McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP is currently handling a product liability injury case on behalf of a hospital RN who sustained permanent, life-altering respiratory injuries when she was exposed to OxyCide while doing her job at the hospital where she worked.
What is OxyCide?
OxyCide is a chemical disinfectant agent that is marketed as safe for use in well vented and open areas. Certain hospitals and companies use OxyCide to clean their facilities. This is reported to have resulted in injuries and illnesses to many workers.
Symptoms of OxyCide Exposure
If you or co-workers have been exposed to OxyCide cleaning products at your workplace and have experienced shortness of breath, watery eyes, cough, nasal problems, asthma-like symptoms, or vomiting or nausea, it may have been caused by improper exposure to OxyCide.
To find out more, call (909) 345-8110 to speak to our product liability lawyers at McCune Wright Arevalo, LLP. We've recovered millions for clients who have been injured by defective products and are ready to help you today!