Georgia Personal Injury Attorney
Lead poisoning is a condition that mostly affects children. Children get lead poisoning by ingesting paint chips from peeling, chipping or flaking lead paint, breathing in dust from lead paint or getting lead dust on their hands and then placing hands into their mouths. In some cases, lead poisoning can also occur from the paint on children's toys.
If your child has been injured from ingesting lead paint, call The Berry Law Group right now. You will speak with a Personal Injury Lawyer who knows the ins and outs of lead poisoning law and will do their best to get you the financial compensation you need for your child's injures. Call us at (678) 677-2263 today.
Child Lead Poisoning Lawyer
In many old apartments and houses, lead paint may have been used and if the landlords were negligent in informing you of the lead paint risks or in completely removing all traces of lead paint from the premises, they could be held liable for your child's injuries. Lead poisoning can affect your child in many ways. Some of the most common injuries include:
- Learning disabilities
- Reduced IQ
- Brain damage
- Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
- Anti-social behavior
- Major organ failure
- Behavioral problems
Lead paint poisoning is a very serious condition which is even more serious in children. Children's bodies absorb lead much easier than adults. Sadly, the effects can be long term and very serious.
Lead Poisoning Attorney
If you live in a building that was built before 1978, you may be exposed to lead paint. Peeling paint is often an indication that lead paint was used. If you suspect your child has been injured from lead poisoning call The Berry Law Group today for a free consultation. We will work tirelessly to get you the compensation you deserve and to make sure your child gets the justice they deserve.