Toxic Chemicals, Mold, Asbestos, Radiation

The Law Offices of Bonner & Bonner have helped numerous communities stand up to large corporations who have contaminated land, air and water. These Goliath multinational corporations think that there is no one to hold them accountable and they are wrong.

In August 2012 a pipe ruptured at the Chevron refinery in Richmond, causing a fire that sent toxic black smoke into the air and into the community. Tens of thousands of people were negatively affected by this harmful fire and turned to Bonner & Bonner for legal representation. The Law Offices of Bonner & Bonner currently represents thousands of residents in the suit against Chevron.

Improve your chances for legal success with representation from our civil rights and environmental team. Bonner & Bonner specializes in environmental rights cases and represents people worldwide. Let us satisfy your needs in the area of environmental and toxic tort litigation.

Protect Your Family

We know you want to raise your family in a healthy and safe environment. Facets of the government and large corporations do not always put your family first. If your community has been exposed to toxins we can get compensation for your whole family including your children.

Toxic Chemicals in the Workplace Can Kill You

If you have been exposed at work to toxic materials or hazardous materials and you were not provided adequate protection to keep you safe we will work tirelessly to win you the compensation you deserve. Your employer may have been negligent in exposing you to harmful chemicals and/or radiation and they need to be held accountable.

Clean Water is An American Right

You would think, in the United States of America, that every community would have access to clean and safe drinking water. We have represented citizens, and you have probably seen situations in the media, where that is sadly not the case. Clean water is crucial for our communities and if you have been harmed by contaminated water we are here to help you.

Environmental Racism is Real

Benjamin Chavis, African American civil rights leader, stated that “environmental racism is racial discrimination in environmental policy-making and enforcement of regulations and laws, the deliberate targeting of communities of color for toxic waste facilities, the official sanctioning of the presence of life threatening poisons and pollutants for communities of color, and the history of excluding people of color from leadership of the environmental movement”. We combat environmental racism in all of its forms and seek environmental justice.