Back, What Do I Do Now?”

If you have been walking down the street as a pedestrian, and slipped and fallen into wet concrete, you may have a serious injury. You may have injured your:

  • Back areas and hip
  • Spine and lower spinal areas
  • Arm with a broken arm
  • Leg with a twisted knee or broken leg
  • Twisted ankle
  • Broken bones
  • Broken back
  • Neck injury
  • Broken wrist or fingers
  • Broken toes

Once you fall into concrete or cement, you will also have some of it to get onto your skin. This will cause a major skin irritant, that will possibly cause a serious allergic reaction to your skin. You will have needed medical attention, to check you out to find out if you are injured from the fall. If you had your feet come out from under you when you fell, then you may have hurt your back, slipped a disk, or fallen hard on a hip or on your legs. You may have even broken a bone and sustained a hairline fracture that you did not even realize?

When you are checked out by the medical professionals, you may have serious injuries that may also require a surgery or physical therapy to get better. In the meantime, you may have medical bills that will start to mount based on the emergency medical services that you received. You do not need to suffer all of this trauma in silence. You can give our law office a call today. We will help you to find out the responsible parties to who needs to give you reimbursement for your medical issues and personal injuries.

Cement products are high risk products as well, and wet concrete can quickly react with a person’s skin if the individual falls into wet concrete, to cause irritants to the skin, affect the mucus layers of the eye and deprive the skin of its necessary natural moisture. The concrete can cause skin irritations, and serious allergic reactions as well, if a person slips and falls onto wet or undried concrete. The risk is dying from silicosis, which is a disease which is characterized by exposure to unventilated undried concrete, and there is no cure.

“Help, I Had Skin and Eye Contact, and Inhaled the Undried Asphalt, Cement and Tar, What Now?”

Any time that roads, sidewalks and walkways are being worked on, they need to have seriously placed barriers to stop pedestrian traffic from coming into that area and being hurt. If you have fallen by slipping and falling into undried asphalt, cement and tar, you need to give us a call. Breathing in these composite materials is very dangerous, as these compounds contain alkaline and it is dangerous to your skin and lungs.

Even Wet and Dry Cement, Asphalt and Tar Can Cause Serious Lung and Skin Damage to Humans

Wet and dry cement, asphalt and tar can damage skin, lungs and other areas of the body – it is certainly something that you need to be careful about if this has in fact happened to you. Some of these issues can be permanent, such as lung damage to your internal organ of the lung. The particulate matter that is found in these roadway repair compounds are hazardous to humans. All that you need to do now to start a lawsuit to get back the compensation that you deserve, is to give us a call today. We will start you on the right road to success.

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We want you to know that we are understanding in this type of case. But you also need to understand that you don’t have a lot of room for error in this type of claim. You really don’t want to leave this to chance. It is so easy for you to call us for a free second opinion, just call today, and we will discuss every aspect of the case with you right now.

Can I Sue for Being Injured on Wet Asphalt, Cement and Tar?

Yes, we can sue, and we will do very well to manage this claim to a successful conclusion for your personal injuries slipping and falling on undried asphalt, cement and tar. You need to contact our Los Angeles case lawyers can file a lawsuit, and get you the compensation that you expect from this type of claim right away. You need to be aligned with the best, and that means a call to our case attorneys in Los Angeles, who can sue the wrongdoers on your behalf in this case.

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Some people try to go it alone, but it is not the best idea in this case. We are here to tell you that you need not suffer in silence. We can help you, but you must give us a call. We are able to talk to you no fees attached, to go over your claim in detail.

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