Birth defects such as TDS may result from a father's exposure to phthalates.
Parents of children with birth defects such as testicular dysgenesis syndrome may get a free phthalates lawsuit review via the form below.
Recent scientific studies have found a causal relationship between exposure to phthalates—which is used to make plastics and rubber—and testicular dygenesis in infants and, later, testicular cancer when they become adults. Our firm is currently reviewing this as a possible future litigation and would welcome the opportunity to learn about your experience.
Phthalates health risks
Male reproductive abnormalities have risen in number over the last few decades. Research indicates that this growing number of cases of abnormalities is linked to reproductive toxins such as phthalates found in the environment.
There are certain industries that have released phthalates into the environment. They include industrial sectors such as PVC manufacturing and rubber processing.
Exposure in those jobs may result in development of testicular dysgenesis syndrome (TDS) and include: poor spermatogenesis (sperm production), hypospadias, cryptorchidism and testicular cancer.
If you believe your health or the health of your child has been affected by phthalates, please complete the form below for a free review of your possible case.
A lawyer from the Environmental and Toxic Torts unit of our firm will review your claim as soon as possible.
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