Lead Paint Injury Lawyer

Poisoning Common Injuries ArticleNadrich & Cohen investigates lead paint poisoning and childhood lead poisoning claims throughout the country. If you your child has brain damage due to lead paint poisoning, please contact us. We can help. We have lead paint lawyers who work with us handling lead paint cases throughout the country.

Childhood lead poisoning, unfortunately, affects all the bodies systems and can occur due to lead paint poisoning to young children and fetuses. Lead is extremely harmful to a child or infants development. High levels of lead cause convulsions, brain swelling, and other serious consequences. Low levels have been shown to create low IQ, intellect, learning disabilities, etc.

Lead in paint is the most common source of lead exposure in children.

Unfortunately, children ingest lead-based paint chips or swallow or breathe the lead-based dust. Even though lead-based paint has been outlawed since 1978, layers of lead-based paint remain in older apartments constructed before 1978. If these homes or apartments are poorly maintained, there is a risk of the lead paint chipping or flaking or dust coming into contact with small children and causing lead paint poisoning.

Lead Paint Injury LawyerIf your child has been tested for lead paint poisoning or contamination and has developed any of the above symptoms, please contact us toll free at 1-800-718-4658. We are investigating these cases for a lawsuit against the property owner for the failure to follow local housing, construction, or lead abatement laws. All of our cases involve children who are exposed to lead paint and who have suffered either mild or moderate brain damage.

If your child has been diagnosed with lead-based brain damage, please contact one of our attorneys at 1-800-718-4658 toll free. Do not hesitate to telephone us. Do not delay. You can also email us by completing the email confidential, free inquiry on the right. If you email us, we will respond to you within 24 hours. We have 24 offices throughout California – from San Diego to Santa Rosa and are investigating lead based paint injuries nationwide.