Environmental Litigation Attorneys

Too many people throughout the United States are still needlessly being exposed to toxic chemicals like TCE, PCE, MTBE, PCB, VC, lead and arsenic because corporations are recklessly dumping them into our soil and water. This contamination can lead to cancers, birth defects, respiratory ailments, weakened immune systems and other serious illnesses. In addition to personal injuries, environmental contamination in soil, groundwater and air, or vapor intrusion will often times destroy the property values of people's homes.

At The Collins Law Firm, our lawyers have built a nationwide reputation for fighting for the victims of environmental contamination. Based in Naperville, Illinois, our team of experienced trial lawyers takes the fight to corporations, and works to help families by making their neighborhoods safe to live in again and getting them the compensation they deserve. Contact us for the legal support and assertive advocacy you need.

We Have Recovered Millions For Our Clients Through Class Action Lawsuits

One of the reasons why our attorneys have recovered more than $63 million in settlements and judgments is because of our deep understanding of the scientific issues at play when it comes to:

As a victim of environmental contamination, you have enough to worry about; you should not have to take up the fight for compensation alone. Our attorneys will take the time to address all of your questions and concerns, and always keep you up-to-date about the latest developments in your case. We have been through countless class action lawsuits regarding these toxic torts, and we know the strategies that corporations will use to try to slow your case down.

Contact The Collins Law Firm today at 630-687-9838 or 866-480-8223 (dial extension 221 for Shawn Collins or 226 for Edward Manzke) if you believe that your family is the victim of environmental contamination. Recovering compensation for the victims of negligence is what we do, and we are ready to fight on your behalf.

More Information on Environmental Issues

For more information on environmental contamination issues throughout the United States, please visit our Environmental Blog.

For more information on groundwater contamination, please visit our @GroundwaterLaw Twitter.

For more information on toxic chemicals in your neighborhood--including how you may have been exposed, the health effects, reducing your risk of exposure, and what to do after you have been exposed--please click on one of the chemicals listed in our Toxic Chemical Information box on this page.