Environmental Torts in Maryland
Devoted Toxic Tort ATTORNEYS IN BALTIMORE
Environmental torts are complex cases. They can involve air, groundwater, or surface water contamination, exposure to lead paint or other toxins, and various other environmental issues. This type of contamination or exposure causes damage to property and people. Damages can stem from either a major release or an undetected leak — allowing the problem to get much worse before it is properly handled or detected.
This area of law is a particular passion for the team at Murphy, Falcon & Murphy. Our Baltimore toxic tort attorneys have spearheaded several cases involving such matters, securing impressive case results and justice on behalf of our clients. Our team includes experts in the areas of toxic exposure, groundwater contamination, and general environmental litigation.
We are here to help your community seek justice when corporations have committed environmental damages that have led to physical injuries, property destruction, and the increase of diseases. Let our team help you.
Call our firm at 410.983.6266 to set up your free case evaluation.
Fighting for Those Without a Voice
"They fought to get us clean drinking water—and did." - Gayle Queen, former client
Murphy, Falcon & Murphy has brought forward some of the most celebrated environmental tort cases in recent Maryland history, including the landmark Constellation Power Generation case, in which hundreds of families were compensated for their personal injuries, diminished property values, and were provided public water to eliminate their dependency on contaminated drinking water wells.
Some of our successful case results include:
- Homeowners whose water supply was contaminated by nitrates
- Homeowners whose water source was contaminated by coal ash
Our Baltimore toxic tort lawyers have the expertise and resources to assist with your case. We encourage you to contact the firm if you, your family, or your community have suffered harm as the result of negligent environmental pollution.
Would you like to learn more about state regulations, recent legal policies, and news regarding environmental issues? Check out the resources below: