Famous Class Action Lawsuits: PG&E -Erinc Brocovich
Wagner, McLaughlin & Whittemore Law Firm – Put Their Toxic Chemical Case Experience to Work for YOU
Certainly by now, there is most likely not a person in the world who isn’t at least somewhat aware of the real life story of Erinc Brocovich and her epic, relentless battle with California electric utility company giant, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (also commonly referred to as PG&E). This incident came to light in 1993, but the struggle, unfortunately, still apparently continues to this day–not only in California, but also in our home state of Florida.
Florida is host to a number of businesses and industries that are widely known for their tendency to produce potentially excessive amounts of toxic waste through their production of materials or resources such as paper, fertilizer and energy. These environmental poisons are well-known causes of a number of diseases and conditions including:
- Cancer (many forms)
- Reproductive Problems
- Child Development Problems
Because of the many dangers these toxic chemicals pose to both us and our environment, it is imperative that we remain pro-active and vigilant in order to ensure that we do not go down the same road and experience the same suffering as the misfortunate residents of Hinkley, California.
Don’t let these companies get away with ‘playing loose’ with or flat out ignoring Federal and state regulations specifically put into place in order to protect you! If you should ever find yourself in need of the services of a Florida class action lawsuit lawyer , especially one with extensive toxic tort experience, the firm to contact is the highly-rated law firm of Wagner, McLaughlin & Whittemore in Tampa.
One shining example of the quality team of lawyers at Wagner, McLaughlin & Whittemore is the firm’s current President, Alan Wagner. Regarded as the finest class action lawyer Tampa has to offer, Mr. Wagner has over 30 years of trial experience and has achieved the prestigious ‘AV’ rating from his legal peers according to Martindale-Hubbell. In addition to his toxic tort experience, Mr. Wagner also practices in the fields of medical malpractice, bad-faith litigation, product liability and more.