Representing Class Action Clients Across the Country
The lawyers at Edgar Law Firm LLC, have extensive experience with environmental contamination class action lawsuits.
Based in Kansas City, Missouri, the firm brings lawsuits on behalf of clients nationwide.
The firm's attorneys help clients with Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA or Superfund), and toxic exposure claims.
With a combined 100 years of legal experience in environmental contamination cases, the firm's lawyers have extensive knowledge of environmental regulations and liability arising from those regulations. They know the state and local and national agencies that deal with environmental contamination, and they know how those agencies work within the system. More importantly, they know how to get results in court.
Record of Recoveries
The firm's attorneys have recovered millions for clients as a result of environmental contamination. Clients of the firm have included people whose property has been polluted as well as individuals who have been exposed to pollutants and toxic chemicals.
The firm handles cases involving:
- Groundwater contamination
- Contaminated sediments (Containing PCBs, heavy metals, mercury or dioxins)
- Contaminated soil (Containing volatile organic compounds, metals, asbestos or other substances).
- Toxic exposure (Asbestos, benzene, mold, mercury, lead or other hazardous substances)
Attorneys at the firm assemble and work with experts to determine the extent of the problem and to propose solutions. Toxicologists and remediation experts are called on to assess the contamination and the best means to remove it.
For clients whose properties have been damaged, the attorneys' priority is to help clients receive reimbursements for the loss in value and other harms incurred.
For clients who have suffered a personal injury tied to exposure to noxious substances, their priority is recovering compensation for medical expenses, lost wages and suffering.
In all situations, they work to get the case to trial as quickly as possible and to maximize recovery.
Contact the firm to schedule a free initial consultation about your case.