Silica Lawsuits in South Carolina
Charleston Toxic Tort Defense Attorneys
Silicon dioxide or “silica” is a chemical compound that has been linked with potential adverse health effects. Many professionals face possible silica exposure, including masons, sandblasters, quarry workers, oil workers, and railroad workers. Our firm represents clients in cases of toxic tort defense. We have over 20 years of experience in this field.
What We Do at Pierce | Sloan
Our firm is able to protect your rights and advance your case:
- As national counsel, we hold high our clients’ commitments to effective and comprehensive defense of claims while controlling and reducing litigation expenses.
- As regional counsel, we defend corporate clients throughout the southeast, including Tennessee, North Carolina, Virginia, and Florida. We handle the day-to-day activities of the litigation, including responsive pleadings, discovery, depositions, witness preparation, and trial work. We have tried numerous asbestos cases, including single plaintiff cases and a mass consolidated trial in Virginia with over 3000 plaintiffs.
- As local counsel in South Carolina, we defend manufacturers and distributors of asbestos and silica products. We handle the day-to-day activities of the litigation, including responsive pleadings, discovery, depositions, witness preparation, and trial work.
As a firm, we have defended thousands of claims and trying numerous asbestos cases throughout the United States. We have also been selected as national coordinating counsel for asbestos and silica litigation for several clients.
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Through witness interrogation, cultivation, management, our national document repository, and innovative thinking, our team at Pierce | Sloan has been able to effectively represented many clients facing claims involving silicosis or other conditions related to toxic exposure, including silica exposure.
Contact our Charleston asbestos litigation attorney and toxic tort defense lawyer to discuss your legal concerns. Call (843) 968-0886 to ask any questions you may have.