Pennsylvania homes built before 1978 may be poisoning your family. Lead Paint exposure can harm children and adults. Breathing lead dust while pregnant can expose your baby to health risks. With offices in Harrisburg, Lancaster, York, Hanover and Carlisle to serve you, our top priority is getting results for your lead paint exposure case.
As attorneys experienced in lead paint exposure claims in Harrisburg, Lancaster, York, Hanover and Carlisle, if you have been seriously injured, the lawyers at Handler, Henning & Rosenberg, LLP are here to help you with your lead paint exposure claim. Call today at 1-800-461-4140
Pennsylvania lead paint exposure attorneys
As lead paint exposure attorneys, we have a specialized team of legal professionals ready to handle your lead paint exposure case. The lawyers at Handler, Henning & Rosenberg, LLP are experienced lawyers in the areas of accident injury, medical malpractice, defective products, birth injuries, dog bites and lead paint exposure cases in the Pennsylvania area.
Pennsylvania lead paint exposure facts
Exposure to lead paint can be serious. Even low levels of lead paint in the body can cause severe harm in children. The following are some of the effects of lead paint in children.
Lead paint can cause nervous system and kidney damage.
Lead paint exposure contributes to learning disabilities, attention deficit disorder and decreased intelligence.
Speech, language and behavior problems have been linked to lead paint exposure.
Increased levels of lead paint also contributes to poor muscle coordination, decreased muscle and bone growth and even hearing damage.
While low-lead exposure is very common, children exposed to high levels of lead can experience devastating effects, including seizures, unconsciousness, and in some cases, death can result from high levels of lead paint in children.
Who is likely to be liable in a lead paint case?
- Landlords/Property Owners (Individuals and Corporations)
- Property Managers
- Lead Removal Contractors
- Court Appointed Rent Receivers
- Government Entities
What are the effects of exposure to lead paint?
- Learning Disabilities
- Loss of IQ Points and Intellect
- Neuropsychological Deficits
- Attention Deficit Disorder (A.D.D.)
- Neurological Problems
- Encephalopathy (Swelling of the Brain)
- Major Organ Failure
- Hyper Active Behavior
A good lawyer who has experience with establishing lead paint exposure cases knows the importance of inspecting the home, establishing liability, reviewing medical records and establishing your best case for lead paint exposure.
Once liability is established in a lead paint exposure case, the next step is to prove, explain, and quantify the seriousness of the personal injuries. The lawyers at Handler Henning & Rosenberg, LLP have extensive contacts in the medical community to assist our clients in documenting the seriousness of their lead paint exposure injury.
In many cases, it is necessary to use medical experts, and even life care planners to fully document the extent of a lead paint exposure victim’s injuries. Even if the lead paint exposure seems simple, you need an experienced law firm like Handler, Henning & Rosenberg, LLP defending your rights in your lead paint exposure injury case.
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When you contact a Pennsylvania Injury Attorney at our firm to handle your car accident injury case, you get an expert team of legal professionals. We have helped thousands of car accident injury victims recover settlements for their injuries, losses, and pain & suffering.
Our injury attorneys handle more than lead paint exposure, we can also help you with, car accident injuries, workers’ compensation, medical malpractice, product liability, cerebral palsy, asbestos exposure, dog bites, birth injuries, trucking accidents, traumatic brain injury, motorcycle accidents, side effects, and premises liability cases anywhere in Pennsylvania.
Handler Henning & Rosenberg, LLP will work hard for you in establishing the fault of your lead paint exposure case and proving the extent of the injuries, and ensure adequate proceeds to pay the settlement for your lead paint exposure injury case.