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Regretfully, you need an in person consultation. Good luck but there is very little that can be done for you with the facts.
I would suggest that you contact a personal injury attorney in your area (Chino Hills) and sit down with that attorney and decide whether you have a case or not. There undoubtedly is a statute of limitations (period you must file a lawsuit during) and you have not indicated how long ago this occured. Good luck with your case.
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A few questions are needed, i.e. when did it happen, what chemicals were involved, who was in charge of the cleaning site, is this a worker's comp injury, has teh case settled, what remedies are after? Is there a thrid party involved? Thank you for considering these questions. best of luck.
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I'm sorry to hear about your brother. Find a lawyer with a low contingency fee, so you are left with the lion's share of the settlement, not your lawyer.
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I am terribly sorry for your loss. I would recommend that you contact a local personal injury attorney immediately to discuss a strategy to receive the compensation you deserve.
Go see a personal lawyer promptly.
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This is definitely one of those cases where a phone consultation would help out. Its a long story, which needs a detailed response.
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